Top 5 Courses You Have Played



  • golfer Qgolfer Q Members Posts: 21
    1. sunningdale new

    2. wentworth west

    3. pga catalunya (not sure on spelling)

    4. wentworth west

    5. the judge (part of robert trent jones trail, any you guys played it what a first tee shot!!!!)
  • TexsportTexsport Members Posts: 2,335 ✭✭

    Pebble Beach

    [email protected] Ridge


    Harbour Town

    Blackwolf Run-River

    (Bluffs On Thompson's Creek)





    Champions-Cypress Creek

    Southern Hills

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  • PING69PING69 Members Posts: 10
    Shadow Creek (Nevada)

    Coppinwood (Ontario)

    Isleworth (Florida)

    TPC at Summerlin (Nevada)

    Bigwin Island (Ontario)

    Honorable Mention: Bay Hill (Florida), Reflection Bay (Nevada), Sunridge Canyon (Arizona)
  • Nike VR Nike VR Members Posts: 63
    In no order

    Pinehurst #2

    East Lake

    Peachtree CC

    TPC Sawgrass Stadium

    Augusta National
  • p_diddy06p_diddy06 Members Posts: 18
    My top five...

    1. The Old Course at St. Andrews (you just don't know until you are there)

    2. Sage Vally Golf Club (Augusta like)

    3. Wade Hampton Club

    4. Chanticleer at Greenville Country Club

    5. Cliffs at Walnut Grove (all bent grass!)
  • stevepozstevepoz Members Posts: 304
    Cypress Point Club

    Valhalla Golf Club

    San Francisco Golf Club

    Bethpage Black

    Pebble Beach

    Kiawah Ocean Course
  • drewspindrewspin Charter Members Posts: 2,996
    Some of my favorites, in no particular order:

    Oak Hill, Merion, Olympic, The Golf Club, The Country Club, Congressional, RTJ, Skokie C.C.

    Carnoustie, The Old Course, Royal Worthington

    Taconic Golf Club, Blackwolf Run, Bulle Rock, Beechtree, Pasatiempo, Grand National, Kiawah Ocean Course, Calledonia Golf & Fish Club
  • brf6315brf6315 Members Posts: 60
    In no particular order (except for Dornoch which is my favorite anywhere):


    Royal Dornoch

    St. Andrews Old Course

    Ballybunion Old




    Pacific Dunes


    Crystal Downs

    Kiawah Ocean Course

    Bandon Dunes
  • FairwayFredFairwayFred Sponsors Posts: 3,983 ✭✭
    new course that just made my list, Lookout Mountain GC. High on a mountain in north GA overlooking Chattanooga TN. Much like Shoreacres this is a course I could play every single day and not get tired of it.
    Ari Techner
    National Custom Works
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    (still a huge club HO)
  • DutchDutch Members Posts: 17
    The Old Course

    Southern Hills

    Pinehurst #2

    East Lake

    TPC Woodlands
  • mramagemramage Members Posts: 78
    From Australia, poorly travelled.

    Royal Melbourne East

    Royal Melbourne West

    Barnbougle Dunes

    Kingston Heath

    Yarra Yarra

    The "Sand Belt" region of Melbourne, Australia is pretty special if you get a chance.
  • dubbiedubbie Members Posts: 512
    It's tough to only list 5, but here goes:

    Medinah #3

    TPC - Sawgrass This may be my favorite course of all

    Baltusrol - both course

    Pinehurst #2


    Laurel Valley
  • jb7286jb7286 Members Posts: 56
    in no order

    tpc sawgrass valley course

    tpc sawgrass stadium course

    harbour town gl

    southern dunes

    and some ocean course in hilton head
  • johnnylongballjohnnylongball Members Posts: 547 ✭✭
    edited Jul 30, 2007 #75
    There are some very impressive course lists on this post. Very impressive indeed. My resume:


    Pacific Dunes

    Poipu Bay

    Bandon Dunes

    Kiawah - Ocean

    Wolf Creek


    East Lake

    Honors Course

    Olde Stone

    Golf Club of Tenn

    Old Waverly
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  • mcputtermcputter Members Posts: 931 ✭✭

    1. San Francisco Golf Club

    2. Medinah #3

    3. Desert Forest Golf Club

    4. Troon C.C. (Scottsdale)

    5. Desert Mountain (tie-Renegade, Cochise, Geronimo)


    1. Pinehurst #2

    2. World Woods- Pine Barrens

    3. Torrey Pines- South

    4. Stanford University Course

    5. Troon North
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  • HBXHBX Members Posts: 4
    Great topic.

    The Country Club, Mass.

    World Woods (Pine Barrens), Florida

    The Gallery (North), Arizona

    Ol´Colony, Alabama

    Atlantic City CC, New Jersey
  • opus_mhopus_mh Caddy for Hire...Winning!!! Members Posts: 825
    1) Augusta National......99 holes including the par 3 image/biggrin.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />

    2) TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course 72 holes

    3) Reynolds Plantation Great Waters only 18 here but a bueaty

    4) Cuscowilla also at lake oconee

    5) Ford Plantaion in Richmond Hill

    Cuscowilla and the ford plantaion are very similar. Links style on one side and into the woods on the other. On a windy day the Ford Plantation may be one of the most visually intimidating courses ive ever played.

    I havent played amny good public courses but hers a list

    1) The King and the Bear

    2) Tiger Eye

    3) Caladonia

    4) Queens Harbor

    5) Port Armor


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  • Nike VR Nike VR Members Posts: 63
    Here they are:

    Augusta National

    East Lake

    Pinehurst #2

    Harbour Town

    TPC-Sawgrass Stadium

    Butler National

    Riviera Country Club
  • meptingmepting ClubWRX Posts: 136
    1) Oakmont

    2) Pebble Beach

    3) Pinehurst #2

    4) Spyglass Hill

    5) The Cliffs at Glassy
  • sandwedge59sandwedge59 Unregistered Posts: 689
    1.. Kapalua

    2.. Princeville

    3.. Poipu Bay

    4.. Dunes Club

    5.. Mystic Rock at Nemecolin Woodlands
  • The Big PinchThe Big Pinch Everybody Loves Holly Members Posts: 1,279 ✭✭
    edited Jun 28, 2007 #82





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  • dpriesterdpriester Members Posts: 138
    In no order....

    Pacific Dunes

    Whistling Straits

    Geneva National (Player course)

    Cog Hill #4

    Witch Hollow (Pumpkin Ridge) -- home course
  • Bullet ToothBullet Tooth Members Posts: 15
    Fun topic

    1. Ocean Course at Kiawah

    2. Shadow Creek

    3. Paa Ko Ridge (NM)

    4. Karsten Creek

    5. Colonial

    Just played Shadow Creek last week, so I am certainly pumped about that one. Honorable mention to Harbour Town and Bloody Point at Dafauskie Island.
  • oneplanedanoneplanedan Members Posts: 293
    Fisher Island NY

    European Club Ireland

    Port Rush Ireland

    Pine Valley NJ

    Friar's Head NY

    Hamilton Farms (par 3 course Hickory) NJ
  • spittdoggy1spittdoggy1 Members Posts: 10
    My list certainly pales in comparison to a lot of these, and there isn't much variety:

    Baltusrol (Lower)

    Bethpage Black

    Baltusrol (Upper)

    Plainfield CC

    Sea Island (Ocean)

    Nonetheless, you could do worse than to play those five every day. I can't complain.
  • bsealbseal titleistobsessed Members Posts: 59
    My top 5 is getting better, I'm supposed to play Pebble in a couple of weeks, finally after working at Spyglass for a month I'll get out there, by the way, if someone wants to get out at Spy in exchange for a round at San Francisco Golf Club, message me, I'm dying to get out there!

    PUBLIC (no order):

    Spyglass Hill Golf Course

    Arcadia Bluffs Golf Course

    Whistling Straits - Straits Course

    Blackwolf Run - River Course

    Erin Hills


    1. Riviera CC

    2. L.A. North

    3. The Olympic Club (Lake)

    4. Montreux Golf and Country Club

    5. Southern Highlands Golf Club
  • nagohnagoh Members Posts: 362
    Garden City Golf Club

    Kapalua Plantation

    Royal Dornoch

    The Old Course

  • rgk5rgk5 rgk5(OLB) Members Posts: 3,539 ✭✭
    1. The National in Toronto

    2. Innisbrook Copperhead

    3. Southern Hills

    4. Hamilton Golf and CC

    5. Tidewater
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  • The ZaxThe Zax Members Posts: 4
    I'll cast my five votes, in no particular order:

    Bethpage Black

    Pebble Beach

    Hudson Hills

    Architect's Club

    Long Island National
  • BrodyBrody Members Posts: 20
    I'm surprised none of you have mentioned my course, Black Diamond Ranch- Quarry

    - Quarry course ^

    - spanish bay, California

    -Makena North, Hawaii

    -Carmel Valley Ranch, California

    -Highland Oaks, Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Alabama
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