Fore! 15 Most Expensive Golf Courses in the World

Welcome to Fore! 15 Most Expensive Golf Courses in the World: A blog about the world’s most exclusive golf clubs.

In this blog you’ll find all the information you want to know about the world’s best golf courses. Our editors have traveled to every golf course in our list to get a first hand experience of what these clubs are about.

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Golf is a sport of the wealthy. The best courses in the world are often exclusive and private, allowing only members of the club and their invited guests to play there. These 15 most expensive golf courses in the world are no exception.

But even if you’re too poor to afford membership, you can still look forward to your next trip to these places. These golf resorts are also known for their luxurious accommodations and amenities, perfect for those who want to experience a world-class vacation.

As we swing into the new golf season, a look at the world’s most exclusive golf clubs.

The World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla., is among the most exclusive clubs around. Membership is by invitation only — and if you’re wondering what this place is like, keep in mind that Tiger Woods is on the membership committee.

Not surprisingly, exclusivity has its cost, and World Golf Village tops our list of the most expensive golf clubs. The initiation fee alone is $150,000 — though prospective members can also pay $60,000 to join the waiting list for an unspecified length of time.

The club boasts two 18-hole courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. It also has a practice area with 25 separate greens, a short course for learning and honing short-game skills, practice bunkers and chipping areas (including a lighted area for night practice). There are six climate-controlled hitting bays with grass tees, as well as personal video analysis stations and a computerized club-fitting center.

The club offers extensive dining options — including three restaurants — as well as overnight accommodations and meeting space.

Coming in at number fifteen on our list is the La Gorce Country Club located in Miami Beach, Florida. This golf course was designed by the famous architect Donald Ross and launched in 1926. Since it opened, the course has undergone a few changes to its design, most notably by the famous golf course architect Arthur Hills. The club features 18 holes, a tennis facility and two swimming pools. The club has hosted many golf tournaments over the years including the LPGA and PGA Tour events.

The only British course to make it onto our list is the Sunningdale Golf Club found in Berkshire, England. This beautiful course dates back to 1900 and is a signature design of Harry Colt. The club has three different courses for members to play on: The Old Course, New Course and The Berkshire Course. In 2007, the Old Course was redesigned by Martin Hawtree who also redesigned Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland which made it onto our list of top golf courses in 2014.

Most golf clubs have just 18 holes. Those that do have more than 18 will often reuse one or more of the same tee boxes. That is not the case at the Golf Club in New South Wales, Australia. This course has 27 different holes spread across three 9-hole circuits. The first nine are named after the area’s local flora, while the second nine is named after native fauna and birds. Lastly, the “Grand Nine” was created to highlight the area’s most famous landmarks and historical sites.

The club is located in a remote part of New South Wales, about two hours from Sydney. The fact that it is so far away from civilization makes it a popular spot for corporate retreats and similar events. It also means that there are plenty of accommodations nearby, as well as a number of activities for non-golfers including fishing, canoeing, hiking, and horseback riding.

If you are like the rest of the golf world, then you have heard of the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. If you haven’t, then consider this your official invitation to come down and play a round or two on one of two amazing courses!

Located just south of Jacksonville, the World Golf Village is located in the perfect spot for travelers. Whether you live in Georgia or South Carolina, or if you are traveling from up north or out west, we are centrally located and easy to get to. With over 2 million square feet of space, we offer more than just two golf courses. You will find a hotel and spa, restaurants, boutiques and gift shops, conference center and even a hall of fame museum!

For those who are not golfers but need something to do while their significant other is on the greens all day, there is still plenty to do. In fact, many guests choose to visit us for that exact reason: no golfers allowed! The shopping alone is worth the trip as we offer some of the best shopping in Florida. We feature art galleries and specialty shops with unique gifts that make great souvenirs. Plus we have boutiques that sell golf apparel and accessories so even if you don’t play, at least you can

The World Golf Village (WGV) is a golf resort in St. Johns County, Florida, United States, located between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. It is owned by the PGA Tour and includes two championship golf courses, the Slammer & Squire designed by Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen; and the King & Bear designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.

Between the two golf courses lies the World Golf Hall of Fame, which honors golf greats such as Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson and Jack Nicklaus. This complex also includes IMAX Theater, dining venues and a traditional Scottish pub.

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