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6 Golf Courses Around The World

Top 6 Golf Courses From All Around The World

Golf courses do not only provide thousands of opportunities for professionals and beginners, but they are also a place for relaxation. There are so many golf courses available all around the world, however, I have picked the most popular ones in this post. So, if you fancy the game, you must check out these famous golf clubs.

Top 6 Golf Courses From All Around The World
Top 6 Golf Courses From All Around The World

Pine Valley Golf Club

Pine Valley is not mysterious in golfing circle, it is indeed a very confidential one. However, if you get lucky enough to get there, you will find it is one of the most outstanding golfing courses. Based in Clementon, New Jersey, Pine Valley Golf Club is 6,765 yards large. Pine Valley has been invented in 1913 and the founders purchased 184 acres (75 hectares) of scruffy pinelands. Later, 416 acres (168 hectares) of pretty virgin woodlands made this club more beautiful.

Cypress Point Club

Cypress Point is a private golf club and you most probably won’t find any casual golfer hanging around the course. This club is located at the south of Pebble Beach in California’s outstanding Big Sur country. Besides, this club has 18-holes of running fairways. In the first place, Bob Hope invented this club with 20 members in 1929. Around 6,536 yards big this golf club is one of the people’s most favorite golfing places in the USA.

Muirfield Village Golf Club

This one is from the UK based in 7,221 yards which are also known as the world’s oldest golfing society. In 1744, T. Morris opened this club and then over 200 years later, Jack Nicklaus won his career’s first British Open. Situated in Gullane, Scotland, Muirfield Village captures the attention of many famous and successful golfers.

Pebble Beach Golf Links

Maybe Pebble Beach Golf Links is the best golf course in the United States. If you are going to pay a visit to this golf club, make sure to pause near the narrow fairways. The amazing view of the rocky shores makes it the most outstanding California’s Pacific coast. The course contains the 18th hole, and a 548 yards par 5. If you want to score well, be ready for defeating the wind.

Royal Melbourne Golf Club

Located at the east of Australia, Royal Melbourne Golf Club consists of 18-hole courses. In the special tournaments and events, the club hosts Composite Course of 12 holes that are from west and 6 are from east. In 1959, Royal Melbourne was in the Canada cup site and now it is called the World cup.

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

Built in 1893, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is the first clubhouse in the United States. Moreover, this is the first club that allowed women golfers to sign up as members. What makes the course beautiful is its long island’s south shores. However, the wind comes from the Atlantic Ocean can make your golfing a bit challenging.

Top 6 Golf Courses From All Around The World
Top 6 Golf Courses From All Around The World

These are the top golf courses from all around the world. There are so many other golf clubs too that we haven’t discussed in the post. Let us know in the comment box below which one among these you like?

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