Best Public Golf Courses in the South

1 of 17 Courtesy of Greenbrier
Here is a sampling of the best courses you can play in the South. A complete list of the South, plus the best courses in every state, is here. The Greenbrier (Greenbrier) White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. -- $150-$285, greenbrier.com
2 of 17 Courtesy of Golden Horseshoe
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club (Gold) Williamsburg, Va. -- $69-$169, colonialwilliamsburg.com
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4 of 17 Courtesy of Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst Resort (No. 2) Pinehurst, N.C. -- $360-$420, pinehurst.com
5 of 17 Evan Schiller
Tobacco Road Golf Club Sanford, N.C. -- $49-$134, tobaccoroadgolf.com
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7 of 17 Courtesy of Linville
Linville Golf Club Linville, N.C. -- $120, eseeola.com
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9 of 17 Courtesy of Kiawah Island Resort
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resort Kiawah Island, S.C. -- $217-$343, kiawahresort.com
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11 of 17 Larry Lambrecht
Barefoot Resort (Love) North Myrtle Beach, S.C. -- $100-$185, barefootgolf.com
12 of 17 Courtesy of May River Golf Club
May River Golf Club at Palmetto Bluff Bluffton, S.C. -- $175-$260, palmettobluffresort.com
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14 of 17 Evan Schiller
Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club (Champ.) Orlando, Fla. -- $100-$300, bayhill.com
15 of 17 Courtesy of Doral
Doral Resort (TPC Blue Monster) Miami, Fla. -- $210-$325, doralresort.com
16 of 17 Courtesy of Hammock Beach
Hammock Beach Resort (Ocean) Palm Coast, Fla. -- $115-$169, hammockbeach.com
17 of 17 Courtesy of Fallen Oak
Fallen Oak at Beau Rivage Resort Biloxi, Miss. -- $200, fallenoak.com