PINE HURST RESORT – PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA: Although this historic resort boasts nine total golf courses, it is course number two that is most well-known. Designed with the help of Donald Ross and Jack Nicklaus, this course has hosted numerous U.S. Open tournaments. In addition to the nine distinct courses, the luxurious club also features three hotels, a spa, and a myriad of leisure facilities.
THE OCEAN COURSE AT KIAWAH ISLAND RESORT – KIAWAH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA: Located just southwest of Charleston, this scenic resort boasts five total courses. But it is the venerable Ocean Course that is sure to impress even the most discerning golfer. With its sweeping panoramic views, the Ocean Course boasts more seaside holes than any other course in the Northern Hemisphere. Opened in 1991, the Ocean Course has already hosted one Ryder Cup, two World Cup events, and one PGA Championship.
ARNOLD PALMER’S BAY HILL CLUB – ORLANDO, FLORIDA: Conveniently located in Central Florida, this private club and lodge provide world-class accommodations and golfing opportunities. The famed Champion, Challenger, and Charger links encompass 270 acres located along the shores of the Butler Chain of Lakes. In addition to the exceptional golfing, the club also features a variety of lodging accommodations, tennis facilities, a spa, and premium dining opportunities.
AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB – AUGUSTA, GEORGIA: The granddaddy of them all, Augusta National is one of the most famous golf courses in the world. As the host of the venerable Masters Tournament each spring, Augusta National is arguably the most well-known golf course in the country. Boasting a variety of historic landmarks, trees, and other natural elements, Augusta has a tradition like no other course in the region.
PEACHTREE GOLF CLUB – ATLANTA, GEORGIA: The exclusive Peachtree Golf Club offers some of the fastest greens in the country along with an idyllic setting. Owned by Augusta National, the club also features a historic clubhouse dating back to the pre-Civil War era.