With every style of golf course imaginable, a golf trip to the USA is truly a rite of passage. From the lush, low-country fairways of the south to the windswept greens along the Pacific, the variety of golf in the U.S. is as impressive as its beauty.
But with thousands of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to the USA can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. From coast to coast, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to the USA.
Pine Valley has long been considered the No. 1 course on a golf trip to the USA and, in some cases, the world. The stunning track, while pleasing to the eye, offers a host of challenges. Predominant bunkering and tight fairways demand accuracy off the tee. Sprawled across 600 acres in the sandy Pine Barrens of New Jersey, Pine Valley truly offers a once-in-a-lifetime golf experience.
While a tee time at Augusta National is almost impossible to attain on a golf trip to the USA, the course is the official host of the annual Masters Tournament and arguably the most famous in the U.S. The ultra-exclusive private club is notorious for its impeccably groomed fairways and greens, stunning azaleas, and an associated history unlike any other.
Nestled on the Monterey Peninsula, Cypress Point was originally designed by Alister MacKenzie and opened in 1928. Almost a century later, and the course remains one of the great golf masterpieces of the U.S. Fairways weave through natural dunes, the Del Monte Forest, and the rocky Pacific coastline to make for an unforgettable round on your golf trip to the USA.
Shinnecock Hills, located between the Peconic Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, is a masterful links-style course on your golf trip to the USA. Founded in 1891, Shinnecock is the oldest incorporated club in the U.S. and has hosted several professional tournaments including the U.S. Open Championship, the U.S. Amateur, the Women’s Amateur, and the Walker Club.
Designed in 1903 by Henry Fownes, Oakmont Country Club is one of the top destinations on a golf trip to the USA and features firm greens, narrow fairways, and 175 bunkers highlighted by the infamous “church pews.” The club has also hosted more USGA and PGA Championships than any other course in the U.S.
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