Golf courses are some of the best and most manicured real-estate in the world. Even though I don’t play the game, I find myself drawn to various courses and sometimes I think I’d even pay the green-fees just to be able to walk the links with a camera. Recently, I read an article that described some of the most unique and picturesque golf courses in the country and I thought I’d pass them along this week. Today, we visit the
Packed with lush lakes and
Angel Park Golf Club, Cloud Nine;
Mercury vapor lights make this course more fun to play at night! Imagine blasting a shot high into the darkness of the night, watching it disappear into the darkness, then “poof,” it reappearing somewhere down the fairway. Additionally, there are 12 “replica holes” that mimic some of the most famous par-3 holes in golf history, like the island green from TPC Sawgrass, or the donut-hole from the Riviera course.
The Quarry Golf Club;
The back-nine holes on this course were built in the belly of an old limestone quarry. Rock mined and cut from this quarry build the state capital as well as many other
Pete Dye, a world-famous golf course architect once said of this course, “In my lifetime, I’ve never seen anything like this. Anyplace. Period.” It is beautiful. The link-style design smacks of a centuries old
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