America's Golf Course Guide
We are proud to bring you America's definitive Golf Course Guide. Our staff have played, reviewed and researched golf courses across the country and have assembled that knowledge into this unique online guide. Inside, you'll find:
Featured Golf Destinations
Arizona is arguably the new golf capital of the United States, boasting more high-quality courses than any of the longstanding traditional golf meccas. The Phoenix-Scottsdale resort corridor alone has more than 200 courses, and Tucson, home to the PGA Tour-event-hosting Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa, is a top golf destination in its own right. Whether you're looking for big-time resort courses such as South at Boulders Golf Club & Resort or a great muni like We-Ko-Pa Golf Club, Arizona has it all and definitely won't disappoint.
Golf in the Carolinas is so distinct that "Carolina golf" has actually become part of the golfer's lexicon, a term for courses with dramatic elevation changes and floral flourishes. But golf in North and South Carolina isn't just about hills, mountains, valleys and fall foliage. The Carolinas boast some of the best coastal courses in the U.S. at Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head Island, the latter home to Harbour Town Golf Links and its famed lighthouse. Carolina resorts are also legendary: ever heard of a place called Pinehurst? All of this adds up to one of the most rich, varied golf destinations in the nation.
Golf in Nevada is no gamble. In recent years, Las Vegas has become one of the country's top high-end golf destinations, boasting mega-exclusive courses, such as the $500 a round, fence-encircled Tom Fazio design at the Wynn Las Vegas resort, and just flat out world-class courses like The Falls. But Nevada golf isn't just about Sin City. Reno and Lake Tahoe also have good golf scenes, so you don't have to be a high roller to hit the links in Nevada.
California's golf scene is as varied as the state's land and people. From the cool ocean breezes of San Diego, to the smoggy vistas of Los Angeles, to the towering mountains and swaying trees of Palm Springs, your California golfing scenery can dramatically change in a 90-minute drive. Want to play by the ocean? Try Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles. How about the desert? PGA West TPC Stadium Course is a great option. The bottom line is: whatever your golf fancy, California has the answer.
Let's be honest, though it's got some stiff competition from other states these days, Florida is still the epicenter of golf in the U.S. The Sunshine State has over 1,200 golf courses, more than any other state. They stretch from Jacksonville, just a few minutes from the World Golf Village, to Miami, where the Blue Monster at Doral Golf Resort & Spa will push your game to the max. In between, there's Orlando, boasting more than 100 tracks. So, when it comes to Florida golf, the only problem you'll have is picking which courses to play.
Golf Courses By State