My Top 3 Golf Courses to Hit the Links in 2016

For golfers looking to hit the links for a vacation, here are my top 3 picks for 2016. These three courses offer excellent value for the money and are very challenging. You should be sure to bring your A game.

First up is The Meadows Golf Course in Allentown, NJ. This course was redesigned by renowned architect Donald Ross in 1931 and is a classic example of early American course design. The course has small greens and tree lined fairways that are very tight. There is no water on this well maintained track which plays 6,900 yards from the tips.

Second is the beautiful Gleneagles Country Club located in Delray Beach, FL. Designed by Joe Lee, this course plays just 6,300 yards from the tips but has two other tee boxes which make it more manageable for all handicaps. With a beautiful layout and great scenery, this is a must play while in Palm Beach County.

Finally, you should be sure to visit The Oaks in Osprey, FL. Located just south of Sarasota, this course was designed by Arnold Palmer and features large greens and tight fairways that are challenging for all skill levels. Be sure to take advantage of their resort offerings!

The three best places to golf for a vacation in 2016.

Meadows Golf Course.

This beautiful course is located in the heart of Cheyenne, Wyoming. This course has been around since 1994, and has some of the most amazing holes in the state. The greens are well kept and the fairways are always clear of weeds and other debris. So if you are looking for a good time on the greens, then this is the place to come.

Riverton Country Club.

This is a private club, so they do not allow visitors or visitors groups unless they have a member present. But if you can get in, it’s worth it! They have some of the most challenging holes I have ever played on. The greens are immaculate and there’s no need for a caddy unless you’re scared of losing your ball!

Saratoga National Golf Club.

This is another private club that allows access to members only, but it also hosts many tournaments throughout the year as well as some great events such as their annual BBQ in August! So if you want to take your golf game up a notch then go check out Saratoga National today!

I’ve been a golfer for over 30 years: I am always looking for the best places to hit the links. Here are my top 3 golf courses for 2016:

1. Mauna Lani South Course, Hawaii: This is a beautiful course located in the sunny island of Hawaii. It has amazing views and incredible luxury accomodations.

2. The Meadows Golf Club, Iowa: A newer golf course than others, it’s not as well known but I believe that it’s one of the best courses in the country and deserves more attention.

3. TPC Sawgrass, Florida: Sawgrass is a popular course located near beautiful Jacksonville and is home to the PGA tour headquarters.

First on the list is Meadow’s Golf Course. It has been around since 1922, and it’s a classic American golf course. The view of the mountains is breathtaking. It’s a great place to take your family or friends for a relaxing day out, or even just to hit the links by yourself.

Second on the list is St Andrews Golf Course. This one is also an oldie but goodie, and it’s located in Scotland which is why it made my top three list. You can play here all year round so you won’t miss out if you go during the summer months because this one never closes!

Thirdly there’s Augusta National Golf Club which has been ranked number two on my top three best places to hit the links in 2016 list because of its beautiful scenery and amazing greens that are well maintained throughout all seasons.”

There are few things better in life than playing a round of golf or two with your buddies. The weather is perfect, the just-cut grass smells great and the beer and cigars taste even better after you’ve hit a few good shots. If you’re like me, you plan your vacations around the best golf courses in the world. If you have no idea where to go for your next golf getaway, check out this list of my top three golf courses for 2016:

1. Bethpage Black Course (Bethpage State Park) – Farmingdale, New York

2. Pebble Beach Golf Links (Pebble Beach Company) – Pebble Beach, California

3. TPC Sawgrass (PGA Tour) – Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

The three best golf courses in the United States to take your next vacation are TPC Sawgrass, Pebble Beach, and Winged Foot. While I list them in no particular order, I believe that any golfer would love the opportunity to play these golf courses.

TPC Sawgrass is the home of The Players Championship and is one of the most famous golf courses in the world because of its signature hole

For me golf is a passion. I have been on many different courses around the world and so when someone asks me where they should go for a golf vacation, I am more than happy to share my top three picks with them.

My first choice is always The Meadows Golf Course in Boca Raton, Florida. This course has been rated by Golf Digest as one of the best public courses in the South and its no wonder why. Some of the most beautiful scenery can be found here. From its maple trees to its expansive water views, you will be lost in its beauty.

Second on my list is The Great Waters Course at Lake Oconee in Greensboro, Georgia. This course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and while it may be a bit pricey at $150 per round, its well worth it if you love golf like I do.

Third on my list is one that many people aren’t too familiar with but once they come across it they are hooked just like me! It is called Meadow Brook Golf Club located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This course was built back in the 1960’s and while it may not have all the modern features of other courses around the world, there is an old charm about it that is hard to beat.

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