Devil's Golf Course is a large salt pan in Badwater Basin of Death Valley National Park. This salt pan is a modern variation of Lake Manly which existed here thousands of years ago. The dissolved minerals that were left behind when the lake dried have been sculpted into a series of fascinating shapes. In 1934, the National Park Service described this as a place where 'only the devil could play golf'. Use extreme caution while visiting as the formations are piercingly sharp and this is the hottest place on Earth.