The urban version of golf involves playing on the streets as opposed to normal golf courses, with 18 holes spread across a city environment such as an industrial site, school, or even on the streets.
Players also opt for softer balls, like tennis or squash balls since golf balls can be quite harmful when hit throughout a densely populated environment.
This one seems rather surprising, even considering the topic of this whole article. This event is held every year and entails launching little apples from the picturesque bridge in Huonville and watching them race 300 meters down the river.
As with every respectable race, the owner of the first apple to cross the line wins.
World Gurning Contest
‘Gurning’ means to make a strange facial expression – in other words, to ‘pull a face.’ And this is a competition where the ugliest facial expression wins. While it might be an easy job for some, it isn't exactly a competition that we would be proud of winning.
There is one man, though, who is considered a legend when it comes to ‘gurning’ and his name is Tommy Mattinson, he's won the World Championship 16 times!
If you ever find yourself exploring the small town of Llanwrtyd Wells of Wales (unlikely) you might want to check out their annual bog snorkeling contest.
The only similarity shared between regular snorkeling and this contest is the equipment. In this contest, swimmers dash through a 120-yard of muddy marshland while only using flippers to race through the waters.
Though many would argue that this is not an actual sport, it is considered one in most Asian countries as its movements are often found in martial arts.
While wearing an elaborately designed lion costume, performers mimic a lion's movements and dance to a vigorous drum beat.