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The Best Golf Courses In Every State

The Best Golf Courses In Every State

Admittedly, we’re still working on nailing that ‘Play golf in all 50 states’ deal we made with the kids. But you can bet each time we notch one off, the Golf.com annual list of the Best Golf Courses to Play is one of our primary go-to’s.

Now you should know, this isn’t a comprehensive list by any standard. What it is, though, is the best of the best, state by state. The top public and private courses you should know. And that’s it. No muss, no fuss.

So what are the stand-outs among the Best Golf Courses? Where should you golf?

Here are just a few:

The Colonial Country Club In Fort Worth, TX. Image By Colonial Country Club.
The Colonial Country Club In Fort Worth, TX. Image By Colonial Country Club.

The Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, TX. Image by Colonial Country Club.

Pacific Dunes Course At Bandon Dunes, Oregon. Image By Wood Sabold.

Pacific Dunes Course at Bandon Dunes, Oregon. Image by Wood Sabold.

Paa-Ko Ridge In Sandia Park, NM. Image By Paa-Ko Ridge.

Paa-Ko Ridge in Sandia Park, NM. Image by Paa-Ko Ridge.

Oakmont Country Club In Oakmont, PA. Image By Fred Vuich/Getty Images.

Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, PA. Image by Fred Vuich/Getty Images.

Mirimichi Millington In TN. Image By Aidan Bradley.

Mirimichi Millington in TN. Image by Aidan Bradley.

Jackson Hole Golf And Tennis Club, Jackson Hole, WY. Image By  Jackson Hole Golf And Tennis Club.

Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club, Jackson Hole, WY. Image by Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club.

The Prairie Club, Nebraska. Image By The Prairie Club.

The Prairie Club, Nebraska. Image by The Prairie Club.

The Virtues In Nashport, OH. Image By Jack Nicklaus Design.

The Virtues in Nashport, OH. Image by Jack Nicklaus Design.

Hey, we get it. You might disagree. You might say, ‘WTF?!’ to one or two of these that you might be more familiar with. But that’s the point, right? It’s an opinion – it ain’t science. No false facts here. And no pretense to be anything but what it is – a list of great golf courses. And just possibly, the very best in each state.

Check it out here: Golf.com

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