One of the few “fantasy” courses. Experience island fairways, island greens and even island tee boxes. Be sure to keep all you shots straight, or else you will find the water hazards.
Bay Harbor Links & Quarry
Reminiscent of great Irish seaside courses. Miles of Lake Michigan shoreline form a backdrop for this incomparable beauty, accented with towering bluffs and dunes. The back nine, known as “The Quarry”, already is on the list of the world's most unique courses It winds its way around and through an immense shale quarry, complete with a 40-foot gorge, stone cliffs, natural ponds and a gentle waterfall.
One of the most popular public parks in the nation. Located on Long Island east of New York, the course plays long and hard, as noticed by the warning sign accompanying golfers behind the first tee. The host of numerous tournaments, including the 2019 PGA and 2024 Ryder Cup.
Meadow Valleys & River - Target landing areas, strategic bunkering, and undulating greens characterize the River, while the Meadow Valleys reflects the natural features of the Wisconsin terrain. The 2012 U.S. Women's Open utilized both tracks to provide a championship composite.
Designed by Coore & Crenshaw and located south of Denver, this private club features dramatic elevation changes, plenty of scenic views, and devilish greens. The host of the 2010 Senior PGA, 2013 Solheim Cup, & 2019 U.S. Mid-Amateur.
Donald Ross Memorial
Eighteen recreations of legendary golf course architect Donald Ross’ greatest holes. St. Andrews, Pinehurst, Royal Dornoch, Oakland Hills and others pay tribute to this accomplished designer. Rated one of Michigan’s finest by Golf Digest®.
Druids Glen Country Club
Known to many as the “Augusta of Europe” and famous for hosting the Irish Open and the Irish PGA Championship, Druids Glen is known as “nature’s gift to golf” as it weaves its way around quarries, trees, lakes and pot bunkers. Golfers can absorb the rare heathland course amid the breathtaking setting, with views over the Irish Sea on what was once the doorstep of the ancient Druids of Ireland
The Far East Tour
Bypass the 20-hour plane ride and experience 18 of the finest golf holes Asia has to offer.
Set in the heart of Scotland and designed by Jack Nicklaus, the course combines both links and parkland hole layouts. The host of the 2014 Ryder Cup and the 2019 Solheim Cup.
Considered by many the best golf course in Korea, Grand CC is an enjoyable course for any golfer. This collection features 9 holes from the East and South courses. Winding fairways, towering pines, lush landscaping highlight this South Korean beauty.
Placing a premium on shot values, Hazeltine is all about golf. It is designed by Robert Trent Jones and host of the 2016 Ryder Cup. While there's not much water, an ample supply of trees accompanies nearly every hole. We are offering both the Ryder Cup edition as well as the regular club routing.
Located on Hilton Head Island, this course is a yearly stop for the PGA Tour. It’s tight layout and overhanging trees demands straight and long tee shots. A natural beauty.
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Designed by Robert Trent Jones, The Heather was named “Michigan’s best resort course” by Golf Digest®. This course features wide tree-lines fairways, sculpted bunkers and several daunting water hazards which allows for excellent risk reward challenges.
A rolling, up and down hill links style course. Do not be fooled by the wide open appearance—the tall fescue and well-placed bunkers can be a threat. Large marsh hazards will temp you to “go for it”, but playing safe might be wiser.
Huzhou Hot Spring Golf Club
This demanding course is located in China. The vast undulations and ponds make this a shot maker’s dream. Huzhou Hot Springs Golf Club features a cascading waterfall on the Par3 second hole, and a two hundred foot drop which you tee off on top of on the back 9. The mountainous background makes for tremendous scenery.
The famous paintings of renowned artist Loyal H "Bud" Chapman are brought to life. Play around Victoria Falls, hit over the Grand Canyon, through the ancient ruins of Macchu Picchu, or off a NYC skyscraper! This course will test every ounce of nerve, patience and bravery you have in your body!
The Links at Casa de Campo
The Links course has a moderately hilly track with tall bahia and guinea grass roughs as well as plenty of sand traps to keep you on your toes. Also, there are several lagoons and even lakes with wading birds. There are five holes where water comes into play on this course making it a challenge unto itself.
The Myrtle Beach Tour
This course is comprised of 18 signature holes from eighteen of the finest the Myrtle Beach courses area such as Tide Water, True Blue, and Oyster Bay. Provides a sampler of the best the Grand Slam has to offer.
Nine Dragons A and Nine Dragons B & C
This resort course is no vacation. The front nine sits 150 meters above the ocean and provides stunning views over the entire Nine Dragons Hills Resort. The back nine is carved out of an old quarry where you will play through lakes, canyons and waterfalls. The signature hole is the island green 13th sitting in the center of the large lake created by the quarry. The third nine rolls through the scenery of lakes and forest with some trees being over 300 years old.
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort®
Site of the famous "war by the shore", the 1991 Ryder Cup, Kiawah also played host to the 2007 U.S. Senior Open. Designed by Pete Dye, the Ocean Course will also be the host for the 2012 PGA Championship. Located in South Carolina.
Designed by Ray Floyd, the front nine holes feature wide fairways while the back nine offers a dense canopy of towering pines. Lots of water and bunkering. The course is located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
The Par 3 Showcase
Nine beautiful, famous par 3s from Pebble Beach, Bay Hill, East Lake, Teeth of the Dog, Bay Harbor, and more make up this scenic track. Accuracy is a must.
Pebble Beach Golf Links®
The Pebble Beach Golf Links has been meticulously replicated using the most accurate data and 3D modeling tools available. Home to the AT&T Pro-Am in February each year, the course is one of the most famous courses in the world, and also one of the priciest. Tom Watson won the US Open in 1982 here after his chip-in on 17; Tiger Woods decimated the field in 2000 here by 15 strokes.
Pine Needles Golf Club®
Designed by Donald Ross in the 1950s, Pine Needles offers a fun, mid-level challenge for all abilities. Offering wide fairways with expansive greens, the main difficulty presented to golfers will be the modest elevation changes throughout the course.
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This course was designed after the old Scottish style with deep pot bunkers, high fescue, and undulating greens. Don’t forget to wear your knickers!
A fairly flat course, lined with towering bald cypress and live oaks. There are expansive, forgiving fairways, but little room for error outside of that—you will find yourself hitting out of the many large sand traps more times than you would like.
SheShan International Golf Club
Located in Shanghai, China, this course is very undulating and cut through thick forests. The unique and dramatic design of bunkers is impressive from the aspects of both shot strategies and vision. The bunkers determine the arrangement of holes and make a challenge for the players. Playing the signature 16th and 17th holes is a visual treat as you play around and over a deep gorge.
Spyglass Hill® Golf Course
Located on the Monterey Peninsula, this course is rated one of the most difficult in the world. Spyglass has two distinct terrains—the first 5 holes roll though sandy dunes while the rest of the holes are cut through majestic pines with strategically-placed ponds and bunkers.
St. Andrews- Dukes
Old Course at St Andrews, New Course at St Andrews and Jubilee Course at St Andrews
Enjoy the best of Scotland with 3 courses from the St. Andrews Collection. Watch out for the bunkers and the wind!
Sunridge is an interesting desert course that definitely offers a challenge. Unique for a desert course, Sunridge is moderately hilly. The mountain background offers striking vistas and the sound of coyotes howling makes you feel like you are really in the desert.
Teeth of the Dog
Ranked the number one course in the Caribbean and 34thin the top 100 courses in the world by Golf Magazine, “Teeth” has seven holes directly on the Caribbean Sea. The Teeth course attracts the best professional and amateur golfers in the world.
Tricky shots include a devilish dogleg and signature Pete Dye obstacles such as elevated greens and trick of the eye trees.
Texas Golf Tour
The Texas Golf Tour. This course is surprisingly tight, with tree-lined fairways and numerous water hazards. A compilation of Texas’ best golf holes.
Site of the PGA TOUR's Zurich Classic, TPC Louisiana is a challenging new Pete Dye layout.
TPC Sawgrass opened in 1980 and is the flagship of the TPC Network. Conceived by PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman, the TPC's achieved the dual goals of providing players with tournament-quality courses and fans with venues that were ideal for viewing events.
TPC Scottsdale opened in 1986 and was designed to serve as the stage for the tournament. The Stadium Course is home of the largest-attended tournament in the world. The 16th par-3 has been host to over 20,000 onsite spectators.
Located outside Naples, FL, this short track is protected by numerous water hazards. The driver can stay in the bag, but accuracy is a must. A picturesque farm-like landscape of olive groves and flowering orchards helps create the look and feel of Tuscany.
Venetian Golf and River Club
This 18-hole, par-72 masterpiece features generous fairways framed with natural-looking mounds, strategically located bunkers and an abundance of grass hollows. Hazards are configured in a manner to make forced carries optional. Truly a beauty located in Sarasota County, FL.
Waterlefe® Golf and River ClubSM
This course winds its way through conservation areas and along the scenic Manatee River in Bradenton, FL. Waterlefe’s unrivaled natural setting along the Manatee River is composed of a collection of signature golf holes designed by course architect Ted McAnlis. The competitive layout presents a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
Irish & Straits - Open, rugged, and windswept terrain defines the walking-only, links-style courses alongside Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. The Straits course is definitely more challenging while the Irish plays a little easier as its located more inland. Both designed by Pete Dye. Straits, host of the 2010 & 2015 PGA and the 2020 Ryder Cup.
Set on the rolling highlands in British Columbia, the course provides postcard views of the Canadian Rockies. Designed by Gary Player and featuring subtle shaping, dramatic bunkering, and unique collection areas. A very enjoyable experience from start to finish.
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