GOLF’s Chief Photographer, Christian Hafer, reflects on his once in a lifetime opportunity playing Augusta National.
Eleven courses entered or rejoined our Top 100 World ranking, but just as impressive are six serious climbers.
A nod to the courses that just missed the cut in our Top 100 Courses in the World ranking — in some cases, by a razor-thin margin.
The Top 100 golf courses in the world include a number of private courses off-limits to the public, but a lot of them are somewhat open to you.
Which state has the most Top 100 courses? Which architect? Which courses moved the most? Here are the must-see numbers from this year’s list.
Pine Valley leads GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the World ranking. Architect Tom Doak explains why it’s the best of the best.
Take a virtual tour of Pine Valley Golf Club and see why it tops the list of GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the world.
This year’s numbers reveal trends and tastes that altered the standings like never before. Here’s why some longtime favorites didn’t make the list.
While other ranking outlets employ thousands of raters, GOLF’s less-is-more approach creates a more meaningful and thoughtful list.
Our expert course raters sized up the best golf courses on the planet to rank GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the World for 2020-21.