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The Top 10 Public and Private Golf Courses in the Unites States

There are many golf courses scattered across the United States. Some of these golf courses are open to the public, while some of these facilities can only be enjoyed by exclusive members. The top ten public and private golf courses in the United States include the Bethpage State Park Golf Course, the Pine Valley Golf Club, the Jefferson Park Golf Course, the Augusta National Golf Club, the Cypress Point Club, the Pebble Beach Golf Links, the Liberty National Course, the Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course, the Quail Hollow Club and the Wynn Golf Club.


The Bethpage State Park Golf Course

The Bethpage State Park Golf Course is located in Farmingdale, New York and has a total area of 7,065 yards of green beginning from the longest tees with a par of 71. The facility of the Bethpage State Park Golf Course is open to the public and features an 18-hole “Black” golf course and has been rated as one of the best golf courses in the United States. Designed by A.W Tillinghast, this golf course facility has a rating of 75.4 as also has a 144 slope rating on Rye grass.


The Pine Valley Golf Club

The facility of the Pine Valley Golf Club features a “Pine Valley18-hole golf course. The Pine Valley Golf Club facility is located in Clementon, New Jersey and it also boasts of all the highlights and hallmarks that you would expect from a New Jersey Golf Club.

George Crum and H.S. Colt designed the golf course facility of the Pine Valley Golf Club which opened in the year 1918. While this facility is a private club, non-members can still play provided that they are invited an accompanied by a member of the club.

The Jefferson Park Golf Course

The Jefferson Park Golf Course facility is open to the public and it features a Regulation 18-hole golf course. The facility of the Jefferson Park Golf Course is located in Seattle, Washington and has 6,182 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 70. The rating of this golf course facility is 69.0 and has a 119 slope rating on Blue grass. The Jefferson Park Golf Course was designed by Tom Bendelow and was opened in the year 1917.


The Augusta National Golf Club

The Augusta National Golf Club is a private club which features the “Augusta National18-hole golf course. The facility of the Augusta National Golf Club is located in Augusta, Georgia and boasts of 7,270 yards of lush golf green starting from the longest tees with a par of 72. The rating of this golf course is 74 and also has a 135 slope rating.
The Augusta National Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones and Alister MacKenzie and opened in the year 1933.

The Cypress Point Club

The Cypress Point Club located in Pebble Beach, California features their “Cypress Point18-hole golf course. The facility of the Cypress Point Club is only open to its members and boasts of 6,536 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 72. The golf course rating of the facility of the Cypress Point Club is 72.4 and this facility also has a 136 slope rating on Blue grass.

Also designed by Alister MacKenzie, the golf course facility of the Cypress Point Club opened in the year 1928.


The Pebble Beach Golf Links

The Pebble Beach Golf Links is a golf course facility located in Pebble Beach, California that features an 18-hole golf course. The Pebble Beach Golf Links is considered by a lot of golf enthusiasts and golf players as one of the best known golf courses in the United States.
The golf course facility prides itself with its 6,828 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 72. The rating of this golf course facility is 74.3 and also has a 144 slope rating on Rye Grass.
The course was designed by Douglas Grant, Jack Nicklaus, Jack Neville and the ASGCA and opened in the year 1919.


The Liberty National Course

The Liberty National Course is only open for the use of its members. The 18-hole golf course that the facility of the Liberty National Course has features 7,346 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 70. The golf course facility of the Liberty National Course has a rating of 77.7 and has a 151 slope rating on Bent grass.
This golf course facility was designed by Tom Kite, the ASGCA and Robert E. Cupp and was opened in the year 2006 and is located in Jersey City, New Jersey.


The Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course


The Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course is a municipal golf course facility which follows a guest policy of being open to the public. The 18-hole golf course at the facility of the Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course is located in Weston, Massachusetts and boasts of 6,320 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 72. The rating of this golf course facility is 69.6 and also has a 120 slope rating. The Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course was designed by the ASGCA and Donald J. Ross and opened in the year 1930.


The Quail Hollow Club

The Quail Hollow Club is a private golf club that is located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 18-hole golf course of the facility of the Quail Hollow Club features 7,114 yards of golf starting from the longest tees with a par of 72. The golf course facility of the Quail Hollow Club is rated with 74.9 and also has a 139 slope rating. This golf course was designed by George W. Cobb and the ASGCA and was opened in the year 1961.

The Wynn Golf Club

The Wynn Golf Club is a private non-equity facility located in Las Vegas, Nevada that features a regulation 18-hole length course. The golf course of the facility of the Wynn Golf Club features a par of 70 and 7,042 yards of golf. The rating of this golf course facility is 73.9 and also has a 124 slope rating. This golf course was designed by the ASGCA and Thomas Fazio and was opened in the year 2005.
 


Planning a Golf Vaction

If you love golf, then the best vacation in the world for you is probably going to be a golfing adventure somewhere at a great U.S. or foreign golf resort location. There are many of these types of golf vacations and also many hotels that are offering special golf vacation packages.  These are usually cheaper than the hotel’s regular rates or if you bought all of the included amenities separately.

Where are golf vacations available?

It doesn’t matter what kind of location or type of golf you like, whether it is a busy city location or a beach or even a mountain resort, you can find a golf vacation at all of these. You can also take your non-golfing friends or relatives and they too can have fun while you play golf. Most of these locations have plenty of stuff available for the whole family even if they may not like golf.

There are more than 300 of these resorts locations with hotels and golf packages in the U.S. alone to choose from. Plus, if you check them out through the various state Chambers of Commerce or convention bureau and find all the information you need to find out how much the golfing vacation will cost, and you can also get both paper and digital travel guides, as well as check out the choices with the state’s Better Business Bureau for more information.

Besides the U.S., there are also several choices all over the world like Scotland, England, or other locations. All you have to do is check out the golf courses there, organize your itinerary and travel plans, and you will be well on your way to sampling some of the best golf courses and locations worldwide.

It’s great to go through the excitement of planning your very own golf vacation no matter where you go and finding the perfect course, as well as the perfect hotel and other activities is half the fun. Of course the other half is getting there and getting to play your dream game of golf on these beautiful and sometimes even famous locations.

Golf Packages are Also Available

If you don’t want to plan your vacation all by yourself, then you can just pick an available golf vacation package at a travel agency or other location. Then, you get everything planned in advance for you with your hotel room, tee times, golf carts, and everything else you need.  You can get these vacations for any length of time you like from a couple of days to a couple of weeks. No matter what your budget is, you can find the perfect golf vacation to fit your dreams and desires.

Sometimes you can even find special deals that will save you even more money. These packages may offer things like multiple rounds of golf, special hotel rates, or any number of things at cheaper prices than if you bought it separately. The specials are usually offered at non-peak times of the year, however, so it depends also on the time of year you want to go on your dream golf vacation package. Still yet, going during the off season can bring you fantastic savings, so it is something to seriously consider. Plus, no crowds to bog you down while you are out on the golf course!

How do you best choose where to go?

Since there are hundreds of choices for a golfing vacation, how does one choose from all of these fantastic ideas? You can begin by looking through various golf magazines to see what the courses look like or even checking out the websites for these golf courses you are interested in the most. You can see which ones are rated the best and even get a chance to see the recommendations of other golfers who have been there. These things will help you to decide where to go on you golfing vacation.

You can use all of these things to design your best golfing vacation and find the perfect mix of your budget and your desires. You can also plan no matter if it is a single vacation for just yourself, a getaway for a couple or maybe even a group vacation for you and all your golfing buddies. No matter which is, you can have the fun of planning it or having a travel agency do it for you to save you time.

You need also to think about the course itself and how hard or easy it is so you will know if it is going to fit your needs and ability. The many courses have lots of choices for all levels of golfers so you are bound to find one that you love. No matter if you go to a course in the U.S. or one in Ireland, or some other dream location, you will find the camaraderie of golfers everywhere. If you do go abroad, you may need to also consider things like the language and customs of the country you are going to.

 

Plus, some of the famous courses in England and Scotland even require an invitation to play on, which is something you need to know if you are planning your vacation on your own. You don’t want to get all your hotel and other plans all in shape and then not be able to even play golf. This is one reason why using a travel agency can be a good idea when you plan your dream golfing vacations.

Other considerations

You also need to think about things like weather when planning your vacation. You can check out the averages online at your desired location and if you are lucky, you will have beautiful sunny days at your desired dream golf vacation location.

No matter what kind of fantastic golf vacation you desire or plan, you will thrill to playing golf on all your favorite courses and having fun at some faraway destination or even a destination closer to home.

Buying a Golf Cart

When thinking about buying a golf car, there are number of things to consider. Do you want to go with a new or used model? What size of seating and storage capacity do you want? Where do you plan on using the cart? All of these factors and more should be considered when trying to find the right golf cart for you.

Location, Location, Location

Before you even start pricing golf carts, you should consider where you plan to use it. Not everyone lives on a course, and odds are that the police would wouldn’t like you using the cart to commute on the highway from your home to the driving range.

The first thing you should look at is if the club you belong to, or your favorite course even allows private carts. Many courses only let their own carts on the grass, and those are driven by caddies and groundskeepers. However, if the place you play at lets you bring your own private golf cart, keep reading.

Where are you going to keep it?

This isn’t just a nagging question posed by people opposed to your decision to buy a golf cart, but rather a very legitimate point of consideration. If you are buying a golf cart, it would be best to check if your favorite course or private club will allow you to keep it there, and how much it will cost for the storage. If you cannot store your cart at the course, you are going to have to figure out if it is going to stay in your garage, a shed of its own, or out in the yard with a plastic tarp thrown over it. If you end up having to store your golf cart n your property, you might also consider a trailer or something that can hitch to your primary vehicle so you can get the cart from your home to the green, and back again.

Set A Price Range

Just like when you are scouting out to purchase a car, you should set a price limit for yourself. Since golf carts can go as high as $10,000 or more, you might want to look at your budget and give yourself a low and high end range to stay within when pricing a cart for yourself.

New Versus Use

A brand new golf cart – depending on its seating capacity, other bells and whistles, and general design, and start out at $4,000. This might be too steep of an investment, so it might not hurt to check on-line and local ads for used golf carts, as this can end up saving you a lot of money

Kick The Tires

New or used, golf carts are a financial investment, so you want to make sure you are getting your money’s worth. Check underneath the carriage for oil leaks or frayed electrical wires. Take the golf cart out for a test drive to make sure it handles smoothly and turns easily. See if the seating is comfortable, because you are going to be driving it on the course every time you play, and the last thing you want is a seat that’s going to make you uncomfortable on long game days. Load up the cart with your equipment, to check if it can haul everything with ease, or if it slows to a crawl. Also, you want to check the brakes. You want your golf cart to stop when you press the brake pedal, and not slide all over the place.

Gas Or Electric?

Fewer golf carts are being made with gas engines these days, as most companies are making the switch to the more environmentally-friendly electric motors. When buying a new golf cart (or especially a used one), you should check to see if it runs on gas or electricity, how much power you can get out of it, and if your needs a special octane of fuel, or a special charging station if you go electric. You might also check with your favorite course or golf club to see if they allow the gas models on the green.

Service

One last thing to consider when shopping around for a golf cart, and that is if there are places or people near you who can help you repair and maintain your golf cart to keep it in working order. You obviously cannot just take your golf cart to the local autobody shop and have them change the oil, nor can you just pick up golf cart wheels at any department store. If you can’t find anyone in your area who knows about golf cart maintenance and repair, you can find a number of groups on-line and get the manuals for your cart so you can take care of it yourself.

 

Now that you have a good overview of what to look for, you can go out there and find the golf cart that is perfect for you so you can ride around on the green in comfort and style.

 




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