Courtesy of Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
By Joe Passov
Thursday, August 18, 2016

Every two years, GOLF puts together the best of the best when it comes to golf courses you can play. Sure, you can't get on to Augusta National or Pine Valley, but you still have access to some of the best courses in the world like Pebble Beach, Bandon Dunes, Harbour Town, Erin Hills and more. Some of these gems are closer to you than you think, too, and we made it easy for you by breaking it down state by state. If you want the complete rankings of the Top 100 Courses You Can Play, click here.

1. Nemacolin Woodlands (Mystic Rock), Farmington

2. Omni Bedford Springs, Bedford

3. Olde Stonewall, Ellwood City

4. Glen Mills, Glen Mills

5. Wyncote, Oxford

6. Hershey (West), Hershey

9. Omni Bedford Springs (Old), Bedford, Pa.: With holes designed by Spencer Oldham, Ross and A.W. Tillinghast, Bedford may be a mutt, but it’s best in breed, thanks to a fine sympathetic restoration by Ron Forse, who “followed the footprints of the 1923 Ross golf course.” Tucked 90 minutes east of Pittsburgh, Bedford Springs features hilly opening and closing stretches and Shober’s Run, a Gold Medal trout stream visible or in play on 12 holes.
No. 1 at Omni Bedford Springs (Old) / Courtesy of Omni Bedford Springs

7. Broad Run, West Chester

8. Totteridge, Greensburg

9. Tom's Run at Chesnut Ridge, Blairsville

10. Berkleigh, Kutztown

11. Inniscrone, Avondale

12. Iron Valley, Lebanon

13. Great Bear, East Stroudsburg

14. Jack Frost National, Blakeslee

15. Lederach, Harleysville

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