Astoria Golf Resort Cihelny, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
Built by the world-renowned Gary Player Design Company, Astoria Golf Resort Cihelny includes a par 27 9-hole Golf Academy course, a covered Driving Range, and a Putting Green, along with the practice bunkers from one of the most extensive training resorts in Europe. The total course length of this golf course was 5.674 meters with Par 70 and has been Par 72 with a length of 6,005m since 2013.
Muirfield, Gullane, Scotland
The current design of Muirfield course was created by H. S. Colt in 1925, but it is actually more than 200 years old now since the first club opened in 1744. This course is regarded as a distinct course with tons of variety thanks to its changing landscape. Muirfield is a par 71 and has 7,221 yards. In terms of skills, it is definitely suited for more adept players since it can really test their abilities.
Oakmont, Pennsylvania, the United States
Designed by Henry Fowles, Oakmont is considered the most difficult golf course to play. It can have even pros curse in frustration and has 7,255 yards worth of notorious, harsh bunkers that make up for the shortage of trees and water hazards. These rolling greens and drainage ditches definitely tests the skills of the most famous golf players all over the world. With fast putting greens, it can make up for the remainder of the rough course. Oakmont hosted the 2016 U.S. Open and showed how challenging it was to professional golfers.
Golf is no longer restricted to a single region. Now, a person can travel around the world and find the perfect court and surf to play a fantastic round of golf. Put these golf courses on your list of places to play your favorite sport when you have time. I’m sure that you won’t be disappointed since these courts will test your skills at the same offering majestic views of picturesque landscapes that make playing golf an absolute pleasure.