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The USA... from Monterey to Miami

The USA... from Monterey to Miami

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From coast to coast, the USA has some of the best and most varied golf on the planet. On the west coast, you can play golf on craggy cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Pebble Beach, Bandon Dunes and Torrey Pines. Move inland a few hundred miles and you'll be playing in the desert at Palm Springs, Las Vegas and Scottsdale. In the upper midwest you'll find amazing golf at Whistling Straits and Blackwolf Run.

On the East Coast you can't beat Pinehurst and the Sandhills for wonderful classic courses designed by some of the most famous names in golf, including the great Donald Ross.  Head just south and The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island is not only a must play but one of the toughest tracks around. Harbour Town Links on Hilton Head Island hosts the Heritage Classic each spring and put the island on the map for golf travel.

As you work your way down to Florida you have warm weather and sunshine 365 days a year. TPC Sawgrass in Jacksonville is perhaps the most famous, some would say infamous, but keep going south and you'll find great golf at Bay Hill and Grand Cypress clubs in Orlando, the Innisbrook Resort in Tampa and Trump Doral in Miami.

From coast to coast, the USA has some of the best and most varied golf on the planet. On the west coast, you can play golf on craggy cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Pebble Beach, Bandon Dunes and Torrey Pines. On the East Coast you can't beat Pinehurst and the Sandhills for wonderful classic courses designed by some of the most famous names in golf, including the great Donald Ross.

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach Golf Links is the crown jewel of five spectacular golf courses on the Monterrey Peninsula, with three luxury lodging choices, a renowned spa and 15 restaurants and lounges for your dining pleasure.

Other stunning venues on the Pebble Beach Property include Spyglass Hill, designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, The Links at Spanish Bay, a links course with ocean views at every turn and Del Monte Golf Club, a traditional parkland course with fairways lined with tall pines and the trademark Cyprus trees.

Bandon Dunes

Bandon Dunes

Bandon Dunes Resort sits perched on a high bluff above the pounding surf of the Pacific Ocean. The resort now includes four outstanding golf courses and a nifty 13 hole par 3 course called Bandon Preserve.

Not only are these courses some of the few authentic links courses found in North America, they are also rated among the top golf courses in the U.S. and the world. All four golf courses are ranked on Golf Digest and Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Golf Course Lists. Golf Digest also rated Bandon Dunes Golf Resort as the #1 Golf Resort in North America. And Golf Magazine has ranked all four courses in the Top 15 on the “Top 100 Courses You Can Play”.

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Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island

Home of the acclaimed Ocean Course, Kiawah Island is one of the most stunning and dramatic pieces of property in the Lowcountry. A private oasis awaits you, with world class golf, amazing amenities, white sand beaches and world renowned restaurants.

With 4 other courses complimenting the crown jewel of Kiawah, including the Jack Nicklaus designed Turtle Point and Gary Players challenging but eminently fair Cougar Point, golfers have all the variety they need and all challenge they can handle.

Scottsdale, AZ

Scottsdale, AZ

Few parts the country can match the lineup of quality courses, resorts and culinary options that you will find in the Scottsdale area. Heat seeking golfers have long zeroed in on the Scottsdale metropolitan landscape and for good reason.

Three hundred thirty days of sunshine and more than 200 courses with unique and dramatic holes set in the desert landscape. Annual PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour events, award-winning resorts with 36 holes and public facilities that are among the country’s best.

Pinehurst Resort.. Eight incredible golf courses. A three-time U.S. Open venue. And a three-time winner of Golf Magazine’s Best Golf Resort in America award.
Pinehurst Resort.. Eight incredible golf courses. A three-time U.S. Open venue. And a three-time winner of Golf Magazine’s Best Golf Resort in America award.
Pinehurst Resort.. Eight incredible golf courses. A three-time U.S. Open venue. And a three-time winner of Golf Magazine’s Best Golf Resort in America award.
Pinehurst & Southern Pines

Pinehurst & Southern Pines

With 40 world-class courses within a 15-mile radius, including the iconic Pinehurst #2, it’s no surprise that Golf Digest ranked Pinehurst, North Carolina as the number one quality golf destination on the East Coast.

Nestled in the rolling Sandhills of central North Carolina, the Pinehurst and Southern Pines area was the long time home to the father of golf course architecture, Donald Ross. Many of his over 400 masterpieces are located right here and all welcome golfers to their historic grounds.

Whistling Straits

Whistling Straits

One of the finest championship resorts in the United States is Whistling Straits. The resorts' Straits Course has hosted the 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships and the 2007 U.S. Senior Open, and it is the future site of the 2020 Ryder Cup.

The resort offers two Pete Dye courses of dynamic contrast and world-class prestige. Open, rugged and windswept terrain defines The Straits, built along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. Borrowing influences from Irish links courses, The Straits has fescue fairways and massive sand dune bunkers to challenge every level of golfer. Just inland, cut through by four meandering streams, the grassland and dunes feel of The Irish stands in stark contrast to its' sister course.

Blackwolf Run opened in 1988 and was named that year's "Best New Public Course" by Golf Digest magazine and is a regular on the list of "America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses" by Golf Digest and the "Top 100 You Can Play" by Golf Magazine

Florida

Florida

With temperatures warm enough to play year round and sunny skies for months at a time, Florida offers what most other destinations can’t, the opportunity to experience great golf 12 months out of the year.

There are over 850 golf courses in Florida, but only a select few that truly offer championship golf, first class accommodations and service and dining options that meet the highest of standards. PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Trump National Doral Resort in Miami and Innisbrook Golf Resort in Tampa are the crème de la crème of Florida golf.

Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island

Golf has been part of life on Hilton Head Island since 1962.

Today, the Hilton Head Island area is home to more than 40 championship courses designed by renowned golf architects like Robert Trent Jones Sr., Pete Dye, and Jack Nicklaus.

Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy exciting golf experiences including oceanfront courses and traditional parkland courses, all played with a delightful side of Southern hospitality and year-round enjoyable weather.

It’s not surprising that Hilton Head Island has been voted the #10 golf destination in the world by Golf Digest. In addition to being a fantastic place to play, Hilton Head Island hosts some of the golf world’s top events. The Island is a PGA TOUR stop, hosting the annual RBC Heritage Classic at Harbour Town Golf Links.

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