Pinehurst No 2
Royal St Georges
Thracian Cliffs, Bulgaria
Old Course, Vilamoura, Portugal
San Lorenzo, Vilamoura, Portugal
Hard to rank these, so in no particular order, my favorites:
San Francisco CC
Princeville Prince Course
Caladonia Golf & Fish Club
Grizzly Ranch (Nor CA)
Whitehawk Ranch (Nor CA)
Just made reservations for a trip to Bandon Dunes at end of September. Playing Pacific Dunes twice, Bandon Dunes once and Old MacDonald once. May try to squeeze in Bandon Trails if time allows. Can't wait!!!
Difficult to rank, may be top golf course in your country, top golf course you want to play
In My country, top golf course I want to play
1. Montgomerie Link
2. Danang Golf Club
3. Long Thanh Golf Club
4. Vietnam Golf Country Club
5. Sea Link & Country Golf Club
6. Diamond Bay Resort Golf
7. King's Island Golf Club
8. Chi Linh Star Golf Resort
9. Tam Dao Golf Resort
10. Laguna Lang Co Golf Resort
So many destinations to choose from in soo little time! If you're a fan of consistently good weather, why not head on over to South Africa?
A lot of the golf courses are locations with distinct landscapes and there are plenty of diverse activities to do beside golf. We currently rent out golf clubs to people holidaying in South Africa. We've heard a lot of good things about the golf courses there.
But if you don't want travel across the globe, there are amazing courses closer to home. Probably one of the most famous golf courses in the world - Augusta! I've yet to travel there, it's definitely in my top 10 list of golf courses.
Last week i was in Spain,
Played Marbella Club witch is very nice
Los Arqueros ( i just love this one ) suits my game but nowhere near an easy course
And Valderama it's nice because off it's name and history. Altho a great course and great condition
I am nowhere near good enough to play a decent round out there
In the Netherlands my favo course is Rosendealsche golfclub.
I think also the oldest.
A few of my favorite courses I've played (in no particular order):
The Tribute - The Colony, Texas
TPC San Antonio, Oaks Course - San Antonio, Texas
Squire Creek - Choudrant, Louisiana
Jackson Hole Golf Club - Jackson, Wyoming
Golfclub Gstaad-Saanenland - Gstaad, Switzerland
Mid-Ocean Club - Tucker's Town, Bermuda
The first three are just fun courses. The last three have the added benefit of beautiful scenery.
The only course worth mentioning for me would be Tiburón Golf Club in Naples, FL. I played the Black course. The absence of any deep rough can actually be a curse.. if you hit an errant shot your ball can roll very far off-line. Absolutely stunning course conditions and amazing facilities, I enjoyed my time there.
I can't knock a decision to play Pacific Dunes twice, as it is my favorite there. But try not to pass up Bandon Trails. It is a great track. Frankly, I would pass on Old MacDonald if it came to that. Kind of an odd, oldtime linksy layout, although the seventh green provides probably the best views on the entire property.
View south toward Pacific Dunes
View north toward the Sheep farm
14th hole on Trails. Some significant elevation changes throughout the course