Actually if we were looking at the most beautiful golf courses in the world, our list would be quite long. So we decided to focus only on a few of our favorites…
A selection of some the most beautiful golf courses in the world.
The golf clubs are featured here, not because of their ranking or to make a list of the Top 10 or anything like that. This article is all about “beautiful” and “nice” and “must-play” destinations. Fabulous travel destinations and holiday options. However some of the courses featured in this article is also world class and International award winning destinations.
Ranked in the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World – this is not only one of the most beautiful and best golf courses in the world, but also a beautiful South African travel destination: offering Stunning views of the Indian Ocean. “At Durban Country Club, you are spoilt for choice with two of the top-rated courses in the country to enjoy: The Durban Country Club Course and the Beachwood course.” – For more info visit Durban Country Club website
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Hamilton Island Golf Club is an 18 hole par 71, golf course located on it’s very own Island in Queensland, Australia. Known for its tricky 14th hole (also known as the “Valley of the Death”) due to wind conditions. This is certainly one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. Designed by Peter Thomson and blessed with beautiful views.
Arabella is home to one of the top ranked 18 hole par 71, golf courses in South Africa. This beautiful private golf estate situated on the edge of the Botrivier Lagoon and surrounded by die scenic Kogelberg Mountains are also a fabulous getaway holiday destination. Situated close to Kleinmond and Hermanus.
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Host to numerous prestigious Championships as well as the U.S. Open Championships, this beautiful golf club boasts 3 beautiful courses:
The Olympic Club is a fabulous golf course that is well maintained and definitely one of the best Golf clubs in the world. For more information and photos see their website.