8 Greatest Golf Courses in the United States

Augusta National Golf Club (Georgia): Home to the Masters Tournament, Augusta National is famous for its pristine condition and iconic holes like Amen Corner.

Pinehurst No. 2 (North Carolina): Designed by Donald Ross, this course is renowned for its crowned greens and has hosted numerous U.S. Open Championships.

Pebble Beach Golf Links (California): Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pebble Beach is known for its stunning coastal views and has hosted multiple U.S. Opens.

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club (New York): One of the oldest golf clubs in the U.S., Shinnecock Hills is a true links course that has hosted several U.S. Opens.

Cypress Point Club (California): Located on the Monterey Peninsula, Cypress Point is famed for its dramatic coastal holes and exclusive membership.

Oakmont Country Club (Pennsylvania): Known for its fast greens and deep bunkers, Oakmont has hosted more major championships than any other course in the U.S.

Winged Foot Golf Club (New York): Particularly its West Course, Winged Foot is known for its challenging layout and has hosted many major championships.

Whistling Straits (Wisconsin): Designed by Pete Dye, this course along Lake Michigan is known for its rugged, windswept terrain and hosted the PGA Championship and Ryder Cup.

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