Best Golf Courses in The World
Go and untie your legs in one of the ten green golf courses where luxury and the sea are all the more meaningful! Bring out your best shackles!
- Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand
Designed by architect Tom Doak and completed in 2004, this golf course is 6,510 meters long. Located near Hawke Bay on the east coast of the North Island, this 18-hole course is awe-inspiring in its bright green, contrasting with the mesmerizing blueberry of the ocean.
- Blue Canyon, Thailand
Located in the Phuket region, this 720-acre golf course is a set gem amidst the Phang Nga mountains and the Andaman Sea. It started in 1988; this route was built to encroach as little as possible on the natural landscapes and the surrounding nature.
- Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, Hawaii, USA
Bordering the Pacific Coast, this golf course was designed by architect and golfer Jack Nicklaus. It travels through several fruit trees, such as mango and guava trees and offers a view of the ocean for more than 800 meters.
- Pezula Golf Club, South Africa
Located a few kilometers from the town of Knysna, in the Western Cape province, this golf course is perched at the seaside, in addition to offering incredible views of the cliffs and lush nature.
- Engstligenalp Golf Mountain, Switzerland
Located in the town of Adelboden, this golf course is the highest in Europe, reaching 2000 meters above sea level. With a combination of arid plain and elegance, this 18-hole golf course will delight both seasoned golfers and nature lovers.
- Pebble Beach Golf, California, USA
Camped at the foot of the Pacific Ocean, this course, which hosted the US Open five times, was designed along the rocky shores of Carmel Bay. This 18-hole course near Monterrey is the playground of the Los Angeles and San Francisco golfers.
- Banff Springs Golf Course, Canada
Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this Albertan golf course amazes with its breathtaking 360°views. Formerly an 18-hole, it was transformed in 1989 into 27 holes.
- Sandy Lane, Barbados
With three golf courses, Sandy Lane Golf Club offers its golfers magnificent views of the Caribbean. The three golf courses have 411 meters of the exercise area, sand pit, and green.
- Golf de Sperone, Corsica, France
The Sperone Golf Course is now considered one of the most beautiful in the world, mainly thanks to its 16th hole which offers to play over a dazzling turquoise sea. Located in Bonifacio, the Sperone Golf course boasts many stunning panoramas.
- Bay Harbour Golf Club, Michigan, United States
This golf club has earned its place among the most beautiful golf courses in the world thanks to its green coastline which winds along the shores of Lake Michigan. Designed by Arthur Hills, Bay Harbour has three 18-hole golf course that will delight golfers.
Golf clubs are divided into several categories, each with its characteristics, both in terms of the size of the head and the angle of inclination of the club. Their use depends on the distance the ball has to travel but also on the constitution and therefore the properties of the land.
Putters: with a vertical head form. Light, they are designed to roll the ball to the hole.
The Irons: numbered from 1 to 9, their name comes mainly from the fact that their head is made of metal. Their angle of inclination is used to cover more or less long distances (10 m difference between two consecutive numbers).
Woods: their striking heads were initially made of wood (hence their name), and they are also numbered. The most commonly used wood is No. 1. It’s very long sleeve, and the size of its head allows the golfer a tremendous long-distance hit.
The hybrids: their weight and sleeve lengths represent a kind of” intermediary ” between wood and irons.