Designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus ,the course serves as home of the RBC — a PGA tour event held on Hilton Head Island since 1969. It features a collection of par threes and an 18th, par 4, one of the most difficult.
Pinehurst No. 2 was designed by Donald Ross . In 2014 , it hosted the men’s and women’s opens and has hosted additional two Opens, plus the 2008 U.S. Amateur. The Par 70 course was also where Ben Hogan’s had his first stroke-play victory.
Located in Oregon,it was designed by Tom Doak and opened in 2001. The course rises from shore pines and though it is relatively easy, the elements of winds as well as the rugged nature of the course present challenges .
TPC Summerlin is home of Tiger Woods’ first professional victory and was named by Golf Digest as “One of America’s Best Golf Courses.” The private club is a par-72, 7,243-yard golf course designed by Bobby Weed.
Designed by three of golf’s greatest: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson , the club located in Florida boats 54 holes. The Palmer par 72 course covers 6,916-yards of hilly terrain that has unpredictable elevation changes, ranging up to 50 feet.
Located in Long Island just outside of New York City, Bethpage Black is well known as the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open Championships home. The par 71 PGA-rated golf course is regarded as one of the challenging courses in the world.
The Torrey Pines South golf course will see a return to the U.S. Open this year, which it also hosted in 2008. The course has been recently renovated with the 7,800 yards being more demanding than ever.
Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the Plantation course lies par 73 showcasing the beauty of Maui island. The course offers wide fairways, and a challenging one on the 18th.
Woven into the Sonoran Desert, TPC Scottsdale boasts 36 holes and is home to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, held annually in early February. The club showcases two championship courses-- Stadium Course and the Champions Course
Rated the number one public golf course in the United States, , Pebble Beach Golf Links has hosted U.S. Open six times.This well-loved course has hosted legends like Bobby Jones, Tiger Woods, and Phil Mickelson.