People choose to golf for many reasons including clearing their minds, for leisure, and to experience the outdoors. There are tons of great places to go golfing, but these are the top of the top if you’re looking for a picturesque outdoor experience. These are the golf courses you should visit in the U.S.
Designed by Bobby Jones, Augusta National in Augusta, Georgia is one of the most historic and beautiful courses in the world. It comes as no surprise that this course is host to the Master’s every year with its immaculate green grass and thick pine trees that line every fairway.
Cypress Point in Del Monte Forest, California has rocky cliffs and the Pacific Ocean as it’s background. The PGA’s wanted to hold multiple tournaments there and it also happens to be a super challenging course.
Located in the New Jersey Pinelands, Pine Valley is one of the oldest courses and some great architects developed the course. One of the fundamental principles of the course is that no hole should be visible from another which also makes it difficult to play.
Pebble Beach, located in Pebble Beach, California is one of the most well-known courses in the United States and it’s on many golfers’ buckets lists. The course is known for some of the major tournaments, and PGA is a particular fan as they’ve held a PGA Championship and five U.S. Opens.