Best New Golf Courses 2009

1 of 10 Ken May/Courtesy of Fusion Media Strategies
1. Best New Courses You Can Play French Lick, Indiana 8,102 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $350 888-936-9360 frenchlick.com
2 of 10 Paul Hundley
3. Best New Private Course Roanoke, Va. 7,294 yards, par 72 ballyhackgolfclub.com Designer: Lester George
3 of 10 Douglas Burke/Courtesy of Troon Golf
1. Best New Private Course Heber City, Utah 7,653 yards, par 72 redledges.com
4 of 10 Mark Parsinen/Courtesy Castle Stuart Golf Links
Best New International Course Inverness, Scotland 7,009 yards, par 72 $177-$244 01144-1463-795440 castlestuartgolf.com
5 of 10 Dick Durrance/Courtesy of OB Sports Golf Management
Honorable Mention Best New Courses You Can Play Blue Springs, Mo. 7,131 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $50-$75 816-228-3333 stonecanyongolfclub.com
6 of 10 Patrick Drickey/Stonehouse Golf/Courtesy of Ritz-Carlton GC, Dove Mountain
4. Best New Courses You Can Play Marana, Ariz. 7,849 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $80-$225 520-572-3500 ritzcarlton.com/dovemountain
7 of 10 Tim Hall/Courtesy of Wine Valley Golf Club
5. Best New Courses You Can Play Walla Walla, Wash. 7,360 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $45-$90 877-333-9842 winevalleygolfclub.com
8 of 10 Nile Young/Courtesy of Waldorf Astoria Golf Club
3. Best New Courses You Can Play Orlando, Fla. 7,113 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $75-$185 407-597-3783 waldorfastoriagolfclub.com
9 of 10 Russell Kirk/Courtesy of Sequoyah National Golf Club
2. Best New Courses You Can Play Cherokee, N.C. 6,602 yards, par 72 Green Fees: $65-$110 828-497-3000 sequoyahnational.com
10 of 10 Allen Kennedy/Courtesy Shooting Star Golf Club
5. Best New Private Course Teton Village, Wyo. 7,550 yards, par 72 shootingstarjh.com Designer: Tom Fazio