Follow in the footsteps of legends and play 196 of the world's greatest golf courses
Set in the woody forest of Georgia this is probably one of the most recognisable golf courses in the world and is a superbly designed layout. Mixing highly contoured greens, lakes, streams, azaleas and rhododendrons, adding to the beauty of this stunning course.
The exquisite beauty and unique challenge of this links course has thrilled golfers and spectators alike. Located next to the Pacific Ocean, this is a very challenging course with wonderful Par 3's.
This championship parkland course has incredible views over the Grampian mountains. This modern course has a great mixture of long holes, deep bunkers and quick greens.
A typical coastal links created by the railway companies in the 19th century. Giving the travelling golfer a wonderful experience of links golf, with the fairways cut into the sand dunes. The greens are very quick as well as having subtle burrows. Venue of The Open 2014. Can you follow in the footsteps of Rory McIlroy?
The Belfry, Brabazon
2002, 1993, 1989 and 1985 was the famous Ryder Cup venue. In 2008, it hosted the Quinn Direct British Masters; its 3rd annual European Tour event. the Brabazon's showpieces are the 10th hole, reachable with a long drive across a guarding lake, for big hitters. The 18th hole contains two water hazards, one from the tee and again with the second shot, to a three-tiered green.
Royal Swilken is similar to a course that is over 500 years old, one of the very first courses in existence. Which has held various competitions over the last century, comprising over massive bunkers, open fairways and incredibly challenging contoured greens.
2013 Volvo World Match Play Championship venue; hosting its 4th annual European Tour event. At over 7400 yards with 18 holes and more than 100 bunkers this is one of the finest golf courses in Spain. Situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol, between Marbella and Sotogrande, overlooking the warm Mediterranean.
Home to the flagship European Tour event the BMW Championship. Hosted the HSBC Matchplay for some 45 years, until 2008. Held The Ryder Cup in 1953, this is without doubt the most famous course in England. Designed by Harry Colt and redesigned by Ernie Els.
Home of the Floating Green nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in Idaho. Coeur d'Alene has established itself as a premier destination golf course ranking as the #2 resort course in the US, second only to Pebble Beach, while holding the #1 ranking in the category of 'Beauty and Aesthetics.'