Travel may be our uniqueness, luckily our period hitting the road to go to resorts and show you what they’re really like has given us so many period to really hit the links. We played some pretty amazing courses — at some equally amazing resort features — each round had something unique about it. Some of our favorite places are those with amazing scenery. So how about if you double-bogey if all you can see is a crystal-clear sea for miles? (Well, perhaps a reaction from him.) Here are ten courses with amazing views that are worth a trip.
Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo
The Four Seasons Par 72 golf course is, Arnold Palmer planned, has scenic ocean views from four of its gaps, the trees are rich in wilderness (including both backpass and white-faced macaques). It is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, indicating its building was, and its activity is, extra environmentally sensitive as your classic golf course.
Mauna Kea Beach Resort, Hawaii
Mauna Kea Golf Course, Robert Trent Jones Sr planned. Also updated by Rees Jones, is actually voted one of several roof courses in the country. Fixed along the Kohala Coast, the 18-hole course offers beautiful ocean views. Visitors can enjoy a round of golf, hit the car, or a private teaching or team facility.
Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic
Casa De Campo’s sign golf course, the Teeth of the Dog, arguably the best in the Caribbean. It, The multiple side courses on Dye Four and The Links were planned by World Golf Hall of Famer Pete Dye. Each course has 40 gardeners appointed to it, it’s not a surprise, a blade of grass is well out of position. Various gaps provide sweeping views of the Caribbean.
Tubac Golf Resort & Spa, Tucson
Set against the backdrop of the Santa Rita Mountains, the Tubac golf course is known not only for its beautiful desert setting but also for its outstanding, and even its character in the player film “Tin Cups.” Designed by Robert Red Lawrence in 1959, this 18-hole course received an update and a special seven holes in 2006, politeness of Ken Kavanaugh. The four sign gaps on The course are particularly challenging.
The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay, California
This elegant resort offers multiple 18-hole courses built into the Pacific ocean coastline of Half Moon Bay. Both courses are at average level 72, but the Ocean Course often demonstrates more challenging, with ocean breezes and close fairways. The Old Course, originally designed in 1973 by Francis Duane and Arnold Palmer, In 1999 Arthur Hills renovated the house.
La Reunion Golf Resort & Residences, Guatemala
About 30 minutes from the imperial city of Antigua, La Reunion is bliss for golf lovers. Fuego Maya, The 18-hole course designed by Pete Dye, includes opinions of both the Fuego Volcano and the Monte Blanca, as well as the Pacific shoreline. Guests can ask a tee time, take lessons at the Fuego Maya Golf Academy.
Desert Princess Palm Springs Golf Resort
Often at reasonable rates, The Desert Princess draws business travelers expecting to pressure them in some period on the connection. The four nine-hole holes, Finals classes set against a beautiful mountain landscape, and have lovely fairways patterned by so many divots and ponds to create tough rolls.
Eden Roc at Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
Eden Roc is one of the most high-tech features in the Dominican Republic, and is situated in the landscaped Cap Cana city, residence in three Jack Nicklaus classes. Most amazing classes, the crown jewel is now without a wonder the Punta Espada course, named the best course in the Caribbean and Mexico in 2011 by Golfweek. With gorgeous views all around, the Par-3 13th opening includes a tee shot over the ocean.
Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay, Hawaii
Hawaii draws plenty of golf, and nearly all of whom enjoy it grumble about the Challenge at Manele, Jack nicklaus design, An 18-hole course beside the Four Seasons on the tiny island of Lanai. The Pacific Ocean numbers in as a threat for a few tough gaps, creating stunning views along the coast. During the cold!, golf is indeed understood to identify orcas proper from the fairways.
The Boulders, Waldorf Astoria Resort, Phoenix
Tee off at the right time, and you’ll get to take in gorgeous scenery – with lovely mountain structures in The history – from The multiple 18-hole classes at The Boulders. The par-72 North Course and The par-71 South Course provide access to more than enough dunes and muddy hazards, and playing can get some one-on-one training before whacking the connection by having taken private teaching at the resort’s Golf Academy.
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