Regarded as the “oldest top-ranked golf course in the United States,” Oakmont remains perhaps one of the most difficult golf courses in the US.
Considered to be one of the earliest golf courses in America, Shinnecock Hills’ architecture hasn’t really been altered in over 50 years. 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.”
Regarded as one of the most prestigious golf courses in the entire world, it’s almost impossible to visit Cypress Point without a member inviting you. That being said, if you DO happen to land an invitation, be sure to seize the opportunity!
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).