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1. PEBBLE BEACH (Calif.) G. LINKS. 800-654-9300 / pebblebeach.com. Jack Neville & Douglas Grant (1919)/Herbert Fowler (R. 1920) 7,075 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 67.3675.
2. PACIFIC DUNES. Bandon, Ore. / 888-345-6008 / bandondunesgolf.com. Tom Doak (2001) / 6,633 Yards, Par 71 / Points: 64.8645. The second course built at Bandon Dunes Resort.
3. WHISTLING STRAITS (STRAITS) Haven, Wis. / 800-344-2838 / whistlingstraits.com. Pete Dye (1998) / 7,790 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 64.5043. Pete Dye transformed a dead flat abandoned army air base along a two-mile stretch of Lake Michigan into an imitation Ballybunion at Whistling Straits, peppering his rugged fairways and windswept greens with 1,012 (at last count) bunkers.
4. THE OCEAN COURSE. Kiawah Island, S.C. / 888-854-2924 / kiawahgolf.com. Pete Dye & Alice Dye (1991) / 7,849 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 64.4146. The first course designed for a specific event—the 1991 Ryder Cup—this manufactured linksland-meets-lagoons layout might well be Pete Dye's most diabolical creation.
5. SHADOW CREEK. North Las Vegas, Nev. / 866-260-0069 / shadowcreek.com. Tom Fazio, with Steve Wynn (1990) 7,560 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 64.1319. One of a kind, and maybe Tom Fazio's finest work ever.
6. PINEHURST (N.C.) RESORT (No. 2) 800-487-4653 / pinehurst.com. Donald Ross (9 1902 /Donald Ross & Walter Travis (A.9 1907) Donald Ross (R.1935) 7,588 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 63.9639.
7. BANDON (Ore.) DUNES. 888-345-6008 / bandondunesgolf.com. David McLay Kidd (1999) 6,732 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 63.3123. Maybe not as visually mesmerizing as Whistling Straits (which it beat for Best New Upscale Public Course of 1999), but talented golfers consider Bandon Dunes to be the consummate shotmaker's course, as good a total examination of one's game as there is in America.
8. BETHPAGE STATE PARK (BLACK) Farmingdale, N.Y. / 516-249-4040 / nysparks.state.ny.us. Joseph H. Burbeck & A.W. Tillinghast (1936) 7,468 Yards, Par 71 / Points: 63.1529.
9. ERIN HILLS (Wis.) G. CSE. 866-772-4769 / erinhills.com. Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry & Ron Whitten (2006) 7,731 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 62.8534. Despite the legend spread by many, Erin Hills wasn't designed specifically to host a U.S. Open.
10. SPYGLASS HILL G. CSE. Pebble Beach / 800-654-9300 / pebblebeach.com. Robert Trent Jones (1966) 6,960 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 62.5718. Given the task of designing a course just up 17 Mile Drive from Pebble Beach and Cypress Point, Robert Trent Jones responded with a combination of Pine Valley and Augusta National.

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Ranking: World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses Golf Digest

5 hours ago The Old Guard dominates the top 10. There’s No. 3 Muirfield, created in 1891, No. 4 Royal Dornoch (1892) and No. 6 Old Course at St. Andrews (1848). Royal Portrush, site of …

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1. Pine Valley. Pine Valley, NJ. ARCHITECT. George Crump / Harry S. Colt. YEAR BUILT. 1918. …
2. Cypress Point. Pebble Beach, CA. ARCHITECT. Alister MacKenzie. YEAR BUILT. 1928. It’s almost …
3. Shinnecock Hills. Southampton, NY. ARCHITECT. William Flynn. YEAR BUILT. 1931. Venue for …
4. National Golf Links of America. Southampton, NY. ARCHITECT. C.B. Macdonald. YEAR BUILT. …
5. Oakmont. Oakmont, PA. ARCHITECT. Henry Fownes. YEAR BUILT. 1903. No course thrives more …
6. Augusta National. Augusta, GA. ARCHITECT. Alister MacKenzie/Bobby Jones. YEAR BUILT. …
7. Sand Hills. Mullen, NE. ARCHITECT. Bill Coore/Ben Crenshaw. YEAR BUILT. 1995. Bill Coore and …
8. Merion (East) Ardmore, PA. ARCHITECT. Hugh Wilson. YEAR BUILT. 1912. What makes Merion …
9. Fishers Island. Fishers Island, NY. ARCHITECT. Seth Raynor. YEAR BUILT. 1926. Accessible by …
10. Pebble Beach. Pebble Beach, CA. ARCHITECT. Jack Neville/Douglas Grant. YEAR BUILT. 1919. …

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Top 100 Golf Courses in the World, 202021: Our raters

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1. Pine Valley. Pine Valley, NJ. ARCHITECT. George Crump / Harry S. Colt. YEAR BUILT. 1918. Analyzing a golf course need not be complicated. One simple but effective way to judge a design is by the quality of the course’s property, its hazards and greens.
2. Cypress Point. Pebble Beach, CA. ARCHITECT. Alister MacKenzie. YEAR BUILT. 1928. It’s almost inconceivable that land this stunning was made available for golf. For the lucky few who get to play here, they enjoy one of the game’s most inspiring walks as Alister MacKenzie’s design effortlessly transports the player around the diverse property.
3. St. Andrews (Old Course) St. Andrews, Scotland. ARCHITECT. Old Tom Morris. YEAR BUILT. 1400. The birthplace of golf features blind bunkers, huge double greens, quirks such as the Road Hole and Hell Bunker and strategic options that vary with the day’s wind.
4. Shinnecock Hills. Southampton, NY. ARCHITECT. William Flynn. YEAR BUILT. 1931. Venue for five U.S. Opens since 1986, most recently in 2018, this is William Flynn’s design masterpiece.
5. National Golf Links of America. Southampton, NY. ARCHITECT. C.B. Macdonald. YEAR BUILT. 1911. NGLA, or “National,” as it’s known, brought Seth Raynor and C.B. Macdonald together for the first time and what they created still stands as a marvel of strategic design.
6. Royal County Down. Newcastle, Nothern Ireland. ARCHITECT. Old Tom Morris. YEAR BUILT. 1889. The evolution over more than 130 years of this design is fascinating and has yielded what many consider to be the game’s finest front nine.
7. Royal Melbourne (West) Black Rock, Australia. ARCHITECT. Alister MacKenzie. YEAR BUILT. 1931. The immense appeal of Alister MacKenzie’s Golden Age masterwork is captured by former world No. 1 Nick Faldo: “I love the way it plays firm and fast-running, the way the bunkering frames and almost intrudes into the putting surfaces and the brilliance of the bunkering style with the native scrubby look.
8. Oakmont. Oakmont, PA. ARCHITECT. Henry Fownes. YEAR BUILT. 1903. No course thrives more on looking mean. Indeed, the beauty of Oakmont is how it doesn’t doll itself up, and yet to a purist the view from the crest of the hill on 15 is as breathtaking as any in the country.
9. Augusta National. Augusta, GA. ARCHITECT. Alister MacKenzie/Bobby Jones. YEAR BUILT. 1933. Augusta National is the vision of Bobby Jones and his chosen architect, Alister MacKenzie.
10. Royal Dornoch (Championship) Dornoch, Scotland. ARCHITECT. Old Tom Morris. YEAR BUILT. 1886. After Tom Watson played here before his Open defense in 1981, he remarked that the experience was “the most fun I’ve ever had on a golf course.”

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Golf Digest Best Public Courses 2020 Pennsylvania

1 hours ago Golf Digest Top 100 Courses 2020. Leopard Getallcourses.net Show details . 9 hours ago Golf Digest Top 100 Public Us Courses 2020. Leopard Free-onlinecourses.com Show details . 4 hours ago The Links at Fancourt and Leopard Creek are both included in Golf Digest ’s 2020 ranking of the World’s Top 100 Courses outside the United States. The

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Golfweek’s Best 2020: Top 30 College Campus Golf Courses

8 hours ago It debuts at No. 4 on the 2020 Golfweek’s Best Campus Courses list. With a mix of classic and modern, Golfweek's Best raters call these the best golf courses in Australia and New Zealand. Read the full article . Tiger Woods opens up to Golf Digest on future: 'I don’t have to compete and play against the best players in the world to

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Golfweek's Best 2020: Top 200 Residential Golf Courses

4 hours ago Welcome to Golfweek’s Best 2020 list of top residential golf courses in the United States, first published in the print issue of Golfweek’s Ultimate Guide.These focus on courses within residential developments and include both private clubs and public-access tracks.

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Golf Digest Top Courses 2020 XpCourse

3 hours ago Golf Digest's Places to Play, 4th Edition: 6,000 Public and Resort Courses in the USA, Canada, Mexico and the Islands, with the Latest Player Ratings (Travel Guide) 7/10 We have selected this product as being #8 in Best Courses In Nj Golf Digest of 2020

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Golf Digest 20192020 US Top 200 Courses – WiscoGolfAddict

9 hours ago Golf Digest 2019-2020 US Top 200 Courses. Article: Golf Digest Top 100 US Golf Courses 2017-2018. 1. Pine Valley (NJ) 2. Augusta National (GA) 3. Cypress Point (CA) 4.

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America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses

  1. PINE VALLEY G.C.
  2. AUGUSTA NATIONAL G.C.
  3. CYPRESS POINT CLUB.
  4. SHINNECOCK HILLS G.C.
  5. OAKMONT C.C.
  6. MERION G.C.
  7. PEBBLE BEACH G. LINKS.
  8. NATIONAL G. LINKS OF AMERICA.
  9. SAND HILLS G.C.
  10. FISHERS ISLAND CLUB.

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What are the best golf courses in America?

The 25 best golf courses in America in 2019, ranked

  1. Pine Valley Golf Club, Pine Valley, New Jersey.
  2. Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia.
  3. Cypress Point Club, Pebble Beach, California.
  4. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, New York.
  5. Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania.
  6. Merion Golf Club (East), Ardmore, Pennsylvania.
  7. Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California.

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What is the best public golf course in Kentucky?

The Best Golf Courses in Kentucky. (1) Valhalla G.C. ( 18th hole pictured above ), Louisville • 2. (2) The Club At Olde Stone, Bowling Green 3. (3) Hurstbourne C.C. (Championship), Louisville 4. (4) Big Spring C.C., Louisville 5. (6) Triple Crown C.C., Union 6. (New) Persimmon Ridge G.C., Louisville 7.

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A public golf course is one that is open to the general public. Public courses typically do not sell memberships, although they might offer deals for discounted rates if golfers buy green fees in bulk (for example, paying a flat monthly fee rather than individual green fees).


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