Abu Dhabi Golf Club – National Course 2

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

www.adgolfclub.com

Home to the PGA European Tour Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, this course provides a tough but fair challenge, with lush fairways, strategically placed
bunkers and generous greens.

Designed by Peter Harradine in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7397, Professional 6685, Middle 6200, Forward 5722

Arcadia Ranch Golf Course 5

Fictional Design

With strategically placed bunkers, a few blind shots, and some water the layout is relatively straight forward.

Yardage: Championship 7415, Professional 7024, Middle 6627, Forward 6346

Aronimink Country Club 4

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

www.aronimink.org

Host of the 1962 PGA Championship, 1977 U.S. Amateur Championship, 2003 Senior PGA Championship, and 2010 and 2011 AT&T National Championship.
Aronimink is a championship golf course balanced with well-crafted shorter holes that make strategic excellence and accuracy essential.

Designed by Donald Ross in 1926

Yardage: Championship 7190, Professional 6722, Middle 6416, Forward 6011

Augusta National Golf Club 1

Augusta, Georgia

http://www.masters.com/en_US/course/index.html

One of the most famous golf clubs in the world and host to the annual Masters Tournament. The course was formerly a plant nursery and each hole on the
course is named after the tree or shrub with which it has become associated.

Designed by Robert Tyre (Bobby) Jones, Jr. and Dr. Alister Mackenzie in 1932

Yardage: Championship 7391

Autumn Hills Country Club 3

Fictional Design

Gently rolling hills that flows throughout the colorful landscape comfortably.

Yardage: Championship 7266

Autumn Hills 2013

Fictional Design

Features some awkwardly shaped fairways, strategically place bunkers and wasteland, but extemely nice scenery.

Yardage: Championship 7272, Back 6739, Middle 6244, Forward 5728

Bellewood Country Club 4

Pacific, California

Park style golf course with several holes running along the Pacific Ocean. Length is not much of an issue at Big Sur, but the course does require some shot
making capabilities.

Yardage: Back 6541, Middle 6255, Forward 5714

Blue Bayou Golf and Fishing Club 2

Bayou, Louisiana

Set in the bayou country of Louisiana, with tons of trees and an abundance of water including some island greens.

Yardage: Professional 6208, Middle 5548, Forward 4783

Bro Balsta Golf Club 2

Bro, Sweden

www.bbgk.se/se/english

The golf course occupies undulating terrain in an attractive and natural forested setting.

Annika Sorenstam’s home course is set amidst pine trees with great elevation changes.

Designed by Peter Nordwall in 1978

Yardage: Professional 7025, Middle 6359, Forward 5479

Broken Tree Golf Club 1

North Carolina

Nestled in the hills of North Carolina, Broken Tree Golf Club features a rugged layout with several hundred sculpted bunkers.

Yardage: Championship 7266, Professional 6816

Burrangarra 1

Southwest Territory, Australia

Situated in Southwestern Australia, Burrangarra is a links design featuring target golf in the desert with pot bunkers and severely sloped greens.

Yardage: Professional 6884, Forward 5942

Canterbury Golf Club 4

Cleveland, Ohio

www.canterburygc.org

Canterbury Golf Club is nationally recognized as one of the top 100 golf courses in the U.S. It has a rich history of major golf championships including
the US Open, PGA Championship, Senior Open, US Amateur Championship, and Senior PGA Championship.

Designed by Herbert Strong in 1921

Yardage: Championship 7061, Professional 6660, Middle 6251, Forward 5891

Carnoustie Golf Links 3

Carnoustie, Angus, United Kingdom

www.carnoustiegolflinks.co.uk

Home of the Open Championship in 1931, 1937, 1953, 1968, 1975, 1999, 2007 & 2018. The Championship Course is one of the ten oldest courses in the world
featuring a links style crisscrossing the Barry Burn.

Designed by Old Tom Morris 1870 and redesigned by James Braid in 1926

Yardage: Championship 7428, Professional 7014, Back 6722, Middle 6434, Forward 6193

Chestnut Plain 2

Fictional Design

Narrow with tons of trees and a fair amount of bunkers and water.

Yardage: Professional 6738, Middle 6489, Forward 6226

Club de golf le Fontainebleau 2

Blainville, Quebec, Canada

www.fr.fontainebleau.clublink.ca/

Featuring undulating greens, wide fairways with classically styled bold bunkers this course was host to the Montreal Open on the Champions Tour in 2010 and
2011.

Designed by Graham Cooke and Darrell Huxham in 2003

Yardage: Championship 6991, Professional 6591, Back 6177, Middle 5700, Forward 5280

Coeur D’Alene Resort 2

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

www.cdaresort.com/discover/golf

The course boasts a view of the lake from every hole and is designed around four distinct geographic features: an expansive lakeshore, a forested ridge,
gently rolling woodlands and Fernan Creek. Best known for the Famous Floating Green on the 14th hole.

Designed by Scott Miller in 1991

Yardage: Championship 6764, Professional 6372, Back 5964, Middle 5516, Forward 5355

Cog Hill Golf and Country Club – Course #4 (Dubsdread) 2

Lemont, Illinois

www.coghillgolf.com

Hosted the PGA Tour’s Western Open Championship (1991-2006), BMW Championship (2007, 2009-2011) as well as the U.S. Amateur Championship (1997).

Designed by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee in 1964 and redesigned by Rees Jones in 2008

Yardage: Championship 7369, Professional 6914, Back 6460, Middle 6124, Forward 5609

Congressional Country Club – Blue Course 2

Bethesda, Maryland

www.ccclub.org

Host of the 1964 U.S. Open, 1976 PGA Championship, 1995 U.S. Senior Open, 1997 US Open, and 2011 US Open.

Designed by Devereux Emmet 1924, redesigned by Robert Trent Jones in 1957, and redesigned by Rees Jones in 1989 and 2006

Yardage: Championship 7499, Professional 6905, Middle 6455, Forward 5848

Cougar Ridge Golf Club 3

Manitoba, Canada

Undulating course set by a stunning mountain range in Manitoba, Canada and cutting through a dense pine forest with narrow fairways.

Yardage: Championship 7235, Professional 7069, Back 6738, Middle 6587, Forward 5994

Country Club of Charleston 2

Charleston, South Carolina

www.countryclubofcharleston.com/viewCustomPage.aspx?id=24

The course traverses through pristine marsh, creeks and waterways, providing incredible views.

Designed by Seth Raynor in 1926

Yardage: Professional 6690, Middle 6219, Forward 5520

Cranberry Highlands Golf Course 5

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania

www.cranberrytownship.org/index.aspx?NID=1051

Cranberry Highlands features a well-balanced natural environment in which golfers and wildlife live and play in harmony. Named the Best Municipal Golf
Course in Pennsylvania by Golf Digest.

Designed by Bill Love in 2001

Yardage:

Culebrita Golf Club 5

Puerto Rico

Beautiful course set on a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico with every hole running along the ocean.

Yardage: Championship 7421, Professional 7044, Middle 6362, Forward 5357

Dallas National Golf Club

Dallas, Texas

www.dallasnationalgolfclub.com

Ranked #1 in Texas by Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses and #59 in the United States.

Designed by Tom Fazio in 2002

Yardage: Championship 7233, Professional 6715, Middle 6166, Forward 5569

Del Paso Country Club 4

Sacramento, California

www.delpasocountryclub.com

Del Paso’s park style design provides an enjoyable and challenging golf experience for all skill levels. Will host the 2015 US Senior Open.

Designed by John Black in 1916 and redesigned by Kyle Phillips in 2006

Yardage: Championship 7147, Professional 6841, Middle 6439, Forward 6104

Devil’s Garden 2

Arizona

Tough desert course located in Arizona featuring a mix of desert, bunkers, cacti and trees for a unique layout and feel.

Yardage: Professional 7043, Middle 6626, Forward 6263

El Cortante 4

Sierra Mountain, Spain

Parkland course set in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the Andalucia region of Spain.

Yardage: Professional 7143, Middle 6908, Forward 6675

Emirates Golf Club – Majlis Course 2

Emirates Hills, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

www.dubaigolf.com/emirates-golf-club.aspx

Host of the European Tour Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. Emirates Golf Club was the first all grass championship golf course in
the Middle East.

Designed by Karl Litten in 1988

Yardage: Championship 7307, Tournament 6903, Middle 6528, Forward 5522

Enchanted Forest 1

Fictional Design

Tree sized mushrooms and beautiful vistas set far away in a distant land. Few bunkers and little to no water make this course a fun one to play.

Yardage: Middle 6581, Forward 5241

Estonia Golf and Country Club 3

Manniva, Estonia

www.egcc.ee/et/

Winding its way along the Baltic Coast and Jagala River Delta this is one of only eight PGA Tour courses in Europe.

Designed by Lassi Pekka Tilander in 2006

Yardage: Professional 7056, Middle 6390, Forward 5812

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu Golf Club 2

Quebec, Canada

www.fairmont.com/richelieu-charlevoix/golf

Magnificent views, rolling hills and spectacular elevation changes at the #7 ranked Golf Resort in the World.

Designed by Herbert Strong in 1925

Yardage: Professional 6355, Middle 5768, Forward 5145

Firestone Country Club – South Course 3

Akron, Ohio

www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/Firestone-Country-Club

Former site of the World Series of Golf and now the present home of the World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational. Noted for it’s length, the
course includes a series of intimidating, long par-4s and one of the longest par 5’s in hole #16 known as “The Monster”.

Designed by Bert Way in 1929 and redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1960

Yardage: Championship 7307, Professional 7008, Middle 6471

Glen Oak Country Club

Glen Ellyn, Illinois

www.glenoakcountryclub.com

With acres of trees and natural areas, the course is a supreme example of the care and maintenance exhibited by private clubs. The par 72 layout features a
creek and two ponds and can be played from five tee options.

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1911

Yardage: Professional 6858, Middle 6490, Forward 5915

Green Valley Country Club 3

Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania

www.greenvalleycc.org

Gently rolling hills on 182 acres the golf course flows throughout the landscape comfortably.

Designed by William Flynn in 1924

Yardage: Professional 6754, Middle 6297, Forward 5783

Groningen Golf Links 5

Groningen, Netherlands

Although fairways are narrow here in Groningen, there is plenty of room to miss left and right. Water is non-existent do enjoy an easy round here.

Yardage: Professional 7088, Middle 6512, Forward 5682

Gut Kaden Golf and Land Club 4

Hamburg, Germany

www.gutkaden.de/

Hosted over 20 European PGA Tour Events most recently the 2011 Championship of Europe. The course is relatively flat with water providing the greatest
hazards.

Designed by Frank Pennink in 1984

Yardage: Championship 7146, Professional 6595, Middle 5862, Forward 5678

Hanauma Cliffs Golf Club 2

Oahu, Hawaii

Set on an old lava flow along the edge of the Pacific Ocean on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu.

Yardage: Championship 7144, Professional 6864, Back 6588, Middle 6286, Forward 5928

Hazeltine National Golf Club 2

Chasta, Minnesota

www.hazeltinenational.com

An immaculate 18-hole course spanning rolling hills, mature woods, picturesque lakes and vast prairies. Host of the 2016 Ryder Cup. Host of the US Open in
1970 and 1991, PGA Championship in 2002 and 2009, and the US Senior Open in 1983.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1962

Yardage: Championship 7330, Professional 6910, Back 6588, Middle 6296, Forward 5690

Heron Point Country Club 5

Fictional Design

Pretty course with open fairways, white sand bunkers, palm trees and sparkling ponds.

Yardage: Professional 6637, Back 6369, Middle 5647, Forward 4771

Heron Pointe Golf Club 5

Fictional Design

Featuring water on a number of holes, large bunkers but few in number and a fairly open and straight forward layout.

Yardage: Professional 7110, Back 6706, Middle 6052, Forward 5317

Hidden Shoals Golf Club 1

Fictional Design

Set on an island with lots of water, fabulous rock formations and steep hills.

Yardage: Middle 6647, Forward 5900

Hills of Clarity 4

Southwest Tibet

Nestled in a mountain range in southwest Tibet – every hole is less than 115 yards. Par 3 course

Yardage: Middle1660

Inlet Links Golf Club 4

Inlet, New York

www.inletgolfclub.com

Scenic, resort course with spectacular views of the mountains.

Yardage: Professional 7241, Middle 6571, Forward 5782

Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club – Island Course 2

Palm Harbor, Florida

www.innisbrookgolfresort.com

The Island Course is a picturesque layout with tight fairways, intimidating water hazards, abundant bunkers and extraordinary elevation changes.

Designed by Larry Packard in 1970

Yardage: Professional 6901, Back 6618, Middle 6161, Forward 5589

Kennemer Golf and Country Club 2

Zandvoort, Netherlands

www.kennemergolf.nl/Home.html

Host for the PGA European KLM Dutch Open. A classic links course with undulating ground, dunes, and gorse.

Yardage: Back 6603, Middle 6099, Forward 5383

Kingsbarns Golf Links 3

St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.kingsbarns.com

St. Andrews links course set in an amphitheater along the rugged coast, nearly every hole boasts spectacular views of the North Sea. Host venue of the
annual PGA European Tour’s prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Designed by Kyle Phillips in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7051, Professional 6635, Back 6197, Middle 5870, Forward 5216

Kungsangen Golf Club – Kings Course 3

Kungsängen, Sweden

www.kungsangengc.se

The Kings Course has large undulating greens with strategically placed bunkers and is host of the PGA European Tour’s Scandinavian Masters.

Designed by Anders Forsbrand in 1993

Yardage: Professional 6936, Middle 6447, Forward 5339

La Luna Naranja Golf Club 3

Fictional Design

Stunning scenery and views along with rolling hills and undulating fairways makes this course a joy to play.

Yardage: Professional 7094, Middle 6576

La Tempete Golf Club 4

Breakeyville, Quebec, Canada

www.golflatempete.com/en/accueil.asp

This course is player friendly with its undulating fairways. Home of the Champions Tour’s Quebec Open.

Designed by Darrell J. Huxham

Yardage: Championship 7085, Professional 6627, Back 6167, Middle 5735, Forward 5312

LedgeRock Golf Club

Mohnton, Pennsylvania

www.ledgerockgolf.com

The course was crafted from 210 acres of pristine land from a former nursery, farm and estate, featuring open fields, ponds, elevation changes and wooded
areas. It captures the essence of a classic, old style course by maintaining the scenic beauty and elegant rustic nature of the original landscape.

Designed by Rees Jones in 2006

Yardage: Championship 7223, Professional 6780, Middle 6380, Forward 5693

Little Tree Championship 1

Charlotte, North Carolina

Nestled in the hills of North Carolina with a long layout, small greens and several hundred sculptured bunkers. Maybe the toughest course available to
play.

Yardage: Championship 7402

Lone Wolf 2

Fictional Design

Surrounded by mountains and dotted with fir trees this course is very scenic.

Yardage: Professional 6762, Back 6243, Middle 5671, Forward 5133

Lookaway Golf Club

Buckingham, Pennsylvania

www.lookawaygc.com

The 7,000-yard championship course, acclaimed by Golf Digest magazine as the 18th top ranked course in Pennsylvania, encompasses 207 acres and is defined
by seclusion, tranquility and dedication to golf.

Designed by Rees Jones in 1999

Yardage: Championship 7137, Professional 6680, Middle 6378, Forward 6013

Medinah Country Club – Course #3 1

Medinah, llinois

www.medinahcc.org

Host of the 2012 Ryder Cup as well as the PGA Tour Western Open in 1939, 1962, and 1966. Also hosted the US Open in 1949, 1975, and 1990 along with the PGA
Championship in 1999 and 2006.

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1924 and redesigned by Rees Jones in 2003

Yardage: Championship 7557, Professional 7107, Back 6769, Middle 6601

Montour Heights Country Club

Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

www.montourheightscc.com

Boasts a beautiful 230-acre facility that utilizes the natural elevation changes in the region to provide a challenging and picturesque round of golf.

Designed by Pete Dye in 1987

Yardage: Professional 6682, Back 6127, Middle 5646, Forward 5090

Muirfield Village Golf Club 1

Dublin, Ohio

www.mvgc.org/

Hosted the 1992 U.S. Amateur, 1987 Ryder Cup, 1998 Solheim Cup, 1986 U.S. Junior Amateur, and the 2013 Presidents Cup. This Jack Nicklaus designed course
is set in rolling terrain and home of the annual PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1974

Yardage: Championship 7315, Professional 6728, Middle 6356, Forward 5631

Oak Field 1

Nova Scotia, Canada

Park style course with heavily bunkered greens, water on a number of holes, and overhanging trees.

Yardage: Championship 7048, Professional 6802, Back 6457, Middle 6156, Forward 5774

Oakmont Country Club 3

Oakmont, Pennsylvania

www.oakmont-countryclub.org

Has hosted more USGA and PGA championships than any other course, including eight US Opens, five US Amateurs, three PGA Championships, and two U.S. Women’s
Opens. Course features 210 deep bunkers (including the famous Church Pews) and tight fairways requiring the utmost precision.

Designed by Henry Fownes in 1903

Yardage: Championship 7108, Professional 6710, Middle 6402, Forward 6075

Pebble Beach Golf Links 2

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com

Site of golf’s most prestigious tournaments, including the annual AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and five U.S. Open Championships including the
2010 U.S. Open and 2019 US Open.

Designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant in 1919

Yardage: Championship 6824, Professional 6585, Back 6369, Middle 6147, Forward 5443

Pelican Hill Golf Club – Ocean South Course 2

Newport Beach, California

www.pelicanhill.com

Ocean South is a flow of contrasts: from brush gardens framed by sage and eucalyptus trees to the greens dropped at every side by deep chasms. The sheer
variety of vegetation makes playing the course quite the experience surrounded by appealing hints at florals and the ocean.

Designed by Tom Fazio in 1991

Yardage: Championship 6570, Professional 6244, Back 5825, Middle 5439, Forward 4743

Portmarnock Golf Club

Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland

www.portmarnockgolfclub.ie/

Venue for the first Irish Open in 1927, and has hosted the tournament on many occasions since, including 13 times following its revival in 1975. Opening in
1894, Portmarnock is arguably the best Championship Course in Ireland.

Designed by William Pickeman in 1894

Yardage: Championship 7474, Middle 6865, Forward 6150

Prairie Dunes Country Club 3

Hutchinson, Kansas

www.prairiedunes.com/

A links style course which calls for skill and craftiness rather than brute force. Hosted several USGA events including the US Mid-Amateur, US Women’s
Amateur, US Senior Amateur, US Women’s Open, and US Senior Open.

Designed by Perry Maxwell in 1937

Yardage: Professional 6706, Middle 6206, Forward 5598

Quail Hollow Club 3

Charlotte, North Carolina

www.quailhollowclub.com/

The course captures the beauty as well as the challenging terrain of the Piedmont region. The club hosted the Kemper Open from 1969 through 1979, the
PaineWebber Invitational from 1983 through 1989, and has hosted the Wells Fargo Championship since it debuted in 2003.

Designed by George Cobb in 1961, redesigned by Arnold Palmer in 1986 and by Tom Fazio in 1997

Yardage: Championship 7306, Middle 6618, Forward 6097

Quicksilver Golf Club

Midway, Pennsylvania

www.quicksilvergolf.com

Tucked among Western Pennsylvania’s rolling hills, you’ll find the fairways lush and the greens fast and true. Hosted a Senior PGA TOUR event and
Nationwide Tour Event. Ranked best public golf course in Pittsburgh and Top 15 courses in Pennsylvania.

Designed by Don Nagode in 1971

Yardage: Professional 7115, Middle 6580, Forward 5330

Renaissance Club 4

Fictional Design

Park style course with great mountain views and undulating fairways.

Yardage: Professional 6977, Middle 6344, Forward 5761

Richlands Country Club 4

Nashville, Tennessee

www.richlandcc.com/

Nestled on 170 acres of rolling hills with breathtaking views, Richland Country Club is steeped in the history, elegance and grace of Tennessee.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1988

Yardage: Professional 6897, Middle 6458, Forward 5717

Rocky Mountains Golf Resort 3

Fictional Design

Set in the Canadian Rockies however the course is relatively flat with strategically placed bunkers and a fair amount of water.

Yardage: Professional 7130, Back 6588, Middle 6092, Forward 5600

Royal Harare Golf Club 3

Harare, Zimbabwe

Home of the Zimbabwe Open on the South African Tour. While there are no water hazards on the golf course, there are plenty of fairway and greenside bunkers
to protect par. Home course of Nick Price.

Designed in 1880, redesigned by Fred Hawtree in 1950, and redesigned by Steve Smyers in 1990

Yardage: Professional 7130, Back 6956, Middle 6583, Forward 5830

Royal Troon – The Old Course 1

Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland

www.royaltroon.co.uk/

The Club has hosted the Open Championship eight times in 1923, 1959, 1962, 1973, 1982, 1989, and 2004. It will also host the event in 2016. True links
layout with holes running through the dunes.

Designed by Charles Walker in 1879

Yardage: Championship 7129, Professional 6792, Middle 6529, Forward 5962

Saxe Gotha 1

Lexington, South Carolina

Based on the topography and vegetation around Lexington this course is short in length, but not easy to master with its narrow doglegged fairways.

Yardage: Professional 6920, Back 6638, Middle 6238, Forward 5709

Sewickley Heights Golf Club

Sewickley, Pennsylvania

www.shgc.org/

Located on over 180 acres outside of Pittsburgh, this course is challenging yet fun to play.

Designed by Ferdinand Garbin in 1961

Yardage: Professional 6963, Back 6647, Middle 6359, Forward 5757

Snake Pit 1

Utah

Scenic Utah setting with danger lurking around every corner this is target golf, which can lead to some frustration.

Yardage: Back 6406, Middle 6021, Forward 5188

Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club 2

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

www.golfandshootingshj.com

Set around a man-made lake, which offers a beautiful contrast to the Middle Eastern desert. While a pleasure to play it is a challenge to par.

Designed by Peter Harradine

Championship 3720, Professional 3583, Back 3437, Middle 3296, Forward 3244

Somerset Hills Country Club 4

Bernardsville, New Jersey

www.somersetcc.org/

Variety is the key with an open front nine laid out on an old racetrack and a back nine through rolling wooded terrain with streams and a pond.

Designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1917

Yardage: Back 6613, Middle 6209, Forward 5670

Spyglass Hill Golf Course 1

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com/golf/spyglass-hill-golf-course

The first five holes roll through sandy seaside dunes challenging you to carefully pick the safest path. The following 13 holes are cut through majestic
pines with elevated greens and strategically placed bunkers and lakes to grab the errant shot.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. in 1966

Yardage: Professional 6829, Back 6458, Middle 6087, Forward 5374

St. Andrews Links – The Jubilee Course 3

St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.standrews.com

Links course created on a narrow strip of land next to the sea, named in honor of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897

Yardage: Professional 6735, Middle 6421

St. Andrews Links – The Old Course 2

St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.standrews.com

The Old Course is home of The Open Championship and has hosted this major 28 times since 1873, most recently in 2010. The oldest and most iconic golf
course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognized across the globe.

Yardage: Championship 7127, Professional 6917, Back 6534, Middle 6339, Forward 6050

Sunningdale Country Club 2

Scarsdale, New York

www.sunningdale.org/

Lush parkland course featuring narrow tree lined fairways across gently, rolling hills and challenging small, fast greens.

Designed by Seth Raynor in 1918

Yardage: Professional 6649, Middle 6214, Forward 5745

Tall Pines 4

Fictional Design

Featuring water on a number of holes, large bunkers but few in number and a fairly open and straight forward layout.

Yardage: Championship 7279, Professional 7042, Back 6792

Tanah Merah Country Club

Singapore

www.tmcc.org.sg/

The Garden Course has its unique touch of lakes surrounded by mature trees, multi-hued flowers and tropical foliage. Ranked #1 course in Singapore.

Designed by Thomson, Wolveridge, Fream and Associates in 1984

Yardage: Championship 6698, Professional 6342, Back 5965, Middle 5645, Forward 5361

The Belfry – The Brabazon Course 2

Warwickshire, United Kingdom

www.thebelfry.co.uk/golf/our-courses/

The majestic fairways and carpet-smooth greens of The Brabazon form a world-famous stage on which some of golf’s most exhilarating dramas have played out.
The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993, and 2002 as well as numerous PGA European Tour events.

Designed by Dave Thomas and Peter Alliss

Yardage: Championship 7044, Professional 6653, Back 6437, Middle 6214, Forward 5754

The Belfry – PGA National Course 3

Warwickshire, United Kingdom

www.thebelfry.co.uk/golf/our-courses/

Inland links appearance offering hard, fast fairways, wide open undulating greens and cavernous bunkers.

Designed by Dave Thomas

Yardage: Professional 7013, Middle 6614, Forward 6056

The Celtic Manor Resort – Twenty Ten Course 2

Newport, South Wales, United Kingdom

www.celtic-manor.com

Prepared for the 2010 Ryder Cup, The Twenty Ten Course was built specifically for the event. With water hazards on half of its holes, the course has six
signature holes and presents many more memorable tests and risk-and-reward dilemmas.

Designed by Ross McMurray in 2007

Yardage: Championship 7391, Professional 6869, Middle 6343, Forward 5657

The Crossing 3

Fictional Design

Water on a number of holes, narrow doglegged fairways and large deep bunkers. Relatively short course.

Yardage: Back 6372, Middle 5610, Forward 4696

The Heretic 2

Fictional Design

Narrow fairways, lots of trees, fair amount of water and small bunkers.

Yardage: Professional 7010, Middle 6268, Forward 5570

The Hollow 2

Fictional Design

Park style course with target golf to well bunkered greens.

Yardage: Professional 7285, Back 6810, Middle 6522

The Links at Spanish Bay 2

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com/golf/the-links-at-spanish-bay

Scottish links style course on the Monterey coast with most holes tightly guarded by the natural preserve dunes.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Tom Watson and Sandy Tatum in 1987

Yardage: Professional 6794, Back 6383, Middle 5980, Forward 5438

The Manor 4

Fictional Design

Pretty course with relatively open fairways dotted with bunkers and water coming into play on a few holes.

Yardage: Professional 6820, Middle 6254, Forward 5485

The Olympic Club – The Lake Course

San Francisco, California

www.olyclub.com

The Olympic Club has hosted five US Opens, in 1955, 1966, 1987, 1998 and 2012, as well as three US Amateurs in 1958, 1981, and 2007.

Designed by Sam Whiting and Willie Watson in 1924

Yardage: Championship 7137, Professional 6675, Middle 6310, Forward 5774

The Quarry at Giants Ridge

Biwabik, Minnesota

www.giantsridge.com

The Quarry was built on the site of an old sand and gravel mining operation, and is now the #1 public golf course in Minnesota, according to Golf Digest.
Since its opening, it has also been ranked in the top 20 public courses in the United States.

Designed by Jeff Brauer in 2003

Yardage: Championship 7136, Professional 6686, Middle 6249, Forward 5707

The Ridges Golf Course

Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

www.ridgesgolfcourse.com

Located in Central Wisconsin’s picturesque Wood County the course combines scenic terrain with challenging golf and impeccable views.

Designed by John Murgatroyd in 1963

Yardage: Championship 6955, Professional 6385, Back 5960, Middle 5285, Forward 5014

The Wisley Golf Club England 1

Surrey, England

www.thewisley.com/

An open links layout, where several holes are skirted by small lakes. Plenty of deep rough will also encourage you to keep your ball as close as possible
to the good-width, gently undulating fairways.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. in 1991

Yardage: Professional 7190, Back 6529, Middle 6113, Forward 5348

Totteridge Golf Club

Greensburg, Pennsylvania

www.totteridgegolfcourse.com

The golf course is unique to Western Pennsylvania with its links design, wide fairways, multiple tees, and large greens. This Rees Jones design is ranked
the 11th best golf course in the state of Pennsylvania.

Designed by Rees Jones in 2001

Yardage: Championship 7385, Professional 6825, Middle 6319, Forward 5686

Trump National Doral Miami – The Blue Monster 2

Doral, Florida

www.trumphotelcollection.com/miami/miami-golf-resorts.php

Current and future home to the World Golf Championships- Cadillac Championship. Challenging and spectacular course with strategically placed bunkers
requiring length and finesse in order to score well.

Designed by Dick Wilson in 1962 and redesigned by Gil Hanse in 2014

Yardage: Championship 7235, Professional 6955, Back 6669, Middle 6258, Forward 5543

Trump National Doral Miami – The Great White Course 1

Doral, Florida

www.trumphotelcollection.com/miami/miami-golf-resorts.php

Blend of strategically demanding fairways with hundreds of palm trees and water coming into play on 14 of the 18 holes. Host to the PGA TOUR’s Franklin
Templeton Shoot-Out in 2000.

Designed by Greg Norman in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7179, Professional 6714, Back 6243, Middle 5785, Forward 5268

Trump Turnberry Resort – Ailsa Course 2

South Ayrshire, Scotland

www.turnberry.co.uk/

Inspiring rolling hills, sandy dunes, a stiff breeze blowing off the Ayrshire coast make for a breathtaking landscape. Home to four Open Championships in
1977, 1986, 1994, and 2009.

Designed by James Miller in 1906

Yardage: Champonship 7171, Professional 6686, Back 6270, Middle 6025, Forward 5602

Valley of Tranquility 1

Southwest Tibet

Nestled in a mountain range in southwest Tibet with steep hills and deep ravines. Target golf at its finest.

Yardage: Middle 6399, Forward 5679

Vanajanlinna Golf Course 2

Hameenlinna, Finland

www.linnagolf.fi/en/

Home to the PGA European’s Finnish Open. The landscape takes full advantage of the splendid old woods in the area.

Designed by Tim Lobb in 2005

Yardage: Championship 7272, Middle 6487, Forward 5620

Village Links of Glen Ellyn

Glen Ellyn, Illinois

www.villagelinksgolf.com

This top-rated, 7,200 yard championship 18-hole course is one of the elite layouts in the Midwest, having hosted 42 USGA and PGA Tour Qualifiers. The
modern layout features 118 bunkers and 22 lakes, with water coming into play on 15 of the 18 holes.

Designed by David Gill in 1975 and redesigned by Garrett Gill in 2001

Yardage: Championship 7230, Professional 6768, Middle 6368, Forward 5646

Wakonda Club

Des Moines, Iowa

www.wakondaclub.com

The club is proud to be ranked within the top three golf courses in the state of Iowa. The superior course conditioning is well known in the state and
Midwest. Has been the host course for the 1947 Western Open, 1963 US Amateur, and the 1939 NCAA Championship.

Designed by William B. Langford in 1922

Yardage: Championship 6913, Professional 6640, Middle 6286, Forward 5619

Willow Lakes Golf Course 3

Offutt AFB, Nebraska

www.offutt55fss.com/willow-lakes-golf-course/

Set in the remnants of an old forest the course takes its name from the trees and natural lakes it was built around

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Yardage: Championship 7312, Professional 7071, Back 6830

Whitford Country Club

Exton, Pennsylvania

www.whitfordcc.com/

Nestled in the heart of Chester County, the course offers breathtaking scenery and extraordinary landscapes. The championship course provides golfers at
all skill levels some of the most prestigious holes in the Philadelphia area.

Designed by William Gordon in 1956

Yardage: Professional 6917, Back 6569, Middle 6285, Forward 6068

Abu Dhabi Golf Club – National Course 2

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

www.adgolfclub.com

Home to the PGA European Tour Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, this course provides a tough but fair challenge, with lush fairways, strategically placed
bunkers and generous greens.

Designed by Peter Harradine in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7397, Professional 6685, Middle 6200, Forward 5722

Arcadia Ranch Golf Course 5

Fictional Design

With strategically placed bunkers, a few blind shots, and some water the layout is relatively straight forward.

Yardage: Championship 7415, Professional 7024, Middle 6627, Forward 6346

Aronimink Country Club 4

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

www.aronimink.org

Host of the 1962 PGA Championship, 1977 U.S. Amateur Championship, 2003 Senior PGA Championship, and 2010 and 2011 AT&T National Championship.
Aronimink is a championship golf course balanced with well-crafted shorter holes that make strategic excellence and accuracy essential.

Designed by Donald Ross in 1926

Yardage: Championship 7190, Professional 6722, Middle 6416, Forward 6011

Augusta National Golf Club 1

Augusta, Georgia

http://www.masters.com/en_US/course/index.html

One of the most famous golf clubs in the world and host to the annual Masters Tournament. The course was formerly a plant nursery and each hole on the
course is named after the tree or shrub with which it has become associated.

Designed by Robert Tyre (Bobby) Jones, Jr. and Dr. Alister Mackenzie in 1932

Yardage: Championship 7391

Autumn Hills Country Club 3

Fictional Design

Gently rolling hills that flows throughout the colorful landscape comfortably.

Yardage: Championship 7266

Autumn Hills 2013

Fictional Design

Features some awkwardly shaped fairways, strategically place bunkers and wasteland, but extemely nice scenery.

Yardage: Championship 7272, Back 6739, Middle 6244, Forward 5728

Bellewood Country Club 4

Pacific, California

Park style golf course with several holes running along the Pacific Ocean. Length is not much of an issue at Big Sur, but the course does require some shot
making capabilities.

Yardage: Back 6541, Middle 6255, Forward 5714

Blue Bayou Golf and Fishing Club 2

Bayou, Louisiana

Set in the bayou country of Louisiana, with tons of trees and an abundance of water including some island greens.

Yardage: Professional 6208, Middle 5548, Forward 4783

Bro Balsta Golf Club 2

Bro, Sweden

www.bbgk.se/se/english

The golf course occupies undulating terrain in an attractive and natural forested setting.

Annika Sorenstam’s home course is set amidst pine trees with great elevation changes.

Designed by Peter Nordwall in 1978

Yardage: Professional 7025, Middle 6359, Forward 5479

Broken Tree Golf Club 1

North Carolina

Nestled in the hills of North Carolina, Broken Tree Golf Club features a rugged layout with several hundred sculpted bunkers.

Yardage: Championship 7266, Professional 6816

Burrangarra 1

Southwest Territory, Australia

Situated in Southwestern Australia, Burrangarra is a links design featuring target golf in the desert with pot bunkers and severely sloped greens.

Yardage: Professional 6884, Forward 5942

Canterbury Golf Club 4

Cleveland, Ohio

www.canterburygc.org

Canterbury Golf Club is nationally recognized as one of the top 100 golf courses in the U.S. It has a rich history of major golf championships including
the US Open, PGA Championship, Senior Open, US Amateur Championship, and Senior PGA Championship.

Designed by Herbert Strong in 1921

Yardage: Championship 7061, Professional 6660, Middle 6251, Forward 5891

Carnoustie Golf Links 3

Carnoustie, Angus, United Kingdom

www.carnoustiegolflinks.co.uk

Home of the Open Championship in 1931, 1937, 1953, 1968, 1975, 1999, 2007 & 2018. The Championship Course is one of the ten oldest courses in the world
featuring a links style crisscrossing the Barry Burn.

Designed by Old Tom Morris 1870 and redesigned by James Braid in 1926

Yardage: Championship 7428, Professional 7014, Back 6722, Middle 6434, Forward 6193

Chestnut Plain 2

Fictional Design

Narrow with tons of trees and a fair amount of bunkers and water.

Yardage: Professional 6738, Middle 6489, Forward 6226

Club de golf le Fontainebleau 2

Blainville, Quebec, Canada

www.fr.fontainebleau.clublink.ca/

Featuring undulating greens, wide fairways with classically styled bold bunkers this course was host to the Montreal Open on the Champions Tour in 2010 and
2011.

Designed by Graham Cooke and Darrell Huxham in 2003

Yardage: Championship 6991, Professional 6591, Back 6177, Middle 5700, Forward 5280

Coeur D’Alene Resort 2

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

www.cdaresort.com/discover/golf

The course boasts a view of the lake from every hole and is designed around four distinct geographic features: an expansive lakeshore, a forested ridge,
gently rolling woodlands and Fernan Creek. Best known for the Famous Floating Green on the 14th hole.

Designed by Scott Miller in 1991

Yardage: Championship 6764, Professional 6372, Back 5964, Middle 5516, Forward 5355

Cog Hill Golf and Country Club – Course #4 (Dubsdread) 2

Lemont, Illinois

www.coghillgolf.com

Hosted the PGA Tour’s Western Open Championship (1991-2006), BMW Championship (2007, 2009-2011) as well as the U.S. Amateur Championship (1997).

Designed by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee in 1964 and redesigned by Rees Jones in 2008

Yardage: Championship 7369, Professional 6914, Back 6460, Middle 6124, Forward 5609

Congressional Country Club – Blue Course 2

Bethesda, Maryland

www.ccclub.org

Host of the 1964 U.S. Open, 1976 PGA Championship, 1995 U.S. Senior Open, 1997 US Open, and 2011 US Open.

Designed by Devereux Emmet 1924, redesigned by Robert Trent Jones in 1957, and redesigned by Rees Jones in 1989 and 2006

Yardage: Championship 7499, Professional 6905, Middle 6455, Forward 5848

Cougar Ridge Golf Club 3

Manitoba, Canada

Undulating course set by a stunning mountain range in Manitoba, Canada and cutting through a dense pine forest with narrow fairways.

Yardage: Championship 7235, Professional 7069, Back 6738, Middle 6587, Forward 5994

Country Club of Charleston 2

Charleston, South Carolina

www.countryclubofcharleston.com/viewCustomPage.aspx?id=24

The course traverses through pristine marsh, creeks and waterways, providing incredible views.

Designed by Seth Raynor in 1926

Yardage: Professional 6690, Middle 6219, Forward 5520

Cranberry Highlands Golf Course 5

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania

www.cranberrytownship.org/index.aspx?NID=1051

Cranberry Highlands features a well-balanced natural environment in which golfers and wildlife live and play in harmony. Named the Best Municipal Golf
Course in Pennsylvania by Golf Digest.

Designed by Bill Love in 2001

Yardage:

Culebrita Golf Club 5

Puerto Rico

Beautiful course set on a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico with every hole running along the ocean.

Yardage: Championship 7421, Professional 7044, Middle 6362, Forward 5357

Dallas National Golf Club

Dallas, Texas

www.dallasnationalgolfclub.com

Ranked #1 in Texas by Golf Digest’s Top 100 Courses and #59 in the United States.

Designed by Tom Fazio in 2002

Yardage: Championship 7233, Professional 6715, Middle 6166, Forward 5569

Del Paso Country Club 4

Sacramento, California

www.delpasocountryclub.com

Del Paso’s park style design provides an enjoyable and challenging golf experience for all skill levels. Will host the 2015 US Senior Open.

Designed by John Black in 1916 and redesigned by Kyle Phillips in 2006

Yardage: Championship 7147, Professional 6841, Middle 6439, Forward 6104

Devil’s Garden 2

Arizona

Tough desert course located in Arizona featuring a mix of desert, bunkers, cacti and trees for a unique layout and feel.

Yardage: Professional 7043, Middle 6626, Forward 6263

El Cortante 4

Sierra Mountain, Spain

Parkland course set in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in the Andalucia region of Spain.

Yardage: Professional 7143, Middle 6908, Forward 6675

Emirates Golf Club – Majlis Course 2

Emirates Hills, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

www.dubaigolf.com/emirates-golf-club.aspx

Host of the European Tour Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. Emirates Golf Club was the first all grass championship golf course in
the Middle East.

Designed by Karl Litten in 1988

Yardage: Championship 7307, Tournament 6903, Middle 6528, Forward 5522

Enchanted Forest 1

Fictional Design

Tree sized mushrooms and beautiful vistas set far away in a distant land. Few bunkers and little to no water make this course a fun one to play.

Yardage: Middle 6581, Forward 5241

Estonia Golf and Country Club 3

Manniva, Estonia

www.egcc.ee/et/

Winding its way along the Baltic Coast and Jagala River Delta this is one of only eight PGA Tour courses in Europe.

Designed by Lassi Pekka Tilander in 2006

Yardage: Professional 7056, Middle 6390, Forward 5812

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu Golf Club 2

Quebec, Canada

www.fairmont.com/richelieu-charlevoix/golf

Magnificent views, rolling hills and spectacular elevation changes at the #7 ranked Golf Resort in the World.

Designed by Herbert Strong in 1925

Yardage: Professional 6355, Middle 5768, Forward 5145

Firestone Country Club – South Course 3

Akron, Ohio

www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/Firestone-Country-Club

Former site of the World Series of Golf and now the present home of the World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational. Noted for it’s length, the
course includes a series of intimidating, long par-4s and one of the longest par 5’s in hole #16 known as “The Monster”.

Designed by Bert Way in 1929 and redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Sr. in 1960

Yardage: Championship 7307, Professional 7008, Middle 6471

Glen Oak Country Club

Glen Ellyn, Illinois

www.glenoakcountryclub.com

With acres of trees and natural areas, the course is a supreme example of the care and maintenance exhibited by private clubs. The par 72 layout features a
creek and two ponds and can be played from five tee options.

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1911

Yardage: Professional 6858, Middle 6490, Forward 5915

Green Valley Country Club 3

Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania

www.greenvalleycc.org

Gently rolling hills on 182 acres the golf course flows throughout the landscape comfortably.

Designed by William Flynn in 1924

Yardage: Professional 6754, Middle 6297, Forward 5783

Groningen Golf Links 5

Groningen, Netherlands

Although fairways are narrow here in Groningen, there is plenty of room to miss left and right. Water is non-existent do enjoy an easy round here.

Yardage: Professional 7088, Middle 6512, Forward 5682

Gut Kaden Golf and Land Club 4

Hamburg, Germany

www.gutkaden.de/

Hosted over 20 European PGA Tour Events most recently the 2011 Championship of Europe. The course is relatively flat with water providing the greatest
hazards.

Designed by Frank Pennink in 1984

Yardage: Championship 7146, Professional 6595, Middle 5862, Forward 5678

Hanauma Cliffs Golf Club 2

Oahu, Hawaii

Set on an old lava flow along the edge of the Pacific Ocean on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu.

Yardage: Championship 7144, Professional 6864, Back 6588, Middle 6286, Forward 5928

Hazeltine National Golf Club 2

Chasta, Minnesota

www.hazeltinenational.com

An immaculate 18-hole course spanning rolling hills, mature woods, picturesque lakes and vast prairies. Host of the 2016 Ryder Cup. Host of the US Open in
1970 and 1991, PGA Championship in 2002 and 2009, and the US Senior Open in 1983.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1962

Yardage: Championship 7330, Professional 6910, Back 6588, Middle 6296, Forward 5690

Heron Point Country Club 5

Fictional Design

Pretty course with open fairways, white sand bunkers, palm trees and sparkling ponds.

Yardage: Professional 6637, Back 6369, Middle 5647, Forward 4771

Heron Pointe Golf Club 5

Fictional Design

Featuring water on a number of holes, large bunkers but few in number and a fairly open and straight forward layout.

Yardage: Professional 7110, Back 6706, Middle 6052, Forward 5317

Hidden Shoals Golf Club 1

Fictional Design

Set on an island with lots of water, fabulous rock formations and steep hills.

Yardage: Middle 6647, Forward 5900

Hills of Clarity 4

Southwest Tibet

Nestled in a mountain range in southwest Tibet – every hole is less than 115 yards. Par 3 course

Yardage: Middle1660

Inlet Links Golf Club 4

Inlet, New York

www.inletgolfclub.com

Scenic, resort course with spectacular views of the mountains.

Yardage: Professional 7241, Middle 6571, Forward 5782

Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club – Island Course 2

Palm Harbor, Florida

www.innisbrookgolfresort.com

The Island Course is a picturesque layout with tight fairways, intimidating water hazards, abundant bunkers and extraordinary elevation changes.

Designed by Larry Packard in 1970

Yardage: Professional 6901, Back 6618, Middle 6161, Forward 5589

Kennemer Golf and Country Club 2

Zandvoort, Netherlands

www.kennemergolf.nl/Home.html

Host for the PGA European KLM Dutch Open. A classic links course with undulating ground, dunes, and gorse.

Yardage: Back 6603, Middle 6099, Forward 5383

Kingsbarns Golf Links 3

St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.kingsbarns.com

St. Andrews links course set in an amphitheater along the rugged coast, nearly every hole boasts spectacular views of the North Sea. Host venue of the
annual PGA European Tour’s prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Designed by Kyle Phillips in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7051, Professional 6635, Back 6197, Middle 5870, Forward 5216

Kungsangen Golf Club – Kings Course 3

Kungsängen, Sweden

www.kungsangengc.se

The Kings Course has large undulating greens with strategically placed bunkers and is host of the PGA European Tour’s Scandinavian Masters.

Designed by Anders Forsbrand in 1993

Yardage: Professional 6936, Middle 6447, Forward 5339

La Luna Naranja Golf Club 3

Fictional Design

Stunning scenery and views along with rolling hills and undulating fairways makes this course a joy to play.

Yardage: Professional 7094, Middle 6576

La Tempete Golf Club 4

Breakeyville, Quebec, Canada

www.golflatempete.com/en/accueil.asp

This course is player friendly with its undulating fairways. Home of the Champions Tour’s Quebec Open.

Designed by Darrell J. Huxham

Yardage: Championship 7085, Professional 6627, Back 6167, Middle 5735, Forward 5312

LedgeRock Golf Club

Mohnton, Pennsylvania

www.ledgerockgolf.com

The course was crafted from 210 acres of pristine land from a former nursery, farm and estate, featuring open fields, ponds, elevation changes and wooded
areas. It captures the essence of a classic, old style course by maintaining the scenic beauty and elegant rustic nature of the original landscape.

Designed by Rees Jones in 2006

Yardage: Championship 7223, Professional 6780, Middle 6380, Forward 5693

Little Tree Championship 1

Charlotte, North Carolina

Nestled in the hills of North Carolina with a long layout, small greens and several hundred sculptured bunkers. Maybe the toughest course available to
play.

Yardage: Championship 7402

Lone Wolf 2

Fictional Design

Surrounded by mountains and dotted with fir trees this course is very scenic.

Yardage: Professional 6762, Back 6243, Middle 5671, Forward 5133

Lookaway Golf Club

Buckingham, Pennsylvania

www.lookawaygc.com

The 7,000-yard championship course, acclaimed by Golf Digest magazine as the 18th top ranked course in Pennsylvania, encompasses 207 acres and is defined
by seclusion, tranquility and dedication to golf.

Designed by Rees Jones in 1999

Yardage: Championship 7137, Professional 6680, Middle 6378, Forward 6013

Medinah Country Club – Course #3 1

Medinah, llinois

www.medinahcc.org

Host of the 2012 Ryder Cup as well as the PGA Tour Western Open in 1939, 1962, and 1966. Also hosted the US Open in 1949, 1975, and 1990 along with the PGA
Championship in 1999 and 2006.

Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1924 and redesigned by Rees Jones in 2003

Yardage: Championship 7557, Professional 7107, Back 6769, Middle 6601

Montour Heights Country Club

Coraopolis, Pennsylvania

www.montourheightscc.com

Boasts a beautiful 230-acre facility that utilizes the natural elevation changes in the region to provide a challenging and picturesque round of golf.

Designed by Pete Dye in 1987

Yardage: Professional 6682, Back 6127, Middle 5646, Forward 5090

Muirfield Village Golf Club 1

Dublin, Ohio

www.mvgc.org/

Hosted the 1992 U.S. Amateur, 1987 Ryder Cup, 1998 Solheim Cup, 1986 U.S. Junior Amateur, and the 2013 Presidents Cup. This Jack Nicklaus designed course
is set in rolling terrain and home of the annual PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1974

Yardage: Championship 7315, Professional 6728, Middle 6356, Forward 5631

Oak Field 1

Nova Scotia, Canada

Park style course with heavily bunkered greens, water on a number of holes, and overhanging trees.

Yardage: Championship 7048, Professional 6802, Back 6457, Middle 6156, Forward 5774

Oakmont Country Club 3

Oakmont, Pennsylvania

www.oakmont-countryclub.org

Has hosted more USGA and PGA championships than any other course, including eight US Opens, five US Amateurs, three PGA Championships, and two U.S. Women’s
Opens. Course features 210 deep bunkers (including the famous Church Pews) and tight fairways requiring the utmost precision.

Designed by Henry Fownes in 1903

Yardage: Championship 7108, Professional 6710, Middle 6402, Forward 6075

Pebble Beach Golf Links 2

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com

Site of golf’s most prestigious tournaments, including the annual AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and five U.S. Open Championships including the
2010 U.S. Open and 2019 US Open.

Designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant in 1919

Yardage: Championship 6824, Professional 6585, Back 6369, Middle 6147, Forward 5443

Pelican Hill Golf Club – Ocean South Course 2

Newport Beach, California

www.pelicanhill.com

Ocean South is a flow of contrasts: from brush gardens framed by sage and eucalyptus trees to the greens dropped at every side by deep chasms. The sheer
variety of vegetation makes playing the course quite the experience surrounded by appealing hints at florals and the ocean.

Designed by Tom Fazio in 1991

Yardage: Championship 6570, Professional 6244, Back 5825, Middle 5439, Forward 4743

Portmarnock Golf Club

Portmarnock, Dublin, Ireland

www.portmarnockgolfclub.ie/

Venue for the first Irish Open in 1927, and has hosted the tournament on many occasions since, including 13 times following its revival in 1975. Opening in
1894, Portmarnock is arguably the best Championship Course in Ireland.

Designed by William Pickeman in 1894

Yardage: Championship 7474, Middle 6865, Forward 6150

Prairie Dunes Country Club 3

Hutchinson, Kansas

www.prairiedunes.com/

A links style course which calls for skill and craftiness rather than brute force. Hosted several USGA events including the US Mid-Amateur, US Women’s
Amateur, US Senior Amateur, US Women’s Open, and US Senior Open.

Designed by Perry Maxwell in 1937

Yardage: Professional 6706, Middle 6206, Forward 5598

Quail Hollow Club 3

Charlotte, North Carolina

www.quailhollowclub.com/

The course captures the beauty as well as the challenging terrain of the Piedmont region. The club hosted the Kemper Open from 1969 through 1979, the
PaineWebber Invitational from 1983 through 1989, and has hosted the Wells Fargo Championship since it debuted in 2003.

Designed by George Cobb in 1961, redesigned by Arnold Palmer in 1986 and by Tom Fazio in 1997

Yardage: Championship 7306, Middle 6618, Forward 6097

Quicksilver Golf Club

Midway, Pennsylvania

www.quicksilvergolf.com

Tucked among Western Pennsylvania’s rolling hills, you’ll find the fairways lush and the greens fast and true. Hosted a Senior PGA TOUR event and
Nationwide Tour Event. Ranked best public golf course in Pittsburgh and Top 15 courses in Pennsylvania.

Designed by Don Nagode in 1971

Yardage: Professional 7115, Middle 6580, Forward 5330

Renaissance Club 4

Fictional Design

Park style course with great mountain views and undulating fairways.

Yardage: Professional 6977, Middle 6344, Forward 5761

Richlands Country Club 4

Nashville, Tennessee

www.richlandcc.com/

Nestled on 170 acres of rolling hills with breathtaking views, Richland Country Club is steeped in the history, elegance and grace of Tennessee.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1988

Yardage: Professional 6897, Middle 6458, Forward 5717

Rocky Mountains Golf Resort 3

Fictional Design

Set in the Canadian Rockies however the course is relatively flat with strategically placed bunkers and a fair amount of water.

Yardage: Professional 7130, Back 6588, Middle 6092, Forward 5600

Royal Harare Golf Club 3

Harare, Zimbabwe

Home of the Zimbabwe Open on the South African Tour. While there are no water hazards on the golf course, there are plenty of fairway and greenside bunkers
to protect par. Home course of Nick Price.

Designed in 1880, redesigned by Fred Hawtree in 1950, and redesigned by Steve Smyers in 1990

Yardage: Professional 7130, Back 6956, Middle 6583, Forward 5830

Royal Troon – The Old Course 1

Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland

www.royaltroon.co.uk/

The Club has hosted the Open Championship eight times in 1923, 1959, 1962, 1973, 1982, 1989, and 2004. It will also host the event in 2016. True links
layout with holes running through the dunes.

Designed by Charles Walker in 1879

Yardage: Championship 7129, Professional 6792, Middle 6529, Forward 5962

Saxe Gotha 1

Lexington, South Carolina

Based on the topography and vegetation around Lexington this course is short in length, but not easy to master with its narrow doglegged fairways.

Yardage: Professional 6920, Back 6638, Middle 6238, Forward 5709

Sewickley Heights Golf Club

Sewickley, Pennsylvania

www.shgc.org/

Located on over 180 acres outside of Pittsburgh, this course is challenging yet fun to play.

Designed by Ferdinand Garbin in 1961

Yardage: Professional 6963, Back 6647, Middle 6359, Forward 5757

Snake Pit 1

Utah

Scenic Utah setting with danger lurking around every corner this is target golf, which can lead to some frustration.

Yardage: Back 6406, Middle 6021, Forward 5188

Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club 2

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

www.golfandshootingshj.com

Set around a man-made lake, which offers a beautiful contrast to the Middle Eastern desert. While a pleasure to play it is a challenge to par.

Designed by Peter Harradine

Championship 3720, Professional 3583, Back 3437, Middle 3296, Forward 3244

Somerset Hills Country Club 4

Bernardsville, New Jersey

www.somersetcc.org/

Variety is the key with an open front nine laid out on an old racetrack and a back nine through rolling wooded terrain with streams and a pond.

Designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1917

Yardage: Back 6613, Middle 6209, Forward 5670

Spyglass Hill Golf Course 1

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com/golf/spyglass-hill-golf-course

The first five holes roll through sandy seaside dunes challenging you to carefully pick the safest path. The following 13 holes are cut through majestic
pines with elevated greens and strategically placed bunkers and lakes to grab the errant shot.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. in 1966

Yardage: Professional 6829, Back 6458, Middle 6087, Forward 5374

St. Andrews Links – The Jubilee Course 3

St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.standrews.com

Links course created on a narrow strip of land next to the sea, named in honor of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897

Yardage: Professional 6735, Middle 6421

St. Andrews Links – The Old Course 2

St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

www.standrews.com

The Old Course is home of The Open Championship and has hosted this major 28 times since 1873, most recently in 2010. The oldest and most iconic golf
course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognized across the globe.

Yardage: Championship 7127, Professional 6917, Back 6534, Middle 6339, Forward 6050

Sunningdale Country Club 2

Scarsdale, New York

www.sunningdale.org/

Lush parkland course featuring narrow tree lined fairways across gently, rolling hills and challenging small, fast greens.

Designed by Seth Raynor in 1918

Yardage: Professional 6649, Middle 6214, Forward 5745

Tall Pines 4

Fictional Design

Featuring water on a number of holes, large bunkers but few in number and a fairly open and straight forward layout.

Yardage: Championship 7279, Professional 7042, Back 6792

Tanah Merah Country Club

Singapore

www.tmcc.org.sg/

The Garden Course has its unique touch of lakes surrounded by mature trees, multi-hued flowers and tropical foliage. Ranked #1 course in Singapore.

Designed by Thomson, Wolveridge, Fream and Associates in 1984

Yardage: Championship 6698, Professional 6342, Back 5965, Middle 5645, Forward 5361

The Belfry – The Brabazon Course 2

Warwickshire, United Kingdom

www.thebelfry.co.uk/golf/our-courses/

The majestic fairways and carpet-smooth greens of The Brabazon form a world-famous stage on which some of golf’s most exhilarating dramas have played out.
The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993, and 2002 as well as numerous PGA European Tour events.

Designed by Dave Thomas and Peter Alliss

Yardage: Championship 7044, Professional 6653, Back 6437, Middle 6214, Forward 5754

The Belfry – PGA National Course 3

Warwickshire, United Kingdom

www.thebelfry.co.uk/golf/our-courses/

Inland links appearance offering hard, fast fairways, wide open undulating greens and cavernous bunkers.

Designed by Dave Thomas

Yardage: Professional 7013, Middle 6614, Forward 6056

The Celtic Manor Resort – Twenty Ten Course 2

Newport, South Wales, United Kingdom

www.celtic-manor.com

Prepared for the 2010 Ryder Cup, The Twenty Ten Course was built specifically for the event. With water hazards on half of its holes, the course has six
signature holes and presents many more memorable tests and risk-and-reward dilemmas.

Designed by Ross McMurray in 2007

Yardage: Championship 7391, Professional 6869, Middle 6343, Forward 5657

The Crossing 3

Fictional Design

Water on a number of holes, narrow doglegged fairways and large deep bunkers. Relatively short course.

Yardage: Back 6372, Middle 5610, Forward 4696

The Heretic 2

Fictional Design

Narrow fairways, lots of trees, fair amount of water and small bunkers.

Yardage: Professional 7010, Middle 6268, Forward 5570

The Hollow 2

Fictional Design

Park style course with target golf to well bunkered greens.

Yardage: Professional 7285, Back 6810, Middle 6522

The Links at Spanish Bay 2

Pebble Beach, California

www.pebblebeach.com/golf/the-links-at-spanish-bay

Scottish links style course on the Monterey coast with most holes tightly guarded by the natural preserve dunes.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Tom Watson and Sandy Tatum in 1987

Yardage: Professional 6794, Back 6383, Middle 5980, Forward 5438

The Manor 4

Fictional Design

Pretty course with relatively open fairways dotted with bunkers and water coming into play on a few holes.

Yardage: Professional 6820, Middle 6254, Forward 5485

The Olympic Club – The Lake Course

San Francisco, California

www.olyclub.com

The Olympic Club has hosted five US Opens, in 1955, 1966, 1987, 1998 and 2012, as well as three US Amateurs in 1958, 1981, and 2007.

Designed by Sam Whiting and Willie Watson in 1924

Yardage: Championship 7137, Professional 6675, Middle 6310, Forward 5774

The Quarry at Giants Ridge

Biwabik, Minnesota

www.giantsridge.com

The Quarry was built on the site of an old sand and gravel mining operation, and is now the #1 public golf course in Minnesota, according to Golf Digest.
Since its opening, it has also been ranked in the top 20 public courses in the United States.

Designed by Jeff Brauer in 2003

Yardage: Championship 7136, Professional 6686, Middle 6249, Forward 5707

The Ridges Golf Course

Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

www.ridgesgolfcourse.com

Located in Central Wisconsin’s picturesque Wood County the course combines scenic terrain with challenging golf and impeccable views.

Designed by John Murgatroyd in 1963

Yardage: Championship 6955, Professional 6385, Back 5960, Middle 5285, Forward 5014

The Wisley Golf Club England 1

Surrey, England

www.thewisley.com/

An open links layout, where several holes are skirted by small lakes. Plenty of deep rough will also encourage you to keep your ball as close as possible
to the good-width, gently undulating fairways.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. in 1991

Yardage: Professional 7190, Back 6529, Middle 6113, Forward 5348

Totteridge Golf Club

Greensburg, Pennsylvania

www.totteridgegolfcourse.com

The golf course is unique to Western Pennsylvania with its links design, wide fairways, multiple tees, and large greens. This Rees Jones design is ranked
the 11th best golf course in the state of Pennsylvania.

Designed by Rees Jones in 2001

Yardage: Championship 7385, Professional 6825, Middle 6319, Forward 5686

Trump National Doral Miami – The Blue Monster 2

Doral, Florida

www.trumphotelcollection.com/miami/miami-golf-resorts.php

Current and future home to the World Golf Championships- Cadillac Championship. Challenging and spectacular course with strategically placed bunkers
requiring length and finesse in order to score well.

Designed by Dick Wilson in 1962 and redesigned by Gil Hanse in 2014

Yardage: Championship 7235, Professional 6955, Back 6669, Middle 6258, Forward 5543

Trump National Doral Miami – The Great White Course 1

Doral, Florida

www.trumphotelcollection.com/miami/miami-golf-resorts.php

Blend of strategically demanding fairways with hundreds of palm trees and water coming into play on 14 of the 18 holes. Host to the PGA TOUR’s Franklin
Templeton Shoot-Out in 2000.

Designed by Greg Norman in 2000

Yardage: Championship 7179, Professional 6714, Back 6243, Middle 5785, Forward 5268

Trump Turnberry Resort – Ailsa Course 2

South Ayrshire, Scotland

www.turnberry.co.uk/

Inspiring rolling hills, sandy dunes, a stiff breeze blowing off the Ayrshire coast make for a breathtaking landscape. Home to four Open Championships in
1977, 1986, 1994, and 2009.

Designed by James Miller in 1906

Yardage: Champonship 7171, Professional 6686, Back 6270, Middle 6025, Forward 5602

Valley of Tranquility 1

Southwest Tibet

Nestled in a mountain range in southwest Tibet with steep hills and deep ravines. Target golf at its finest.

Yardage: Middle 6399, Forward 5679

Vanajanlinna Golf Course 2

Hameenlinna, Finland

www.linnagolf.fi/en/

Home to the PGA European’s Finnish Open. The landscape takes full advantage of the splendid old woods in the area.

Designed by Tim Lobb in 2005

Yardage: Championship 7272, Middle 6487, Forward 5620

Village Links of Glen Ellyn

Glen Ellyn, Illinois

www.villagelinksgolf.com

This top-rated, 7,200 yard championship 18-hole course is one of the elite layouts in the Midwest, having hosted 42 USGA and PGA Tour Qualifiers. The
modern layout features 118 bunkers and 22 lakes, with water coming into play on 15 of the 18 holes.

Designed by David Gill in 1975 and redesigned by Garrett Gill in 2001

Yardage: Championship 7230, Professional 6768, Middle 6368, Forward 5646

Wakonda Club

Des Moines, Iowa

www.wakondaclub.com

The club is proud to be ranked within the top three golf courses in the state of Iowa. The superior course conditioning is well known in the state and
Midwest. Has been the host course for the 1947 Western Open, 1963 US Amateur, and the 1939 NCAA Championship.

Designed by William B. Langford in 1922

Yardage: Championship 6913, Professional 6640, Middle 6286, Forward 5619

Willow Lakes Golf Course 3

Offutt AFB, Nebraska

www.offutt55fss.com/willow-lakes-golf-course/

Set in the remnants of an old forest the course takes its name from the trees and natural lakes it was built around

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Yardage: Championship 7312, Professional 7071, Back 6830

Whitford Country Club

Exton, Pennsylvania

www.whitfordcc.com/

Nestled in the heart of Chester County, the course offers breathtaking scenery and extraordinary landscapes. The championship course provides golfers at
all skill levels some of the most prestigious holes in the Philadelphia area.

Designed by William Gordon in 1956

Yardage: Professional 6917, Back 6569, Middle 6285, Forward 6068

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