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Golf Courses & Resorts in the United States

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The United States is a whole world of golf. There are more great courses in the US than in any other country on the planet. Most people can only dream about playing most of them, but let me assure you: they are all well within reach of the dedicated traveling golfer. True, some of them are very expensive to play, but many courses by some of the world's greatest architects (Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, etc.) can be played for less than $50 - you just have to know where to find them.
  1. The Southeast
  2. The Southwest
  3. The Northeast
  4. The Northwest
  5. The Midwest
  1. California
  2. The Far West
  3. The Rocky Mountains
  4. Golf in Hawaii

The Southeast

Where and how to find the great golf courses and resorts of the Southeast United States

The Southwest

Where and how to find the best golf courses and resorts of the Southwestern United States

The Northeast

Photograph of Crystal Springs Resort, NJ

Where and how to find the best golf courses and resorts in the Northeastern United States.

The Northwest

Photograph of Coeur d'Alene's Floating Green

Where and how to find the best golf courses and resorts of the Northwestern United States

The Midwest

Image of the 12th Hole at The Territory, Duncan, Oklahoma

Some areas of the Midwest are still a little off-the-beaten path, but the big cities, such and Tulsa and Oklahoma City, offer a choice of golf resorts and courses little different from those in more populous states. Here you'll find out where and how to find the Top Golf Courses and Golf Resorts in the region.

California

The 8th at Fairecliff, Palm Desert, CA

Reviews and listing for Golf courses and resorts in California

The Far West

The 6th at Edgewood Lake Tahoe

Golf courses and resorts in the far western United States, including Nevada, Utah

The Rocky Mountains

Photograph of River Course at Keystone - The 18th Tee

Nowhere in the world will you find championship golf in a more spectacular setting. The Rocky Mountains - Vail, Keystone, Beaver Creek etc. - offer a golf experience like no other. Be sure to put the Rocky Mountains on your list of MUST places to visit.

Golf in Hawaii

The 6th at Poipu Bay Golf lub

Hawaii is a land of serene beauty where every golf shot is an adventure into a magical kingdom of lush green fairways, velvet greens, and spectacular mountain and ocean views. From the Big Island to Kauai, and all points in between, Hawaii is the quintessential golfing destination.

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