Cypress Point Golf Club

Ranked #3 in the world. Located on the Monterey Peninsula in California. Known primarily for the stretch of holes along the Pacific Ocean 15,16,17. With the 16th being a long par 3 over the ocean!

They have only 275 members with only 30 of them being locals! Every group requires a caddy and has on average 8 groups going out a day!

Ben hogan holds the course record of 63 – 11 under par!

One course rater went on to say “Cypress Point encompasses one of the most spectacular pieces of property one can imagine. The beauty lies within and outside the golf course boundaries, and you may have a few deer grazing to add to nature’s gift. The variety is most amazing: You have some holes that are dune type golf, then you are in the woods for mountain golf, and of course you finish up with the famous seaside stretch for some of the best holes in the world.”


The Alotian Club

2017-27-The-Alotian-Club-hole-14Located here in Little Rock, Arkansas. This golf course is ranked at 27th in the country and 64th in the world. Its a par 72, 7500 yards golf course. That is truly private. Home to the 2013 Western Amateur and the 2019 Palmer Cup.


Tom Fazio designed it in 2004.

“The Alotian Club gives us a hint of what Augusta National would have looked like had Bobby Jones established his dream course on even hillier terrain than Augusta. The first tee shot drops 70 feet to a fairway below, with the approach playing back uphill. The tee on the 205-yard par-3 sixth sits 85 feet above the green. Alotian, founded by Warren Stephens, son of former Masters chairman Jackson Stephens, is the first (and still only) course in Arkansas ever to make America’s 100 Greatest. The Alotian name comes from the annual golf trips Stephens once took with his buddies. He called it America’s Lights Out Tour, and they were the Alotians”

Pine Valley Golf Club

This golf course is #1 in America. Located in New Jersey. It’s a 7101 yard par 70 beauty!

A genuine Orignal, it’s based around a sandy pines barren of southern New Jersey! Mr George Crump is the owner and had help designing the course from H.S Colt, AW Tillinghast and George C Thomas Jr.

This golf course brags the 3 different styles of course, the penal, heroic and strategic. With its lush green grass and it’s twists and turns, it’s hard to see why this course is anywhere but #1!

It’s only hosted 2 tournaments, and the same one 2 different times.

The Walker Cup in 1936 and 1985

This is there logo and you’ll see many top golfers and golfing enthusiasts sporting this logo

Royal County Down, Northern Ireland

Ranked at #1 in the World, Royal County Down, Northern Ireland.

Established in 1889, 129 years ago, first built by Old Tom Morris, who is a St. Andrews legend. First built the championship course on March 23rd, 1889. This course started and finished by the railway station, that still stands today. Today it stands 7,204 yards and a par 71. With a course rating of 75.Slieve Donard

The course got remodeled over the years, and in 1908 Harry Vardon, which is todays layout of the golf course. Also in 1908, it got its Royal Status, from King Edward VII.


They have had some of the best tournaments in the world. Including:

Senior British Open Championship: 2000 2001  2002

The Amateur Championship: 1970  1999
British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship: 1899  1907  1920  1927  1935 1950 1963  2006
Curtis Cup: 1968 United States defeated Great Britain & Ireland, 10.5 to 7.5.
Walker Cup: 2007 United States defeated Great Britain & Ireland, 12.5 to 11.5.
Palmer Cup: 2012 Europe defeated United States, 13½ to 10½.
Irish Open: 1928, 1935, 2015

3rd hole
NEWCASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND, MAY 21 ; The 477 yards par 4, 3rd hole on the championship course at The Royal County Down Golf Club, on May 19, 2007, in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, (photo by David Cannon, Getty Images)