Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

    1. Caledonia Golf & Fish Club Course Review

    The Caledonia Golf & Fish Club can be described as the definition of eighteen signature holes, with the holes routed masterfully around meandering streams and beautiful oak-trees. Also, the Caledonia Golf & Fish Club has 6526 yards of golf from the longest tees for a 70 par, featuring picturesque eighteenth hole borders, designed by the controversial architect Mike Strantz. According to the locals, this is Myrtle Beachs second best golf course, if not the best, it was first opened for public back in 1994 and it was built with the intention of preserving the lands natural beauty. The architect removed just one oak

    California Golf Club of San Francisco

    2. California Golf Club of San Francisco Course Review

    The California Golf Club course was totally restored a few years ago, in 2008 by Kyle Phillips and now it looks just as good as in its golden age sort to speak, boasting an outstandingly beautiful design with a touch of grandeur. The California Golf Club is absolutely unique in Northern California for its firm and fast playing conditions. Keep in mind that the Cal is a walk only golf course but caddies are available if requested. Also, appropriate golf attire (no denim/shorts) is absolutely required.

    Blue Course at Cane Patch Par 3

    3. Blue Course at Cane Patch Par 3 Course Review

    Packed with creeks and small ponds throughout, this is no walk in the park. You really have to be careful, or you will find yourself in trouble early, and often. Another unique feature is the amount of bunkers placed sporadically throughout, and some are quite hidden. The bunkers have been strategically placed throughout, to catch anyone off guard at any given time and do not miss long at any time, or a bunker will be waiting or worse, a creek. The Cane Patch is a true Par 3 beauty, and I do not recommend that anyone pass this up while in the area, or you will really be missing out on a rare treat.

    Cardinal Golf Club, The

    4. Cardinal Golf Club, The Course Review

    The golf course is full of length throughout, and bunkers are waiting around every corner. If you are able to navigate your way through the tight, windy, and extremely lengthy golf course, you can have a rewarding round ahead of you. But beware, if you are not on your A game, and cant find the fairway off of the tee, then you will struggle and be beat around pretty bad. This golf course is not your typical member course, which you would get that feeling when you look at the scorecard and see a par 70 awaiting you, but be careful. There is plenty of length at this track, and the elevation throughout adds the right amount of length to mess with anyones game.

    Carmel Country Club -North

    5. Carmel Country Club -North Course Review

    The practice facilities are in a league of their own. From the massive putting greens near the first tee box of each course, to the newly renovated short game area that has three practice greens to work with, Carmel stands above the rest. If that is not enough for you, then they also have a 37th hole, which allows golfers to work on their game from 70 yards and in. Carmel also provides a very unique opportunity with having the two golf courses, they have two different types of grass on the putting greens. One practice green is Bent, while the other is Bermuda, and this is something that not many courses give as an option. You are able to perfect your putting and short game on two types of greens, and that alone, is unprecedented.

    Carolina Lakes Golf Club

    6. Carolina Lakes Golf Club Course Review

    The golf course was actually nominated for Golf Digests Best New Courses for under $75, and many say that Carolina Lakes has the best greens in the area and I would leave this for debate. For about 8 months, the greens truly are amazing.

    The downfall here, is that the greens are Bent, so in the middle of the hot summer months they tend to burn out and die down. A unique feature at The Lakes, is that they do offer five sets of tees, which allows golfers to give it a run from a multitude of distances. There is also a Family Tee, which plays to a par 55, with 17 par 3s and 4s. ?In all, I would not rank Carolina Lakes as the most difficult course I have ever played, but it truly is a course for everyone. Any type of golfer can tee it up here and enjoy a fun-filled round of golf.

    Caves Valley Golf Club

    7. Caves Valley Golf Club Course Review

    The golf course was designed by the famous architect Tom Fazio and it can be described best as a golfers club, being one of the few places in the USA where everything is focused on the game itself and the golfers s specific needs

    The Caves Valley Golf Club features eighteen holes, each of them designed in sync with the natural environment. Also, while visiting here you will benefit from a top-notch practice-facility which offers various practice ranges, including putting greens, chipping greens and sand bunkers.

    The staff is professionally trained and the Caves Valley Golf Club also has a comprehensive Caddie program to meet all the requirements of the Membership. The Caves Valley Golf Club was first opened in July 1991 and it was deemed good enough to have hosted numerous national championships since its inception. Long story short, if youre looking for a memorable golfing experience, the Caves Valley Golf Club is a must-try, being a very popular place among the local business community and rivaling basically any other golf club in the United States with its highly entertaining and friendly infrastructure.

    The Cedar River Course at Shanty Creek

    8. The Cedar River Course at Shanty Creek Course Review

    The most scenic place at the Cedar River Golf Course at Shanty Creek harbors the 13th and 14th holes, which are totally unique, as they play across undulating rolling hills framed by fescue and tall heather, together with cleverly located trees and bunkers. Last but not least, this golf course is always in tip-top shape and it was recently renovated. Playing here youll fall in love by the natural beauty of the place and the playability this course offers to its visitors, making you wish to return again as soon as possible.

    Chambers Bay Golf Course

    9. Chambers Bay Golf Course Review

    Long story short, this makes for arguably the best debut in history, as far as golf course designs go. The Chambers Bay Golf Club will offer you a wild and unforgettable journey over its 7585 yards of golf from the longest tee. Playing here youll be amazed by the landscape, romping through waste areas and dunes, over-up-and-down hills and mounds, most of them being artificially crafted/created as to appear as if swept by the wind. The landscape will offer you subtle cues hence most of your shots if youre playing for the first time here will be intuitive, but as youre becoming familiarized with the landscape, theyll become certain shots. The Chambers Bay Golf Club is lots of fun with the ground-game, it plays fast and firm and it makes for a truly unique experience, reminding you of the origins of the game with every shot.

    Champion Hills Golf Club

    10. Champion Hills Golf Club Course Review

    Hence, every fairway is located in a specially designated valley and every hole is basically a world unto itself, part of the architects masterpiece, without distractions or intrusions. The Champion Hills in North Carolina is ranked 6 in the state and number one in the county, being hugely enjoyable and making for a once in a life time golfing experience. Tom Fazio designed this golf course by pulling out all the bells and whistles and managed to challenge players via elevation changes, whilst revealing the epic scenery of the distant mountains. Also, he created a course which is hugely playable and enjoyable for any type of golf player, regardless of his/hers skill level. If youre looking for outstanding amenities, a championship golf course and the relaxed Southwestern lifestyle, the Champion Hills golf club will provide you with an excellent opportunity to enjoy your favorite game while admiring the spectacular Mountain View, on a golf course which looks hard but plays easy.