There’s a new golf course in Bellevue, though the players who populate it will be six feet under. Sunset Hills Memorial Park and Funeral Home designed a cemetery disguised as a one-hole golf course, complete with an 820-square foot green, a fairway, and a sand trap. At Memorial Golf Park, there’s space for 1,281 golf fanatics, including space for those who want a traditional burial and those who want to be cremated and have their remains stored onsite.To access the ossuary (where cremated remains are stored), one will have to use the actual golf hole. Wait, what?Arne Swanson, the funeral home’s marketing director, explained the concept to Seattle Weekly in an interview today. “There’s a vault installed below the green,” he said. “A passageway leads up to the top of the green and the hole.”Swanson came up with the idea after witnessing a family scatter ashes on a golf course. “I was playing golf with my son at a local golf course about five years ago, and they stopped play on the course,” he said. “And then we observed what we later found out to be someone scattering their loved one on the course.”According to Swanson, prices will be comparable to the funeral home’s other, more traditional options. It’s already open for business, and will be officially dedicated on Oct. 25.Follow The Daily Weekly on Facebook and Twitter.