Saturday, September 12, 2009

Recommended Golf Courses

Great golf courses, can be public venues or private. At any rate, there are some fine public courses as well as private for players to attempt. Here are a few golf courses, which are recommended:

Pebble Beach:

The golf course of Pebble Beach, in California, is well regarded. Located by the Pacific Ocean, this course has plenty to offer and some excellent holes. Consider the 18th golf hole, which curves around Monetary Bay. It has staged some big golfing events, and is a course of championship calibre. However, Pebble Beach is not strictly private, and the public can play it.

Bethpage State Golf Course:

Bethpage is a public golf course, which has also staged the US Open of 2002. As such, as one might gather, it has a higher course rating and is a tricky course to play at up to 7,000 yards. The golf course features some great holes, like the 13th-hole par 5.

Pinon Hills Golf Course:

Pinon Hills golf course, in New Mexico, is open to the public and is good value. With a more desert setting and good design; the golf course is considered a must-play.

The Links at Spanish Bay:

This golf course near to Pebble Beach is a Trent Jones course. Another exciting ocean course on the Monterey coast, it is a recommended golf course that some may consider playing on. Open to the public, it has some great holes such as the 14th which has well-placed bunkers.

The Ocean Course:

The Ocean Course is another resort golf course. This golf course is a coastal course, alongside the Atlantic. It is a links style golf course, with prevalent winds presenting a test. With some particularly good holes, such as the second, it is another recommended golf course.

So overall, these golf courses are open to play and are great courses. From Pebble Beach, to Bethpage, Pinon Hills, Spanish Bay and the Ocean Course are all recommended golf courses. Others like the Ocean Course can also be good vacation spots.

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