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The top 3 golf courses in the U.S.

The top 3 golf courses in the U.S.

Until a few years ago, golf was not known by the public as well as other sports. In the U.S, there were only a few professional Golf Teams, and the tournaments had small audiences. However, recently this sport has become more and more popular, and players are interested in finding the best golf courses to test their abilities. These are the top 3 Golf Courses in the U.S that you should try:

  1. The Country Club is one of the oldest and most popular country clubs in the U. S. It was open more than 100 years ago, and gentleman used to come there to discuss the news and conduct business. Nowadays, it has not less than 1.300 members, each one willing to contribute to the club. With a course rating of 74.5, a par of 71, and a slope rating of 140, you can count on this course to bring the best out of you. If you want to try this, take a ride to Brookline, Massachusetts where the country club is located.

 

  1. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is located in Southampton, New York and it is one of the most exclusive clubs in the city. The club opened its doors in 1891, and this makes it the oldest golf club in the U.S. Unlike other clubs, Shinnecock Hills has offered full memberships to women from the very beginning, in a time when this was rarely accepted by society. In 2018, it will host the U.S Open for the fifth time, definitely should be on your list to see. As for the course, the rating is 73.7 with a par of 70, and a slope rating of 138.

 

 

  1. Augusta National Golf Club. The club, designed by Jones and Alister MacKenzie, is world famous and players from everywhere come to play there.  The annual Masters Tournament is hosted there every year, thanks to the course rating of 76.2, the slope rating of 135, and the par of 72.

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