Constructed in 1991 by the top golf architect Robert Trent Jone, considered to be a top ranked golf course.
Score a hole-in-one on the 19th, and you have just won yourself a million and the right to call yourself the most Xtreme golfer on Earth!
With nothing but water between the tee and the green, the 17th hole strikes fear into even the most accomplished player.
This course holds worthy reputation worldwide as a testing layout for even the best golfers. This ‘desert miracle’ features hundreds of indigenous species of flora and fauna, beautifully complemented by meandering fairways and seven fresh and saltwater lakes.
Founded in 1878, this course is the eight time host of the British Golf Open Championship.
Arguably the most famous golf course on the planet.
The location couldn't be more dramatic with elevated greens and sunken fairways most bordering 100 foot cliffs with the Pacific Ocean crashing on the rocks below.
This course hugs the Monterey coastline and has many wide-open water views.
Rolling fairways set amidst pine trees and beautiful lakes, features include the almost island green of the 9th and the famous 16th Par 3 over the cliffs.
Famous for the iconic Harbour Town Lighthouse, this course is one of Pete Dye’s best with very little undulation and each hole carved out of the tree-line marsh.