Jeollanam-do's Muan Country Club (무안CC) has six courses and 54 holes.
It opened as a nine-hole course in 1996, and added another nine almost every two years until reaching 54 in 2007. Playing 18 holes will cost you 85,000 won during a weekday or 120,000 won on the weekend.
There are roughly 250 golf courses in South Korea, compared with over 800 in Pennsylvania, and 2,500 in Japan. Korea Beat translated an article last April about plans to build more domestic courses to reduce the number of Korean golfers who go overseas to play. Or go overseas ostensibly to play golf.
Besides courses there is also screen golf where you play virtual golf against a screen. Some of these clubs combine the sport with the pleasures usually reserved for upscale singing rooms: you can tee off while young women you've hired cheer you on and pour your drinks.