The Indian Open European Tour Stop Features The Most Ridiculous Bunker You’ll Ever See
The Indian Open, part of the European and Asian Tours, at the DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurgaon, India takes place this weekend and it features the one of the most insane bunkers ever created.
The 18-hole championship course at DLF was designed by Gary Player, while the original 9-hole course was designed by Arnold Palmer. And by the looks of some of the holes, Player and Palmer must have thrown back a few Spiked Arnold Palmers when they came up with the designs for the courses.
Before I even get to the truly insane bunker that players will have to deal with, check out some of the other obstacles that will be in their way beginning with the fact that there is actually a pin in the photo above… if you can spot it.
How’s this for an intimidating approach shot?
Yeah, mishits at the DLF Golf and Country Club will definitely make you pay.
See what I mean?
What kind of score do you think you’d get on this hole?
How about this one?
What about this one? (How do you even get up there?)
Crazy, right? You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Here’s the bunker I was talking about…
What… the hell… is that?!
I told you it was ridiculous. And as if that isn’t bad enough, golfers also might just have to deal with… monkeys!
That photo was taken today, by the way.
Good luck this weekend, guys.
H/T Golf Channel