The most prolific architect on our Top 100 list doesn’t enjoy the name-recognition of a Ross or Mackenize, but he’s every bit as great.
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Trump owns 19 courses around the world, two of which have been standouts on our list. Where did they fall on our latest ranking?
Forty-nine courses in the United States made GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the World ranking. Here’s your state-by-state guide.
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.
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Pine Valley leads GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the World ranking. Architect Tom Doak explains why it’s the best of the best.