Courses

Summer brings out the best Milwaukee has to offer–from traveling beer gardens to trout fishing to golf. The season is short but sweet, with golf fever spanning May through October. The city itself has tournament-caliber municipal courses in its portfolio, and within an hour’s drive there’s a whole lot more to explore in the area
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Stephen Szurlej 1 . (1) Shinnecock Hills G.C. (pictured above), Southampton •2. (2) National G. Links of America, Southampton •3. (4) Fishers Island Club • 4. (3) Winged Foot G.C. (West), Mamaroneck •5. (5) Friar’s Head G.C., Baiting Hollow •6. (6) Oak Hill C.C. (East), Rochester •7. (7) Bethpage State Park (Black), Farmingdale •^8. (8)
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1 . (1) The Stanwich Club (pictured above), Greenwich ≈2. (2) C.C. Of Fairfield ≈3. (3) The Course At Yale, New Haven4. (4) Wee Burn C.C., Darien5. (5) Tamarack C.C., Greenwich6. (7) Bull’s Bridge G.C., South Kent7. (8) Round Hill Club, Greenwich8. (6) Lake Of Isles G.C. (South), North Stonington9. (10) Hartford G.C. (Red/Blue), West
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1 . (1) Crystal Downs C.C. (pictured above), Frankfort •2. (2) Oakland Hills C.C. (South), Bloomfield Hills •3. (3) Arcadia Bluffs G.C., Arcadia • ^4. (4) Kingsley Club, Kingsley ≈5. (5) Forest Dunes G.C., Roscommon ≈ ^6. (6) Lost Dunes G.C., Bridgman ≈7. (7) True North G.C., Harbor Springs8. (New) The Loop (Black), Roscommon ^
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1 . (1) Shadow Creek (18th hole pictured above), North Las Vegas •^2. (2) Clear Creek, Tahoe3. (3) Southern Highlands G.C., Las Vegas ≈4. (4) The G.C. at Southshore, Henderson5. (5) Wolf Creek G.C., Mesquite ≈ ^6. (6) Cascata, Boulder City ^7. (7) Montreux G. & C.C., Reno8. (8) Edgewood Tahoe G. Cse., Lake Tahoe9.
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1 . (1) Interlachen C.C. (6th hole pictured above), Edina •2. (2) Spring Hill G.C., Wayzata •3. (3) Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska ≈4. (4) The Quarry At Giants Ridge, Biwabik ^5. (5) White Bear Yacht Club, White Bear Lake ≈6. (7) Windsong Farm G.C., Independence7. (8) The Minikahda Club, Minneapolis 8. (6) Northland C.C., Duluth9.
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Courtesy of Portsmouth Country Club 1 . (1) Baker Hill G.C., Newbury2. (2) The G.C. of New England, Stratham3. (3) Lake Winnipesaukee G.C., New Durham4. (5) Portsmouth C.C., Greenland ^5. (4) Lake Sunapee C.C., New London KEY(2017-’18 ranking in parentheses)• America’s 100 Greatest Course≍ America’s Second 100 Greatest Course^ Public courseNR Not rated in 2017-’18
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1 . (2) Ballyneal G.C., Holyoke •2. (1) Castle Pines G.C. (pictured above), Castle Rock •3. (3) Cherry Hills C.C., Cherry Hills Village •4. (4) Colorado G.C., Parker ≈5. (5) Sanctuary, Sedalia ≈6. (6) The Broadmoor G.C. (East), Colorado Springs ≈ ^7. (7) Maroon Creek Club, Aspen8. (9) Red Sky Ranch & G.C. (Fazio), Wolcott
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Dom Furore 1 . (1) Pine Valley G.C. (15th hole pictured above) •2. (2) Baltusrol G.C. (Lower), Springfield •3. (3) Baltusrol G.C. (Upper), Springfield •4. (4) Somerset Hills C.C., Bernardsville •5. (5) Plainfield C.C., Edison •6. (7) Galloway National G.C. ≈7. (6) Ridgewood C.C. (East/West), Paramus8. (8) Bayonne G.C. ≈9. (13) Trump National G.C. Bedminster
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Hugh Hargrave/Courtesy of Whispering Pines CC 1 . (2) Whispering Pines G.C. (15th hole pictured above), Trinity •2. (1) Dallas National G.C., Dallas •3. (3) Bluejack National, Montgomery4. (5) Colonial C.C., Fort Worth ≈5. (4) Preston Trail G.C., Dallas6. (NR) Trinity Forest G.C., Dallas7. (6) Spanish Oaks G.C., Bee Cave8. (9) Miramont C.C., Bryan9. (22)
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Dom Furore 1 . (1) Sand Hills G.C. (pictured above), Mullen •2. (2) Dismal River G.C. (Red), Mullen ≍3. (3) The Prairie Club (Dunes), Valentine ≍ ^4. (4) Omaha C.C.5. (5) Dismal River Club (White), Mullen6. (6) Wild Horse G.C., Gothenburg ^7. (7) The Prairie Club (Pines), Valentine ^8. (8) Arborlinks, Nebraska City9. (9) Firethorn
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1 . (1) Augusta National G.C. (12th hole pictured above) •2. (2) Peachtree G.C., Atlanta •3. (3) East Lake G.C., Atlanta ≈4. (4) Atlanta Athletic Club (Highlands), Johns Creek ≈5. (5) Ocean Forest G.C., Sea Island ≈6. (6) Sea Island G.C. (Seaside), St. Simons Island ≈ ^7. (7) Atlanta C.C., Marietta ≈8. (8) Hawks Ridge
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Stephen Szurlej 1 . (1) Pikewood National G.C. (9th hole pictured above), Morgantown •2. (2) Pete Dye G.C., Bridgeport •3. (3) The Greenbrier (Old White TPC), White Sulphur Springs ≈^4. (4) The Greenbrier Sporting Club (The Snead), White Sulphur Springs5. (5) The Resort At Glade Springs (Cobb), Daniels ^ KEY TO SYMBOLS(2017-’18 ranking in parentheses)•
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1 . (1) Gozzer Ranch G. & Lake Club (15th hole pictured above), Harrison •2. (2) The G.C. At Black Rock, Coeur d’Alene •3. (3) Huntsman Springs G.C., Driggs ≈4. (4) The Club At Rock Creek, Coeur d’Alene5. (5) Headwaters Club At Teton Springs, Victor6. (6) The Coeur d’Alene Resort G. Cse. ^7. (7) Circling
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1 . (1) Muirfield Village G.C. (11th hole pictured above), Dublin •2. (2) The Golf Club, New Albany •3. (4) Camargo Club, Indian Hill •4. (3) Scioto C.C., Columbus •5. (6) Inverness Club, Toledo •6. (5) Double Eagle Club, Galena •7. (7) Brookside C.C., Canton8. (8) Kirtland C.C., Willoughby9. (9) Canterbury G.C., Beechwood ≈ 10.
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1. (1) Rock Creek Cattle Co., Deer Lodge ≈2. (5) The Reserve At Moonlight Basin, Big Sky3. (3) Wilderness Club, Eureka4. (2) The Stock Farm Club, Hamilton5. (6) Iron Horse G.C., Whitefish6. (7) Old Works G. Cse. (14th hole pictured above), Anaconda7. (8) Yellowstone C.C., Billings 8. (9) Northern Pines G.C., Kalispell ^ 9. (10)
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Golf in and around the nation’s capital is a state affair. Playing at the top courses in the greater Washington, D.C. area will take you to Maryland and Virginia, where the rolling terrain and bucolic setting have given rise to naturally beautiful courses carved out by top golf architects. You’ll find a layout that wraps
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Like the city itself, golf in Seattle is diverse, ranging from wind-swept links to hilly inland tracks that run through the forests of evergreen that gave Seattle its nickname, The Emerald City. But what all have in common is golf with a view; one of Puget Sound, Lake Washington, or mountain ranges, including the majestic
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As you might expect in a city surrounded with storied private golf clubs such as The Country Club in Brookline, it’s easy to find top-notch public golf in and around Boston. You’ll find a mix of budget-friendly municipal courses, luxury layouts, and vintage classics. With golf season running from April to November, you’ll want to
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West Point, Miss. / 662-524-1000 / mossyoakgolf.com / Gil Hanse (2016) / 7,212 Yards, Par 72 / Points: 57.0924 Six years ago, George Bryan, who also owns No. 60 Old Waverly, gave Gil Hanse land directly to its north and asked him to build a public course good enough to serve as the new home
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Whether you’re in Myrtle Beach for vacation or business, it’s easy to sneak in a round, or many. In a town filled with 7,000+ yard courses crafted by headline designers from Robert Trent Jones to Tom Fazio, the biggest challenge for golfers is not how to play these championship layouts but rather which ones to
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HAMMOCK BEACH, A SALAMANDER GOLF & SPA RESORTPalm Coast Six holes on the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course skirt the Atlantic. The inland Tom Watson-designed Conservatory is boldly dotted with sod-wall bunkers.More Information Mark Whitright/Courtesy of Hammock Beach INNISBROOK, A SALAMANDER GOLF & SPA RESORTPalm Harbor Four 18s, including the lush, hilly, tree-lined Copperhead Course, a
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Attending the Masters is a rite of passage for every golf fan, one of the few experiences in sports that lives up to the hype. If you’re going this year—or thinking of going—but still haven’t found a place to stay, we have you covered. We’ve searched Airbnb tirelessly for houses—affordable to the most extravagant you
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The Masters Augusta National Golf Club is not only home of the Masters, but one of the most talked-about courses in the game. That’s not just because of its breathtaking beauty. The Alister MacKenzie–Bob Jones design provides a wonderful mix of holes where strokes can be gained and those where they can be lost. Some
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The phrase “risk-reward” is thrown around rather haphazardly as it relates to course architecture. Strategically, though, there is no denying the greatness when risk-reward elements are incorporated successfully into a great par 4. As the great architect George C. Thomas wrote in his Anatomy of a Golf Course: “The great courses entice the golfer to
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There’s a new philosophy behind the Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards, the program co-sponsored each year by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and Golf Digest. While the awards program is still designed to recognize golf course superintendents and their courses for outstanding environmental stewardship, the rules have been changed to expand the competition
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