Coober Pedy is an an opal mining town in the Australian outback that was established in 1915.
This is an entire underground community with spacious caves and tunnels where residents have built homes, book stores, hotels, restaurants, bars and churches - and a grassless golf course.
In the photo above a worker rakes out a green on the Coober Pedy Opal Fields Golf Course. It’s really not green but it is technically a golf course green.
It is an 18 hole grassless course that is one of the top 10 of the most unique courses in the world.
Taking divots on the fairway must be hard on clubs when playing this golf course.