When we talk about golf, it will appear green golf courses and bright sunshine in our minds. Yes, it's a golf course looks like we saw in our lives. It makes us curious about what does the war zone look like?
It will be the most extreme golf in the world, not mention the half-a-dozen heavily armed bodyguards fan out around him and scan the Golf Club course, what we are talking about is just the course.
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It is one big hazard, with unfair fairways of rock and thistles, sand-and-oil "greens" and the chance of falling into a ditch making even the wicked of traditional sand traps and water hazards seem benign.
But in a country where guns far outnumber golf clubs and diplomats live in compounds set deep behind blast walls and razor wire, it's not easy to get out and get some fresh air.
The fresh air you can get only at the golf course, which is a half-hour drive out of Kabul. It's certainly easier to breathe than the dust and pollution of the chaotic capital, but golfers accustomed to the eye-soothing sight of immaculate lawns would be in for a shock.
The most important tip playing in such course is playing aggressively. There are no gimmes. Don't even ask for the stroke index because this is Afghanistan and they're all tough.