Courses that should be on EVERY golfer's Bucket List

Tara Iti

If you’re anything like us, you probably have a list of courses you’d desperately like to play before your time is up.

Of course, with approximately 30,000 layouts to choose from around the globe, it can be hard to narrow down your list to the ones that simply cannot be missed.

Over the next few pages, we’ve hand-picked what we believe to be some of the courses that you should drop everything to try and play at some point in your lifetime.

Note: this is by no means an exhaustive list, nor is it meant to represent ‘The Best Golf Courses In The World’. Not at all.

Rather, these are some of the courses that we reckon deserve to be on every golfer’s ‘Bucket List’. With some, the reasons why are obvious; with others, less so.

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