15 Cool Golf Courses You Need to Play
One of the best things about golf is that no two golf courses are the same
. Although the fundamentals of the game are the same, each course has unique challenges
also have different perks - from gorgeous cliffs to majestic ocean views!
Whether you’re a new golfer or an avid one, you’ll find a course to add to your bucket list.
As Golf Magazine puts it, “Numbers are as irrelevant here as at the Old Course at St. Andrews. It’s just man against course – and weather. And golf doesn’t get much purer than that.”
Pinehurst No. 2’s long 18 holes boast the title of having the most golf championships hosted in the history of US golf.
Regarded as the “oldest top-ranked golf course in the United States,” Oakmont remains perhaps one of the most difficult golf courses to play in the country.
Oakmont Country Club
Regarded as one of the most prestigious golf courses in the entire world, it’s almost impossible to visit Cypress Point without a member inviting you
Cypress Point Club
Home to the Masters, Augusta National is a golf course that almost all golfers worldwide know.
Augusta National Golf Club
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