One of the coolest parts of playing golf is that no two golf courses are the same. Fundamentally, the game is identical: you swing the same clubs, and you hit the same ball. But each game varies based on the course you're playing.
1. Pacific Dunes
2. Pebble Beach Golf Links
Over the years, Pebble Beach has been home to some of golf's greatest events. This includes the US Open, the PGA Championship, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and the PURE Insurance Championship.
Pinehurst No. 2's long 18 holes boast the title of having the most golf championships hosted in the history of US golf. With rolling fairways, legendary inverted-saucer greens, and tall Longleaf pines, this course is a must-see for golfers visiting North Carolina.
4. Oakmont Country Club
Considered to be one of the earliest golf courses in America, Shinnecock Hills' architecture hasn't really been altered in over 50 years.
7. Augusta National Golf Club