The best courses in the world aren't always as easy as a charter flight to Myrtle Beach. Golf Magazine's Josh Sens picks the most remote courses in the Top 100 that are well worth the extra travel.
Bandon Dunes (34 U.S., 63 World), Pacific Dunes (12 U.S., 20 World), Bandon Trails (49 U.S.), Old MacDonald (45 U.S.)
Mike Keiser built it, and they came. So he built another. And another. And another, drawing on the talents of the game's top architects: Doak, Kidd, Coore, Crenshaw. The result: the property with the most Top 100 courses on the planet. On the one hand, the Oregon coast is a long way to go. On the other, once you get there you never want to leave. (Pictured: Pacific Dunes)