Crosswater Golf Club

    1. Crosswater Golf Club Course Review

    Every time youll be playing here youll discover the unique challenges of each set of tees, as every tee box will feel and play very different each time, due to the variety. The golf course itself is hard but fair and even if youll be shooting high numbers initially, the scenery will make it all worthwhile and youll not let yourself be bothered by scoring, believe me folks. The natural setting will make you feel like youre out in the woods somewhere, in a meadow, with an outstanding view of the mountains. This place is fun, gorgeous and impeccably maintained, the greens are fast and the fairways as true as it gets. Just play once at Crosswater Golf Cluband youll get back every year at this gem in central Oregon.

    Crowne Plaza Tennis and Golf Resort

    2. Crowne Plaza Tennis and Golf Resort Course Review

    Sitting at just over 2,300 yards, and with a course rating of only 31, the scoring is definitely out there when you approach this track. Leave the driver in the car, because it will not be needed at any point unless you are very daring that is. Hitting the long irons off of the tee will allow you to easily navigate this short track, and you can still put up a very low score.

    Cypress Point Club

    3. Cypress Point Club Course Review

    Metrics aside, the Cypress Point Clubwas designed way back in 1928 by the famous architect Alister McKenzie and its a legend among golf enthusiasts, i.e. there are very few courses in the US as revered as the Cypress Point. From a designers point of view, this golf course is a true masterpiece, extraordinary and timeless, being located on an epic piece of real estate which delivers amazing natural beauty thus making this golf course to receive consistent high ratings year after year. Actually, the Cypress Point Clubis rated as one of the top three golf-courses ever built consistently by all the big names in the golf publishing industry. The genius of Alister McKenzie was that he did not try to overpower the landscape, but it allowed the golf course to blend in, to take shape almost organically, symbiotically sort to speak. As far as golf courses go, the Cypress Point is a true enigma, being one of the most beautiful, most famous and one of the greatest in the world; however, there are not so many people who actually played here.

    Dallas National Golf Club

    4. Dallas National Golf Club Course Review

    Dramatic holes and impressive views, these two things really sum up the essence of the Dallas National Golf Club. Truth be told, its a very good thing that caddies are provided by default, as this course is fairly difficult to walk, due to the distances between the holes and the undulated terrain. Also, the Dallas National Golf Clubis relatively hard to play, especially at the greens, boasting its perfect conditioning, the challenging routing and the very fast greens, which are perfect for professional golf players like Hunter Mahan. Bottom line, this is a Grade-A golf course, making every day spent here feel like Christmas.

    Desert Forest Golf Club

    5. Desert Forest Golf Club Course Review

    Red Lawrence managed to create a true gem in the heart of Arizona, which actually earned him the moniker the Desert Fox of design, thanks to the courses nothing short of revolutionary layout. Basically, the Desert Forest Golf Clubis a golf course which is laid upon an outstanding native desert piece of real estate, hewn by millennia of rain, wind and erosion. As Golfweek magazine puts it, the Desert Forest Golf Clubis a revolutionary landmark in terms of golf architecture and I must agree to that statement fully.

    Speaking of pure golf, it means that while visiting with Desert Forest Golf Clubyoull encounter zero water hazards in play, no OB stakes and also zero fairway bunkers. None, zip, zero, nada, but youll learn as you play along that Red Lawrence did an awesome job working with the natural contours provided by the landscape to defend the fairways sort to speak, i.e. bunkers are totally unnecessary here.

    Diamond Creek Golf Club

    6. Diamond Creek Golf Club Course Review

    The Diamond Creek is a privately owned golf club and its built on one thousand acres of beautiful real estate located just outside of North Carolina, in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The landscape is absolutely wonderful here, but the best thing about the Diamond CreekGolf Clubis that its design wears the signature of the famous architect Tom Fazio. The Diamond CreekGolf Clubis part of a private-gated golf community and its renowned for its excellent golf game, which is set at a mountain elevation of four thousand feet. The golf course itself spreads over 200 acres of prime real estate and its located in a picturesque mountain landscape, being consistently ranked high in Golfs Digest best courses in the US.

    Dismal River Golf Club

    7. Dismal River Golf Club Course Review

    This is a private golf retreat, absolutely unique and it sits majestically in the universally acclaimed Nebraska Sandhills. The Dismal RiverGolf Club was built over a magnificent 2900 acres piece of real estate which harbors one of the finest golf courses in the world together with a cattle ranch. The locals like to say that the Dismal River was actually designed by nature, with a little help from Tom Doak and Jack Nicklaus, being a links style golf course which promises and delivers nothing short of extraordinary for golf players of all skill levels, in an unspoiled environment, 100% free from the frantic pace of our modern-day society. Long story short, visiting the Dismal RiverGolf Club will provide you with the most rewarding and pure golfing experience in Americas heartland.

    Dormie Club Golf Course

    8. Dormie Club Golf Course Review

    The Dormie Club Golf is the only one in North Carolina wearing the signature of architects Coore and Crenshaw and it makes for a great challenge, offering its visitors superb golfing conditions and great views due to its beautiful scenery, which makes for a truly serene place, where you can enjoy a great round of golf while admiring the nature. One of the most amazing features of the Dormie Club Golf is the fact that is was built for the purest golf-experience amid nature and it sits majestically on 810 acres of beautiful real estate, where are no homes, no roads i.e. basically no distractions, making for the ultimate golfing experience. Even if the Dormie Club Golf is rated as second-best in North Carolina and #43 in the United States by the reputable Golf Digest magazine, playing here is like no other, mark my words folks.

    Eagle Point Golf Club

    9. Eagle Point Golf Club Course Review

    Located on a beautiful piece of real estate in Wilmington, North Carolina, the Eagle Point Golf Club is ranked 3rd in the state, 48th on Golf Digests Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2011-2012 and its a high-end golfing facility, which gives you a great chance to play the ultimate round of golf, offering its visitors excellent course conditions throughout the season. The Eagle Point Golf Club features 7170 yards from its longest tees for a 72 par, with a slope rating of 146 and a course rating of 75,5. The 18-hole Eagle Point Golf Club will make you enjoy every moment spent on its premises and everything is maintained in top notch conditions, from the course itself to the locker rooms, not to mention the friendly staff which makes you feel like home, being very helpful and most informative. The course will present you with various challenges on every shot, but in a good way, as youll never experience a dull moment while youre playing here.

    East Lake Golf Club

    10. East Lake Golf Club Course Review

    Located in Atlanta Georgia, the East Lake Golf Club is just 2 miles east of down-town and its a private resort, available just for members and their guests. Originally designed by architect Tom Bendelow, the East Lake Golf Club was first opened for business way back in 1908 and just five years later, in 1913, the golf course was re-designed by famous architect Donald Ross, who built 2 loops of 9 holes. Fifteen years after that, Donald Ross returned and he designed a 2nd course, which was ready to welcome players in 1930.