Sat at the very top of South Africa's Hanglip Mountain, at 400 metres high, it is the worlds tallest golfing hole. It takes almost 30 seconds for the ball to hit the green below!.
Its a long way down. A golfer looks down towards the green.
Golfers must drive the ball 391 yards from the top of the Hanglip Mountain to an Africa-shaped green below.
The helicopter that takes the golfers to the top of the mountain.
A view from above. The 19th hole is so far away, golfers must use spotters to find the ball.
One of the holes on the green with the Extreme 19th Tee in the background.
Padraig Harrington was the first man to make par in 2008, but has since been joined by many others. Including Morgan Freeman.
The course was designed by 18 of the worlds top golfers, including Justin Rose and Retief Goosen.