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Match the following courses with their extreme monikers

1. The hottest
2. The coldest
3. The oldest
4. The highest
5. The lowest
6. The most northerly
7. The most southerly
8. The most easterly
9. The most westerly
10. The longest


A. North Star Golf Club, Fairbanks, Alaska
B. Sondie Arctic Desert Golf Course, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
C. La Paz Golf Club, La Paz, Bolivia
D. Jade Dragon Snow Mtn. GC, Lijiang, China
E. Tonga Golf Club, Nuku'alofa, Tonga
F. Furnace Creek Golf Club, Death Valley, Calif.
G. Ushuaia Golf Course, Ushuaia, Argentina
H. Faleata Country Club, Apia, Samoa
I. Musselburgh Links, Scotland
J. Alice Springs Golf Club, Alice Springs, Australia.

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1. The hottest — J. Alice Springs Golf Club, Alice Springs, Australia
2. The coldest — A. North Star Golf Club, Fairbanks, Alaska
3. The oldest — I. Musselburgh Links, Scotland
4. The highest — C. La Paz Golf Club, La Paz, Bolivia
5. The lowest — F. Furnace Creek Golf Club, Death Valley, Calif.
6. The most northerly — B. Sondie Arctic Desert Golf Course, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
7. The most southerly — G. Ushuaia Golf Course, Ushuaia, Argentina
8. The most easterly — E. Tonga Golf Club, Nuku'alofa, Tonga
9. The most westerly — H. Faleata Country Club, Apia, Samoa
10. The longest — D. Jade Dragon Snow Mtn. GC, Lijiang, China

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