From golf courses situated right next to a cliff to historic tracks that have hosted many major events, to beautiful courses by an ocean, there truly are some astonishing golf courses to play across the U.S.
With 175 tough bunkers, slick greens that run away from the player, and fairways so tight they could choke you, Oakmont presents a challenge for players of all capabilities and is sure to make you maximize the potential of your golf clubs.
With sandy and rolling terrains, a majestic clubhouse, and strong Atlantic winds, Shinnecock is a beautiful course that some describe as “still giving off the 1890s feeling.”
One of the unique aspects of Cypress is that when Mackenzie designed the course, he did not overpower the natural terrain. What this means is that much of its natural beauty remains for golfers around the world to enjoy.
Home to the Masters, Augusta National is a golf course that almost all golfers worldwide know. However, unlike Cypress, no other course has really been tinkered with as much as Augusta National (to keep it competitive for the Masters).