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ABEL'S CROSSING

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 27

Abel’s Crossing causeway separates a placid still water lagoon from the ocean as this beautiful 9 hole par 3 course winds it’s way along the coast and through the lakes and trees further inland. Course design by Adriaan Maarschalk

ALBANY GC

THE BAHAMAS | PAR 72

This championship golf course in the beautiful Bahamas was designed by Ernie Els, and ranks among the very best courses in the Caribbean. The desert links-style course provides a wonderful test for every aspect of your game, with many attractive, skilfully crafted and challenging holes. It combines the best of links and desert features with windswept dunes and numerous scenic and strategically challenging water features. Albany is also home to the Hero World Challenge, a PGA TOUR tournament featuring a field of 18 of the world’s top professionals.

BELLERIVE CC

MISSOURI, US | PAR 72

With the nickname “The Green Monster of Ladue” this beautiful US Open and PGA Championship course was originally designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Sr in 1960. The course is known for its large and undulating greens, picturesque surroundings and a beautiful creek that comes into play on nine of its holes. Water is a recurring theme through out the course with hazards on a total of 11 holes.

BETHESDA CC

BETHESDA MD | PAR 70

With roots from the early 1900-century, the Bethesda CC completed the 18-hole course in 1949, joining the ranks of other prestigious clubs in the Washington-Metro area and becoming the venue for reoccurring LPGA events in the 1990s.

CRYSTAL PINES

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 71

The fictional golf course at the base of the majestic snow-covered mountains of British Columbia, Canada, requires great precision. The heavily undulating greens show unmerciful to slightly off approach shots.

DEVIL'S ISLAND

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 71

Built around the extinct volcano of a rugged island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, this fantasy course is the most challenging, beautiful and rewarding course you can play. From several tee shots along the cliffs to the signature fourteenth, a small island green lurking in the lagoon of lost souls, these eighteen holes reward the accurate golfer lavishly and force the rest to consider it a good walk spoiled.

DONALDA CLUB

TORONTO, CANADA | PAR 71

Situated in the heart of Toronto, Canada, Donalda Club is a hidden gem. The course winds its way through the Don River Valley and offers those that play it the opportunity to test all aspects of their game. Founded in 1960, Donalda is one of Toronto’s finest layouts. Don’t let the short yardage fool you, as missed shots can be very penalizing.

FALMOUTH CC

MAINE, US | PAR 72

This beautiful course has established a reputation over more than a quarter century as “Maine’s Premier Competitive Venue”. Having hosted a list of amateur tournaments for years, it is now home to the Korn Ferry Tour’s Maine Open.

FRANKLIN HILLS CC

MICHIGAN, US | PAR 71

The Franklin Hills golf course, designed in 1927 by the legendary architect Donald Ross, is hailed as one of the few remaining true Donald Ross courses. Considered a hidden gem, the course annually receives recognition in many of the golf publications as one of Ross’ best works not only in Michigan but also the United States.

GC BUDERSAND

SYLT, GERMANY | PAR 70

Dominated by a barren dune landscape, and lush heaths alternating with abundant stretches of beach grass, this classic links golf course offers the unique experience of playing golf between the rough North Sea and the ever-changing Wadden Sea. Keep your game precise if you want to stay on the fairways and avoid the 90 bunkers that have been merged harmoniously into the fairways and around the greens. GC Budersand is ranked among the very best courses in the world.

GC MÜNCHEN EICHENRIED

MOOSINNING, GERMANY | PAR 73

Home of the ’BMW International Open’ twenty times since the inauguration of the course in 1989, Eichenried is a special and enjoyable challenge for many golfers. This consistently flat and long parkland course features an abundant stock of trees and several water-rich fairways with streamlets and ponds with elegant timber block walls. Two half-island greens and nearly 90 bunkers complicate the approach to the greens and requires a technically and tactically adept game of golf.

GKG GOLF CLUB

REYKJAVIK, ICELAND | PAR 71

Located in Iceland, where golf is the second most popular sport after football, GKG Golf Club offers lovely view over mountains, Reykjavik capital, the Atlantic Ocean and the Snæfellsjökull glacier made famous in Jules Verne’s book ’Journey to the Center of the Earth’. This 18 hole championship course is a great challenge for golfers of all levels – especially if played in windy conditions. The 16th is the course´s signature hole. Beware of the large rock about 180 meters from the green, which according to the myth is inhabited by local elfs.

GLEN ABBEY GC

ONTARIO, CANADA | PAR 73

Glen Abbey Golf Club is a privately-owned golf course located in Oakville, Ontario Canada. It is one of Canada’s most famous golf courses and is home to the Golf Canada and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Since 1977 Glen Abbey has hosted 30 Canadian Open Championships – more than any other course.

GLEN OAKS CLUB - TOURNAMENT COURSE

NEW YORK, US | PAR 70

With plush fairways, milky-white sand traps and clean sight lines, this private course was inspired by Augusta National and is perfect for all levels and abilities. With small undulating greens, well placed water hazards, narrow birch tree-lined fairways and the 95 bunkers, the course has its own unique character – that is engaging and demanding. The layout in the version you are about to play is the official Tournament Course as it was played in the Northern Trust PGA Tour event in 2017 and is a combination of holes from the 3 nine-hole courses at Glen Oaks GC.

GOLF CLUB HERZOGENAURACH

ONTARIO, CANADA | PAR 73

Glen Abbey Golf Club is a privately-owned golf course located in Oakville, Ontario Canada. It is one of Canada’s most famous golf courses and is home to the Golf Canada and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Since 1977 Glen Abbey has hosted 30 Canadian Open Championships – more than any other course.

HIDDEN CANYON

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 72

A course crafted out of the natural terrain of the high desert in the American West. With limited trees, this course offers players who spray the ball around a chance to shoot a good score even on the most difficult levels and the relatively flat greens make it putting paradise.

HILLCREST C.C.

HILLCREST C.C. | PAR 71

Groucho Marx was a member of Hillcrest CC, even though he once famously proclaimed that he would not want to be a member of any club willing to have him as a member. Established in 1920 and recently undergone a significant redesign by renowned architect Kyle Phillips, Hillcrest remains one of the finest private clubs in the US. The memorability of the new course, reopened in 2019, is defined mainly by the par threes, which are all iconic.

HILLWOOD CC

TENNESSEE, US | PAR 72

Regarded as one of the very top courses in Tennessee, this parkland course originally from 1957 is a challenging and fun experience for all golfers. Trees will dictate your course management, but there are other challenges, too, with plenty of bunkers and water coming into play on four holes.

HOFGUT SCHEIBENHARDT GOLF CLUB

KARLSRUHE, GERMANY | PAR 72

This golf course offers everything a golfer’s heart desires. It is visually influenced by the Hofgut Scheibenhardt estate with its castle and moat in baroque style from the 17th century. Surrounded by high forest, the 18 holes stretch over wide flat terrains. Lakescapes and biotopes adorn the fairways while countless bushes and trees give the course a charming parkland character.

INNISBROOK COPPERHEAD

FLORIDA, US | PAR 71

The Copperhead course is the most famous of the four courses at Innisbrook, hosting the annual PGA Tour event, the Valspar Championship. The pine tree-lined fairways and the course length, is known for both its beauty and for being a challenge, even for the best ball strikers.

INTERLACHEN CC

MINNESOTA, US | PAR 70

Since its beginning in 1909, Interlachen CC has been an advocate of championship golf at the highest level, having hosted some of the most prestigious events in professional and amateur golf. Continuously ranked among the top 100 courses in the USA, this hallowed course is routed across rolling terrain with wide, tree lined fairways and water coming into play on seven holes. The signature hole is the 530-yard par five 9th where Bobby Jones, during the 1930 US Open, skimmed his ball over the water to make a birdie which went a long way to ensuring he achieved the Grand Slam.

KEMPFERHOF GOLF COURSE

ALSACE, FRANCE | PAR 72

The Kempferhof Golf Club is an authentic course in a majestic setting in Alsace, Eastern France. Surrounded by oaks, beeches and poplars, the Kempferhof offers an exciting and supremely challenging round of golf, with plenty of water and bold bunkering. This beautiful and difficult course requires a reasonable degree of accuracy from the tee along the tree-lined fairways. Designed by architect Robert von Hagge it is ranked among the top courses in continental Europe.

KETTLE BROOK GC

MASSACHUSETTS, US | PAR 72

Kettle Brook is a stunning golf course with bent grass fairways, tees, fast greens, marshes, trees and rolling terrain. It is a great golf experience – a championship style Brian Silva design with generous fairways and rolling bent greens.

KISSING TREE

TEXAS, US | PAR 72

A dramatic 18-hole golf course designed in harmony with the San Marcos’ landscape.

LEON DE MONTANA

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 27

Testing hilly Par 3 course with beautiful vistas across the Spanish Valleys. Designed by Tomi Hyytiäinen

LOSTWOOD GLEN

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 54

Set in a tranquil valley beneath towering waterfalls is Lostwood Glen. This 18 hole par 3 course features a superb variety of enjoyable and testing short holes. Course design by Brett Thompson.

MONTECITO CLUB

CALIFORNIA, US | PAR 71

Nestled in the hills of Montecito, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course highlights natural elevation changes with stunning coastal and mountain views at every turn. While preserving its historical character, this sporty and strategic design will challenge golfers of any level.

MUIRFIELD VILLAGE

OHIO, US | PAR 72

Founded in 1974 by Jack Nicklaus and named after Muirfield, Scotland, where he won his first of three British Open titles, this golf course hosts the Memorial Tournament on the PGA Tour each spring.

OLYMPIC GOLF COURSE

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL | PAR 71

Unplayed for over a century since 1904, this course became the venue for the 2016 Summer Olympics Golf tournaments for men and women. It was newly built for the Olympic Tournament and is located within the Marapendi Natural Reserve.

PARIS INTERNATIONAL G.C.

BAILLET-EN-FRANCE, FRANCE | PAR 72

The golf course is the only Jack Nicklaus design in France. The Paris International has already received four women’s Open de France. Its varied and demanding layout blends in perfect harmony with a park of exceptional natural diversity.

PARK GOLF CLUB

HRADEC KRÁLOVÉ, CZECH REPUBLIC | PAR 33

This friendly 9-hole suburban course in East Bohemia at Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic is a short game challenge to players at all levels. With a combination of four mid-length par-3’s, four rather short par-4’s and one long par 5, this is a great course for juniors and beginners to test their course management skills.

PGA NATIONAL

FLORIDA, US | PAR 70

Located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, the club is the home of the PGA of America. As the host for the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour, it is famous for the legendary three-hole stretch Bear Trap.

PORTLAND GOLF CLUB

PORTLAND, OR | PAR 72

Established in 1914, Portland Golf Club is regarded as one of the most prestigious, challenging, and enjoyable member-owned golf clubs in the Pacific Northwest and continues to cultivate its place in history as a championship golf facility. The picturesque golf course brought back the Ryder Cup, after a 10-year hibernation period around World War II, and has also hosted the PGA Championship and more recently the US Women’s Amateur Championship.

PRIMLAND - HIGHLAND COURSE

VIRGINIA, US | PAR 72

Primland’s Highland Course reveals breathtaking mountain views at every turn and charms players of all skill levels. The 18-hole course has been sculpted into the natural terrain of the mountains by the renowned golf course architect, Donald Steel. The captivating design and astonishing natural beauty of the course has led it to be ranked as one of the “Top 100 Courses You Can Play”.

RIDGEWOOD CC - CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE

NEW JERSEY, US | PAR 72

The Ridgewood Country Cub from 1929, has 27 holes and this Championship Course consists of a collection of the best 18 holes from all three loops. It is a classic parkland course, with a both fair and challenging layout, that has hosted numerous USGA, PGA TOUR and LPGA tournaments – the latest being The Northern Trust 2018 – as well as the 1935 Ryder Cup. The key to scoring well at Ridgewood is accurate driving as mature hardwoods have created tight leafy corridors. There is plenty of variation to Ridgewood’s design, making it highly regarded among both Tour players and amateurs.

ROYAL BIRKDALE

SOUTHPORT, UK | PAR 70

Founded in 1889 and located in Southport, Merseyside, the club was awarded the ‘Royal’ status in 1951. It has hosted the Open Championship ten times since 1954, most recently in 2017, and was chosen twice as the venue for the Ryder Cup.

ROYAL PORTRUSH - DUNLUCE LINKS

PORTRUSH, NORTHERN IRELAND | PAR 72

The Dunluce Links is rated as one of the most challenging and spectacular links courses in the world, and has recently undergone major changes as part of preparations for the 148th British Open in 2019. Originally designed by Harry Colt, the course offers breathtaking golfing landscapes beside the Atlantic Ocean, and includes some of the most stunning holes in golf. The 382 yard 5th hole with scenic views from the elevated tee towards the White Rocks beach behind the green. And 16th hole nicknamed ‘Calamity Corner’, a 236 yard par 3 that is a must play for any follower of the game.

ROYAL TROON

AYRSHIRE, SCOTLAND | PAR 71

This true links course on the west coast of Scotland was founded in 1878 and is home to one of the most famous holes in the game of golf known as the “Postage Stamp”. Granted the ‘Royal’ designation in 1978, it is renowned for both the longest and the shortest hole in the Open Championship.

RUNGSTED GOLF COURSE

RUNGSTED, DENMARK | PAR 72

Located just North of Copenhagen, Rungsted Golf Club is one of Denmark’s oldest and most beautiful parkland courses. The course is set in undulated terrain with plenty of trees, shrubs, lakes and streams, providing a fantastic natural experience. Designed by Charles Atkinson MacKenzie – brother of the famous Augusta National designer Alister MacKenzie. Fun fact: The TrackMan founders were on the Rungsted driving range, when the visions behind the company were established. They are still active members to this date.

SAND RIVER

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 54

Set in a peaceful and beautiful river valley, this challenging 18 hole par 3 course starts inland but heads down to the riverside where a series of fantastic holes await. Course design by Mika Hulkkonen.

SEA ISLAND PLANTATION

GEORGIA, US | PAR 72

The Plantation course is Rees Jones’s masterful combination of two 9-hole courses, one originally designed by the great Walter Travis. It opened for play in 1928 with the plantation’s old corn and cotton barn converted to a clubhouse and unfolds among a forest of ancient live oaks, cedar, and Georgia long-leaf pines. It boasts expansive fairways that give definition to the course and liberal sightlines between holes, enticing the accomplished and inviting the novice.

SEA ISLAND SEASIDE

GEORGIA, US | PAR 70

The Seaside course is an ocean-side links course that combines its beautiful natural setting with a golf course that is both challenging and fun. The beautifully manicured fairways and greens are bordered by sweeping dunes mixed with native grasses, wildflowers, and bunkers. Sea Island’s most dramatic layout, Seaside is routinely ranked among the top 100 courses in the United States. Along with the Plantation Course, it is the home of the PGA TOUR’s RSM Classic, a FedEx cup event hosted by Sea Island touring professional Davis Love III.

SEBONACK

NEW YORK, US | PAR 72

The venue of the 2013 US Women’s Open, features views of the Great Peconic Bay on Long Island. The course was opened in 2006 but blends naturally together with the landscape, as if it was destined to become a golf course.

SENOJA VALLEY

CALIFORNIA, USA | PAR 27

A fun and challenging 9 hole course with progressive skill levels, depending on tee selection and pin positions. From the most forward tee, players can run the ball onto the greens, compared to the back tees, where the player will have to negotiate some more difficult hazards. The greens are fairly flat and there is always a large ‘bail out’ safe area away from the hazards if the player does not have the skill yet to challenge them directly.

SHADOWLANDS

LONG ISLAND, NY | PAR 72

The stunning course built on the sand dunes of continental Southern Europe, challenges the best players in the world. With long and narrow driving areas and undulating greens this golf course can bite at any time on any hole.

SHELTER HARBOR

RHODE ISLAND, US | PAR 71

A fun and challenging 9 hole course with progressive skill levels, depending on tee selection and pin positions. From the most forward tee, players can run the ball onto the greens, compared to the back tees, where the player will have to negotiate some more difficult hazards. The greens are fairly flat and there is always a large ‘bail out’ safe area away from the hazards if the player does not have the skill yet to challenge them directly.

SILVERLEAF CLUB

ARIZONA, US | PAR 72

At Silverleaf, golf returns to the golden age of its origins. Tom Weiskopf has crafted a signature course like no other for members of the private Silverleaf Club, where play is steeped in the game’s most anointed traditions of challenge and reward. With the par-72 championship golf course winding along 7,322 yards of inspiring terrain, it’s golf as it was meant to be played−rounds hard-fought and won in the spirit of competitive camaraderie.

ST ANDREWS LINKS CASTLE COURSE

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND | PAR 71

This stunning course is laid out along a rugged cliff-top with spectacular sea view. The Castle Course is the latest addition to the courses at St Andrews built in 2008, offering a modern yet traditional links course with rugged bunkers and wild grass.

ST ANDREWS LINKS JUBILEE COURSE

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND | PAR 72

The course is beautifully located between the New Course and the sea. Built in 1897, the Jubilee Course is as a championship course considered by many as the most challenging course of all the St Andrews’ famous links courses.

ST ANDREWS LINKS NEW COURSE

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND | PAR 71

Designed by Old Tom Morris and opened for play in 1895 and despite its name, it is considered the oldest ‘New Course’ in the world! The course provides a classic links experience with its undulating fairways, pot bunkers and challenging greens.

ST ANDREWS LINKS OLD COURSE

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND | PAR 72

The Old Course is the Home of Golf and one of the most traditional and iconic golf courses in the world with a history going back to the 16th century. The course has hosted ‘The Open Championship’ more than any other course in the rotation. With unmatched history, the course includes iconic landmarks, such as the Swilcan Bridge on the 18th hole, the ‘Road bunker’ on the 17th hole, and large double greens on 14 of the holes.

SUTTON BAY

SOUTH DAKOTA, US | PAR 72

Sutton Bay has been recognized as one of America’s greatest private golf, hunting and fishing destination clubs. The property is situated overlooking the spectacular Missouri breaks landforms with sweeping and breathtaking views of Lake Oahe. The championship course, designed by Graham Marsh, is a true inland links style reminiscent of those found in Scotland or Ireland.

SUTTON BAY SHORT COURSE

SOUTH DAKOTA, US | PAR 27

The Sutton Bay Short Course, a nine-hole par three course designed by Graham Marsh, is carved out of a beautiful valley just below the lodge. The short course is an absolute test of your short irons and makes for a great start or end to your day of golf at Sutton Bay.

SWEETENS COVE GC

SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN | PAR 36

Sweetens Cove is a beautiful course with unique and challenging green complexes. Located just 25 miles from Chattanooga in South Pittsburg it is ranked the #1 public course in Tennessee.

TAIHEIYO CLUB GOTEMBA COURSE

GOTEMBA, JAPAN | PAR 72

Featuring majestic views of Mount Fuji just west of Tokyo, Japan, the hillside course Gotemba is the flagship of the Taiheiyo Club family. Selected as the No.1 course in Japan by the country’s leading golf magazine it’s no surprise that Gotemba is host to a range of international professional tournaments, including the World Golf Championships.

THE ACES CLUB

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 54

Depending on which tees you select, this 18 hole well wooded parkland par 3 course can either be a gentle stroll or will test you to the max. Watch out for the sting in the tail though! Course design by Matthew Rose.

THE GROVE

HERTFORDSHIRE, UK | PAR 72

The championship golf course, located north-west of London, was the host for the 2016 British Masters on the European Tour. The course combines modern game strategies with great golf traditions.

THE LOST NINE

FICTIONAL COURSE | PAR 27

Get your khakis on and embark on a golfing adventure in the depths of a South American jungle. ‘The lost 9’ is golfing paradise with challenging par 3’s scattered among Inkan temples, volcanoes and dinosaur skeletons! If you can negotiate it’s many hazards, this course will be one to remember. Course design by Kenny Canham.

TRINITY FOREST GOLF CLUB

TEXAS, US | PAR 72

Trinity Forest Golf Club was created explicitly to host prestigious golf championships and is currently the home of the PGA Tour’s AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. This links style golf course resembles many of the great old courses of the Northeast and Great Britain, featuring rolling meadows with tall native grasses and dramatic bunkering and green complexes. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed the course to honor classic golf courses with traditional, strategic golf and great artistry as the guiding philosophy.

WACHUSETT CC

MASSACHUSETTS, US | PAR 72

This club features a breathtaking view of majestic Mount Wachusett and the Wachusett Reservoir. With a nice layout of rolling hills, sudden valleys, and beautiful views, the Wachusett Country Club is a beautiful golf course designed by famous golf course architect, Donald Ross in 1927.

WILSHIRE CC

CALIFORNIA, USPAR 71

Founded in 1919 and set in the historic Hancock Park area of Los Angeles, Wilshire CC was designed as a links golf course with a natural stream giving the course its unmistakable character and challenge. As a player you can enjoy great views toward the famous Hollywood sign and the historic El Royale Hotel while playing golf on a magnificent course that has hosted several Senior PGA and LPGA Tour events – latest in 2019.

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