Located on the outmost edges of the Monterey Peninsula in California, this is one of the most scenic and famous courses in the world. Home to the AT&T National Pro-Am each year, this course is a true test of your game, especially your short game
Located on the Monterey Peninsula, this course is rated one of the most difficult in the world. Spyglass has two distinct terrains - the first five roll through sandy dunes while the rest of the holes are cut through majestic pines with strategically placed ponds and bunkers.
Located on Hilton Head Island, this course is a yearly stop for the PGA tour. This tight layout, with its overhanging mossy trees, demands straight and long tee shots. A great course capped off with the most famous lighthouse in golf.
The Old Course at St. Andrews is the oldest golf course in the world. It is a public course over common lad in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. One of the unique features of the Old Course is the large double greens. The Swilcan Bridge, spanning the 1st and 18th holes, has become a famous icon for golf in the world. Another unique feature is that the course can be played in either direction, clockwise or counter-clockwise.
Designed by Arthur Hills and rated #8 in the top 100 courses by Golf Magazine, Bay Harbor's shoreline along Lake Michigan forms the backdrop for this incomparable beauty. The back nine, known as "The Quarry", winds through an immense shale quarry, complete with a 40 foot gorge, stone cliffs, natural ponds and a gentle waterfall.
Having hosted the 2007 US Women's Open, Pine Needles offers quite the challenge. This long and undulated course has very large greens with very subtle yet dramatic breaks. Pine Needles is one of the many courses in the Pinehurst collection.