Famous Foreign Golf Courses

There are golf courses for locals, and then there are golf courses that are so well-known that golfers from all over the world come to play. Are you considering a global vacation? Put one of these courses on your to-do list and give it a shot. As Tiger tees off, you can play a few holes on a golf course you usually only see on TV. Here are some of the most well-known international golf courses. view here

Scotland’s Old Course at St. Andrews

St. Andrews Old Course, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious golf courses, is rightfully known as the “Capital of Golf.” It is prized by both professional and amateur golfers. Its courses are accessible to people of all skill levels while also providing challenges that professionals enjoy. No matter what level of golfer you are, you will never be bored or find the holes to be difficult. Every hole necessitates sound strategy and shot selection, but even beginners can test their tee on this professional course.

Surrey, England’s Wentworth

Developer Walter George Tarrant understood Europe’s need to move on to more peaceful practises shortly after World War I ended. In 1924, he opened the nearly 7,000-yard golf course. The golf course is well-known for its links to professional golf. There are three 18-hole golf courses on the property. The club is home to the PGA European Tour’s headquarters and hosted the 1953 Ryder Cup.

Sunnydale is a village in Surrey, England.

Sunnydale, like its neighbour Wentworth, is a lovely course set in the Surrey sand belt. The property was originally three farms that were later purchased by St. John’s College in Cambridge, which converted it to a golf course around the turn of the century. Jack White was the course’s first professional golfer. Since World War II, the club has hosted the British Masters four times.