Gary Player’s 10 Favorite Golf Courses

1 of 10 Courtesy of Thracian Cliffs
Thracian Cliffs -- Bulgaria Player Says: "On beautiful white cliffs of the Black Sea, which you can see from every hole. Pebble Beach has nothing on this."
2 of 10 David Cannon/Getty Images
Muirfield -- Scotland Player Says: "I won my first major there with the 1959 Open Championship. I love links golf."
3 of 10 Courtesy of Ria Bintan
Ria Bintan -- Indonesia Player Says: "It is a wonderful course on the sea, and also a short ferry ride from my favorite city in the world, Singapore."
4 of 10 Richard Heathcote/Getty Images
The Links at Fancourt -- South Africa Player Says: "An engineering marvel in my home of South Africa. I captained the Presidents Cup in 2003 there with my good friend Jack Nicklaus."
5 of 10 Courtesy of Saadiyat Island
Saadiyat Island -- Abu Dhabi Player Says: "This course blends into the beautiful blue waters of the Arabian gulf. The only seaside course in the UAE."
6 of 10 Mike Ehrmann/Sports Illustrated
Cypress Point -- Pebble Beach, Calif. Player Says: "I often say that 17-Mile Drive is the most beautiful piece of real estate in the world. Cypress offers the best experience there."
7 of 10 Fred Vuich/Sports Illustrated
Augusta National -- Augusta, Ga. Player Says: "Fifty-two years of competition and memories. Need I say more?"
8 of 10 David Cannon/Getty Images
Royal Melbourne -- Australia Player Says: "I won the first of my seven Australian Opens there ... outstanding sand belt course."
9 of 10 Warren Little/Getty Images
Wentworth -- London Player Says: "I have fond memories winning five World Match Play tournaments there. I still visit when I have a long layover in London."
10 of 10 Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images
Bellerive Country Club -- St. Louis, Mo. Player Says: "I completed the Grand Slam there with the 1965 U.S. Open."