Most Famous Golf Courses

We do not doubt that our Retamares Golf Club has one of the best golf courses in Spain. But, in addition to inviting you to play golf in Madrid, today we want to make another recommendation.

Golf lovers cannot settle for playing golf in Madrid. To make the most of this sport, it is an excellent option to try different fields. But not just any area. We propose you do it on the best golf courses in the world.

To do this, we have made a selection of 10 courses where you have to play golf at least once in your life. It is the dream of any amateur of this great sport.

  1. Valderrama (Spain)

Before leaving our country, we can’t miss one of the best golf courses in Spain. It was the seat of the Ryder Cup in 1997, the first time it was held in continental Europe. It is a reference to this sport around the world.

  1. Saint Andrews (Scotland)

It’s the cradle of golf. Place of worship on every excellent golfer who prides himself. This course was already played in the 12th century to what would later be known as golf.

  1. Augusta National (Georgia)

It’s the most famous golf course in the world. He holds his championship, the Masters, where the winner receives the famous green jacket.

  1. Ballybunion (Ireland)

The landscape between dunes and the ocean makes this golf course a special place. It has a very original design where each hole has its own identity.

  1. Cypress Point (California)

On the Pacific, the shore is this jewel designed by Alister MacKenzie in 1928. It has three of the world’s considered best holes. One of them is played through a sea breach.

  1. Pine Valley (USA)

Nestled in New Jersey, it is not missing in any ranking of the best golf courses in the world. Among its peculiarities, it is necessary to use all the sticks of the bag during the tour.

  1. Royal Melbourne (Australia)

It is the oldest and most exclusive in the country and has hosted the Australian Open. It has 36 holes that can be divided into two fields: the East Course and the West Course.

  1. Pebble Beach (California)

This spectacular golf course marks a century of life in 2019 and will commemorate it with the celebration of the US Open. Its 18 holes hang over cliffs

  1. Leopard Creek (South Africa)

Nature lovers cannot miss this golf course located in the largest hunting reserve in the country. You can enjoy playing golf while watching animals.

  1. Uummannaq (Greenland)

But if you want an unparalleled experience, nothing like playing golf on ice and not on grass. This is what can be done in this first field in the middle of the Arctic Circle.