PLAY: Make a hole-in-one every time with Kim Jong-Un Golf video game
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PLAY: Make a hole-in-one every time with Kim Jong-Un Golf video game

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il once turned in a truly unbelievable 18-hole score of 38, including 11 holes-in-one on the 7,700-yard championship course in the capital city of Pyongyang. And that was the first time he played golf.

(Side note: Some believe this was a lost-in-translation boast and that Jong-Il actually intended to say he shot 38 for nine holes.)

Jong-Il is no longer with us, so his son, Kim Jong-Un, is left to take up the family athletic mantle. The folks at have decided to honor Jong-Un with a golf game of his own. "Kim Jong Golf" will be a big boost to your ego because, no matter what you do, the ball goes in the hole for an ace.

Via Golf Channel

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