GOLF’s Architecture Editor, Ran Morrissett, breaks down everything you need to know on the criteria that goes into ranking GOLF’s Top 100 Courses in the world.
Muirfield Village Golf Club will look different in the future after a 2020 renovation, spurred on by Jack Nicklaus.
The 2019 U.S. Amateur has a unique twist. For the first time, the 36-hole final will be competed on two different courses.
Winged Foot came with expectations and it surpassed them all. This is a Top 100-course experience you won’t forget.
The U.S. Open is at Pebble Beach this week. But Pebble is far from the only quality public course in the area worth checking out.
Over the last year I played more courses than any other golfer in the world, or at least more courses in more cool places than anyone.
There are plenty of publicly accessible courses on the U.S. Top 100 list, and some of them are even downright affordable! Here are nine courses from our most recent ranking that can be played for under $200.
This year, a few courses haven’t merely entered our Top 100 lists, they’ve rocketed into the upper ranks. There are 11 rookies in all, including a mirage of a links in the Middle East. Seeing is believing, so c’mon, take a look.
The Top 100 Courses in the World feature 20 different countries, all kinds of decades and multiple centuries. Here are 11 numbers that explain everything you need to know about the ranking.
Although most of our Top 100 courses sit behind locked gates, many others—63 to be precise—will welcome your green fee. If you’re looking to knock a bunch off your bucket list, home in on these three golf meccas—two of them are historic, and one of them changed the face of public golf in the U.S.