6 Courses That Will Have You Singing
Why is it when you can’t have something you want it even more? Everything around us reminds us of golf right now – probably because the average temperature in the U.S. during winter is just slightly above freezing at 33.2 degrees.
So, while conversation about musical artists like Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Lorde may be buzzing in the wake of last night’s GRAMMY Awards, all we can seem to think about is golf.
To cure our fix, we took a look at six spectacular courses you can play using GolfNow that will make you want to sing. T-minus 93 days until playing season gets going!
Kahili Golf Course — Maui, Hawaii
The Kahili Golf Course on the island of Maui is a perfect place to start thanks to its breathtaking panoramic coast-to-coast views that have become the highlight of Maui’s golf tradition. Located at the foothills of the West Maui Mountains, Kahili offers a complete golf experience for all players from the pro to the high handicapper.
Riddell’s BayGolf & Country Club — Warwick, Bermuda
It doesn’t get much better than this. The oldest and most-historic course in Bermuda, Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club, is located towards the mid to western end of the island of Warwick. It is an inviting place for vacationers who want to get a round of 18 in before a relaxing day on the beach or by the pool.
The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort — St. Simons Island, Ga.
The King and Prince Golf Course’s signature is the group of four holes gently carved from small coastal marsh islands and accessed by 800-feet of elevated cart bridges.
St. Simon’s Island has always been a great place to get away and relax, enjoy the beaches, or just do nothing. The golf, sun, and surreal views along the coast of southern Georgia make it a wonderful destination for honeymooners, retirees, or families looking for a great place to getaway and enjoy impeccable golf.
The Duke at Rancho El Dorado — Maricopa, Ariz.
The Duke at Rancho El Dorado is a championship style, Par-72, 18-hole, daily-fee golf club for the golfer with a sense of discovery.
Highlighted by expansive fairways that complement the wide open spaces of the Old West, The Duke creates a challenge for golfers with a passion for the game. The experience is enhanced by the colorful mountain views and the Santa Rosa Wash that snakes through the property.
Royal St. Augustine Golf and Country Club — St. Augustine, Fla.
From the oldest city in Florida rich in history and tradition comes a true gem: Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club.
This course puts a premium on accuracy as you negotiate the fairways, well placed bunkers and lakes, and greens are large with gentle undulations. The practice facility boasts six target greens and a large putting green, and the elegant clubhouse includes a fully stocked pro shop, dining room, bar and lounge, creating a completely amazing experience from start to post-round.
Elmgreen Golf Centre — Dublin, Ireland
This lush, 18-hole parkland course was designed by acclaimed Irish golf architect Eddie Hackett and is located just minutes from center of Dublin. Proud to cater to all golfers, Elmgreen prides itself on catering to golfers of all skill levels, offering 110 acres of gorgeous green, tree-lined fairways, immaculate bunkers and stunning views of the Dublin mountains. An unforgettable experience for any golfer.
Featured image courtesy of The Sound of Music
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