Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Chambers Bay: The course is a strategic masterpiece with wild elevation changes, split fairways, enormous dunes, tattered-edge bunkers and stunning scenery. Located along Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, it wouldn't hurt to know how to play in the wind. Top 100 Teacher Dana Rader shows you how:

Erin Hills Golf Course: Stretching 7,824 yards from the back, Erin Hills has all the length it will ever need, plus an endless variety of lies, stances and angles. Top 100 Teacher Brady Riggs shows you how to get more distance:

Fallen Oak at Beau Rivage: This 7,487-yard layout flaunts its natural attributes, from the rolling terrain to its streams, lakes and wetlands. Top 100 Teacher Charlie King shows you how to chip within tap-in range:

We-Ko-Pa Golf Club (Saguaro): We-Ko-Pa's Saguaro course features extra-wide fairways framed by its namesake cacti, superb variety and imaginative green contouring, along with panoramic mountain vistas in every direction. Top 100 Teacher Bill Forrest shows you how to read greens like a Tour caddie:

The Highland Course at Primland: The firm, fast track features a blend of forced carries and an emphasis on the ground game that make for a superb test. Top 100 Teacher Tim Mahoney shows you how to hit your long irons pure:

Osprey Meadows at Tamarack Resort: Your credit card will not only help you pay for greens fees at this Robert Trent Jones II near-perfect mountain course, it can also save you strokes. Top 100 Teacher Charlie King shows you how:

Sunday River: Sunday River is carved from dense forest and dishes out instant variety and memorability. It's not the kind of place you want to be fighting your slice. Top 100 Teacher Tim Mahoney has the cure:

Circling Raven: This is the rare course that offers so much fun that the setting outweighs any scorecard stress. Top 100 Teacher Mike Malaska has an iron recoil drill to take stress off your game:

The G.C. at Redlands Mesa: Stretched across the floor of a high-desert canyon, Redlands Mesa boasts one memorable hole after another. Top 100 Teacher Tim Mahoney shows you how to hit better drives:

Atlantic City Country Club: Measuring an Old World 6,577 yards and playing to a par 70, the course eases across flat, firm coastal terrain. Top 100 Teacher Bill Forrest shows you how to improve your putting:

Tidewater Golf Club & Plantation: Architect Ken Tomlinson didn't sprinkle mounds over the course, and so his bunkers and greens are on the flattish side. Top 100 Teacher Charlie King shows you how to get out of bunkers:


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