World’s Best Golf Courses

Golf is a sport enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels all over the world. Whether you’re playing professionally or just for fun, golf is proven reduce stress while improving your health, concentration and social skills. Robert Lammle is a pharmacist in Utah who loves playing golf in his spare time. Robert Lammle has played golf at golf courses all over country and around the world.

Here are the world’s best golf courses from Robert Lammle:

 

  1. Sky Mountain Golf Course – Hurricane, Utah

Sky Mountain Golf Course is a public 18-hole golf course located in southwestern Utah. Surrounded the Pine Valley Mountain Range and Zion National Park, this course boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The course is 6,383 yards and par 72.

 

  1. Pine Valley Golf Club – Clementon, New Jersey

This 6,765-yard and par 70 course is located in New Jersey’s secluded Pine Barrens. It was ranked #1 on Golf Digest’s 2013-2014 Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses in America and #1 in the state of New Jersey. The course has 18 signature holes that feature amazing elevation changes and magnificent green complexes.

 

  1. Muirfield Village Golf Club – Gullane, Scotland

One of the world’s oldest golf clubs, Muirfield opened in 1744. The course plays host to many international and national championships, for both amateurs and professionals. Jack Nicklaus won his first British Open here. The 7,221-year/ par 71 course is perfect for players who enjoy a challenge or want to play a classic links course.

 

  1. St. Andrews Old Course – St. Andrews, Scotland

This 7,279-yard/ par 72 course is the oldest in the world. Golf has been played here since the 15th century, and the course has been played by the world’s best golfers. Today, it’s a must-play course for any golf fanatic. This course created the 18-hole standard and is home to The Open Championship.

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