Pyongyang Golf Course, North Korea: Oppressive regime. Impressive course record. Think getting into the country is tough? Try besting the score of Kim Jong Il, the Hermit Kingdom’s late Dear Leader, who is said to have shot a 34-under 38 in the one and only round he ever played. Over 18 holes, in 1994, he reportedly notched 11 holes-in-one. The feat grows all the more astounding once you see the venue. Tight and tree-lined, with fairways flanked by ledges that drop into oblivion, this is a fittingly penal layout. But straying out-of-bounds is nothing compared to what awaits if you attempt to excercise free speech.