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Asiana Country Club
Located in the hills of Yongin, South Korea, Asiana Country Club was designed by Ronald Fream and is owned by Asiana Airlines. Each hole features two greens and can play very differently depending on the pin location selected that round.
Atunyote Golf Club at Turning Stone
This Tom Fazio design hosted the 2006 PGA Professional National Championship and the BC Open. The parkland setting of Atunyote features vast stretches of open space, gently rolling hills, a stream of small waterfalls, and several lakes.
Auburn Grand National Links
The Links Course at Auburn Grand National is one of the finest golf courses in the South. Built in 1992, it has been ranked as one of the best courses in Alabama. Grand National is part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and, by all reports, was the single greatest site for a golf complex that Robert Trent Jones, Sr. had ever seen.
Aviara Golf Club & Resort
Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California offers championship golf, world-class accommodations, and perfect coastal weather. This is the only coastal golf course that was designed by Arnold Palmer and has been home to the LPGA’s “Kia Classic.” It has been rated as one of the “Best In State,” for California and was ranked as the #1 Course in San Diego.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
Designed by David McLay Kidd and opened for play in 1999, Bandon Dunes was described by Golf Week as "a cross between Pebble Beach and Carnoustie – with a pinch of Pine Valley for good measure." The course features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean on nearly every hole and has been rated as one of the best courses in America. Golf Digest said that "Bandon Dunes is the greatest pure golf experience in the world. Period."
Banff Springs Golf Course
Banff Springs Resort is located in the majestic mountain town of Banff in Alberta, Canada. This charming place is renowned for its panoramic beauty, incredible skiing, a unique film festival, and its world-class golf course. The original 18-hole course was built in 1928 by Stanley Thompson, one of Canada’s most famous course architects.
Barton Creek – Fazio Foothills
Fazio Foothills is located in Austin, Texas and is considered to be one of the finest courses in the American Southwest. The course is one of Tom Fazio’s crowning achievements with its mixture of dramatic views, brilliant layout, and natural limestone caves as backgrounds. The course was opened for play in 1986 and was renovated in 2004. Holes 4, 9, 10, 12, 16, and 18 have been ranked as some of the most beautiful holes in Texas.
Bay Hill Club & Lodge
Bay Hill Club and Lodge is an 18-hole golf course that was opened in 1961 and was home to golfing legend Arnold Palmer and his eponymous PGA Event, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Palmer took ownership of Bay Hill in 1975 and it has been considered one of the top golf resort destinations in America ever since.
The Belfry Golf Course
This private club in Wishaw, Warwickshire, England has hosted four Ryder Cups and several European Tour events. Known for being uniquely challenging, this course has hard running fairways, undulating greens, and severe run-offs.
Bethpage State Park: Black Course
Designed by A.W. Tillinghast, Bethpage Black is widely considered to be the architect’s finest work. With narrow fairways, long rough, and well-placed bunkers, this course is as beautiful as it is challenging. In 2002, Bethpage Black became the first publicly owned and operated golf course to host the U.S. Open.
Bighorn – Canyons Course
Set against a desert landscape with majestic mountain vistas, the Tom Fazio-designed Canyons Course extends an open invitation to an unforgettable experience.
Bighorn – Mountains Course
Bighorn’s stunning terrain and history-making tournament play have made the Arthur Hills-designed mountain course one of golf’s most legendary 18s.
Bountiful Ridge Golf Course
In a small suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah is one of the best municipal courses in America. Bountiful Golf Club is known for its excellent condition and superb value. This mountain course offers panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley, dramatic elevation changes, and exquisite golf for less than $50. The course was designed by William H. Neff, a prominent figure in Utah Golf.
Bryan Bros Skill Shot Challenge
Now is your chance to connect with famed Trick Shot Artists, the Bryan Bros! This course will help you develop every shot in the bag. Learn to Cut, Fade, Draw, Flop, Punch and Hook your way around this non-traditional course. Inspired by the trick shot duo's unbelievable videos, the Bryan Bros Skill Shot Challenge is a first-of-its-kind technology partnership, helping users develop an entirely new set of golf skills.
Cambrian Ridge is located in Greenville, Alabama and is arguably the most beautiful stop on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The course has been featured on a number of Golf Digest’s “Best Of” lists and is lauded for its gently rolling fairways and cathedral like pines.
Cabo del Sol: Ocean Course
Cabo Del Sol: The Ocean Course is poised against a magnificent backdrop of the brilliantly beautiful Sea of Cortez. The sea is sharply contrasted by the golden shores and beautiful green turf. While primarily known for its beauty, its designer Jack Nicklaus believes Cabo Del Sol to have the “three finest finishing holes in all of golf.” It opened for business in 1994 and has been ranked by Golf Digest as one of the Best Courses in Mexico.
Castle Pines Golf Club
Located in Castle Rock, Colorado, Castle Pines was designed to follow the natural contour of the land and complement the densely wooded area it was built in. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1986 and has an elevation of 6,300 feet above sea level.
Chateau Whistler Golf Club
Chateau Whistler was built in 1983 and was the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Canada. This intricately designed course is set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. The course was built around nine lakes that are fed by two winding creeks, making wildlife abundant around the course.
Cog Hill Country Club
Cog Hill Golf and Country Club is a Midwestern masterpiece. Located 30 miles outside of Chicago, Illinois, this track features word-class design that will test golfers of any skill level. The course was originally owned and operated by three brothers, John, Martin, and Bert Coghill. It was opened for business on July 4th, 1927.
Covered Bridge Golf Club
Out among the farms and subdivision and nestled at the foot of Floyds Knobs, Covered Bridge Golf Course is a totally picturesque 18-hole public golf course. The course was designed by two-time Major Champion and winner of the Bob Jones Award, Fuzzy Zoeller. It is considered by many to be Fuzzy’s most engaging and beautiful course design.
Golfers be warned, this golf course is not for the faint of heart. Experience one of the most dastardly designed courses in all of the world with the fictional Devil’s Island.
Dorado Beach Resort & Club
This “must-play” Caribbean golf course runs through lush jungle and oceanfront coconut groves, challenging golfers of all skill levels. The course was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. who reshaped and lengthened the course by nearly 700 yards. Dorado Beach was voted by Golf Digest to be one of the Top 100 Best Courses Outside the United States.
Emerald Dunes Club
Emerald Dunes Golf Club is minutes away from Palm Beach and is a sanctuary for those who respect and cherish the game. Designed by Tom Fazio, the course was voted as one of the Best Courses in Florida by Golf Digest.
Entrada at Snow Canyon
Welcome to Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club, a private course located in St. George, Utah. The course combines the intricate design of Johnny Miller and Fred Bliss with the stunning landscape of the southwestern United States. The varied terrain and dramatic vistas make it one of the most exciting golf courses in the country.
Firestone Country Club
Located in Akron, Ohio, Firestone Country Club was established as a generous perk from Harvey Firestone to his employees. This 7,283-yard par 70 course's 16th hole was nicknamed "The Monster" by Arnold Palmer after The King scored a triple bogey on it. The course was home to the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
Frankfurter Golf Club
The Frankfurter Golf Club is located 10 minutes outside of Frankfurt’s city boundaries in a dense and secluded forest. The course is known for its tree-lined fairways and a lovely view of the Frankfurt skyline at the 18th hole. The golf club itself is one of the oldest in Germany, being founded as a 9-hole course in 1913.
The Gallery Golf Club
The Gallery's North Course was designed by John Fought and British Open Champion and 2006 Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman. Gallery North was ranked #1 in Southwest Arizona by Golf Digest and is acknowledged as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 Modern Courses.
Gleneagles – The Centenary Course
The PGA Centenary Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and was opened for play in 1993. Nicklaus said that, “it’s the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with.” Originally known as the “Monarch,” the PGA Centenary Course is the longest inland course in Scotland. Gleneagles Golf Club hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, as well as the Curtis Cup and the Scottish Open.
Glenwild Golf Club & Spa
Set in a meadow valley north of Park City, Utah, this Tom Fazio-designed mountain course offers an excellent variety of holes and strong Par 3’s that challenge scratch golfers without overwhelming casual players. With dynamic elevation changes, panoramic views of the Wasatch range and far rough that frames holes with native sagebrush, aspen and flowering purple flax, Glenwild Golf Club is a true aesthetic gem.
Goat Hill Park Golf Club
Originally built in 1952 as a regulation length 9 hole par 36 layout, Center City Golf Course was the first golf course in San Diego county. The course was redesigned in the early 90’s by Ludwig Keehn into an 18 hole short course and became known as “Goat Hill” to locals. It is loved for its ocean views, fresh breeze, authentic atmosphere, and raw golf feel. Quite simply, you will have a hard time finding a more challenging short course with as many unique holes anywhere in the country.
The Golf Club of Houston
The Golf Club of Houston, home of the Shell Houston Open, was designed by Rees Jones and David Toms. It is celebrated for its finely groomed fairways and well-engineered greens. The Tournament Course at Golf Club of Houston is one of only 11 public courses that hosts a PGA Tour event.
Grand Country Club
Located in the heart of South Korea, Grand Country Club lies between the Noryeong Mountains to the north and the Sobaek Mountains to the east. The course features wide fairways and five lakes spread over gently rolling terrain.
The Greenbrier – The Old White Golf Course
The Old White is the first 18-hole golf course at The Greenbrier. The course was designed by Charles Blair Macdonald and opened for play in 1914. A legend of golf history at The Greenbrier, the course was named for the well known Old White Hotel, which stood on the grounds from 1858 through 1922.
Greywolf Golf Course
Greywolf Golf Course is known for its dramatic elevation changes, beautiful scenery, and its signature hole Cliffhanger. This course will challenge, excite, and reward golfers of any skill level and is considered a "must-play" for serious golfers. It was designed by Doug Carrick, a fixture of Canadian golf architecture. Carrick’s philosophy while building Greywolf was to "let the land dictate the routing of the holes." It was ranked in Golf Digest's "Top 100 Courses Outside of the US."
Golf Resort Kunětická Hora
The championship 18-hole course overlooking the local viewing point, Kunětická hora Mountain, is the work of the world-famous Australian architect Graham Marsh. Its sophisticated design, with wide fairways, thick roughs and numerous bunkers, will challenge all golfers. Six of the holes span three lakes. In the complex there is also a 4-kilometre long track for in-line skating. It was opened in 2007.