Looking for a New Year's resolution with a difference. How about tackling one of the world's craziest golf courses and have a 2016 you'll never forget? 

Looking for a New Year's resolution with a difference. How about tackling one of the world's craziest golf courses and have a 2016 you'll never forget?

Nullarbor Links, Australia- World's Longest Golf Course


Find yourself moaning about slow play when your round takes more than four hours. Play Nullarbor Links in Australia and you may need to think again!! Spanning over 1,365 kilometres, with one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway, your unlikely to complete you round in less than four weeks! Played on outback-style natural terrain fairways, the course stretches from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia to Ceduna in the country's south. Golf buggy? You might want to consider chartering a small plane.

Legend Golf & Safari Resort, South Africa


Legend Golf & Safari Resort may be a little on the crazy side, but it also happens to be a must-visit destination for all true golf enthusiasts. The course features 18 holes all designed by different golfing legends, including Trevor Immelman, Padraig Harrington, Bernard Langer, Colin Montgomerie and Justin Rose just to name a few. Once you've negotiated the course, (and it's wildlife), why not head on over to the 19th. All you need is a helicopter, a tee and the correct club for the 430 yard shot (be sure to bear in mind the fourteen hundred feet elevation when making your club selection). If you manage to score a hole in one, you’ll head home with a million dollars—which means you can buy your own helicopter.

 The Elfego Baco Shootout


Every golfer fears a double digit hole wrecking their scorecard. Complete the Elfego Baco shootout in 9 shots however and you may well have just had the hole of your life. Established to drum up publicity for the quiet college town of about 9,000 residents, located 75 miles south of Albuquerque, the shootout has become a annual event where competitors attempt to play their way down a 2,550 feet peak. Best score ever: Nine. Worst? Difficult to say, since the scorecard only goes to seventy-five. Once you've negotiated cacti, abandoned mine shafts and the odd rattlesnake, Hell's bunker will be a walk in the park. 

Uummannaq Ice Golf Course, Greenland


Got a 36 handicap? How about taking part in the World Ice Golf Championship. The course is primarily dictated by the weather and participants are required to play with coloured balls towards aptly named 'whites'.  Just remember to layer up. The temperature can fall as low as minus 50° C.

Camp Bonifas, South Korea

If you're thinking tackling crocs, rattlesnakes and freezing conditions might be a bit of a bore, how about throwing land mines into the mix? That’s right, land mines. Located on a military base in South Korea's demilitarised zone, the Camp Bonifas course might only be composed of one hole, but one hole will almost certainly be enough. Named the 'World's Most Dangerous Golf Course' by Sports Illustrated, the 194-yard par three is surrounded on three sides by mine fields.

The hole appears to be significantly tougher than Pyongyang Golf Club situated to the North of the demilitarised zone where former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il reportedly fired a 38-under-par round of 34!!!