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Designer: Lionel Hewson, Tom Simpson

‘The beauty of the terrain surpasses that of any golf course I know, not excepting Pine Valley in America’ Tom Simpson on BallybunionBlessed with the most formidable dune structure in Ireland, golf was introduced to the small Kerry town of Ballybunion in 1893, tho


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Designer: Tom Doak

‘Every architect dreams of building among the sand dunes, in the same terrain where golf was conceived in the British Isles. For me and my associates, Pacific Dunes is that dream come true.’ Tom DoakThe opening of Pacific Dunes in 2001 not only launched the intern


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In the middle of Bass Strait, on the northwestern tip of remote King Island, sits Australia’s tallest lighthouse and one of the world’s most spectacular golf sites. Cape Wickham Links opened for public play on October 30, 2015.


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'For years I have been contending that in our generation no other golf course could possibly compete with the strategic problems, the thrills, the excitement, variety and lasting and increasing interest of the Old Course, but the completion of Cypress Point has made me change my mind.' Dr Ali


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Designer: Charles Blair Macdonald

‘I believe in reverencing anything in the life of man which has the testimony of the ages as being unexcelled, whether it be literature, paintings, poetry, tombs – even a golf hole.’ Charles Blair MacdonaldA giant of early-American golf, Charles Blair Macdon


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Designer: George Crump, Harry S. Colt

Recognized almost universally as the best golf course on the planet, Pine Valley is built among the sandy pinelands of southern New Jersey, around 20 miles south-east of Philadelphia. The course was founded, financed and primarily designed by hotelier George Crump, who first spotted this remarkab


Royal Dornoch Golf Club Championship Course
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Designer: George Duncan, John Sutherland, Old Tom Morris

‘No golfer has completed his education until he has played and studied Royal Dornoch’ Herbert Warren WindThe historic Highlands village of Dornoch, in Scotland’s far north, is home to some of the oldest linksland in the world, primitive golf starting on its


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Arguably the most important American golf course since Augusta National, Sand Hills is set among the endless rolling dunes of north-central Nebraska. Its 1995 opening not only placed this remote and seemingly desolate region firmly on the golfing radar, but it almost single-handedly lead to a reb


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The oldest incorporated golf club in America, Shinnecock Hills was founded in 1891 by wealthy New York businessmen who were introduced to the game during a visit to France the previous year. William Vanderbilt and a group of his Long Island associates had discovered golf while staying in the reso


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Designer: Allan Robertson, Old Tom Morris, unknown

Whether golf evolved from a Dutch, Belgian, German, Roman or Chinese sport or is entirely indigenous to Scotland, St Andrews is unquestionably the birthplace of the modern game. The town’s famous Old Course, the oldest continuous golfing field in existence, has been in action since at least


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