Cape Kidnappers golf course is based in a dramatic location. In recognition of the nature of the land the architect has deliberately retained a rugged feel to the course and its surrounds. Designed by legendary golf architect Tom Doak, the Cape Kidnappers has 71 golf course measures 7,119 yards and will challenge golfers of all skill levels.
- Royal County Down, Northern Ireland
This one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland, is based in Newcastle and dates from 1889. Views from the golf course stretch to the Morne Mountains while, behind you, wind-whipped dunes rise high above the Irish Sea. Royal County Down Golf Club has two 18-hole links courses, the Championship Course and the Annesley Links.
- Pebble Beach, the United States
Located in Pebble Beach, California, the Pebble Beach Golf Links is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful courses in the world. It hugs the rugged coastline and has wide open views of Carmel Bay, opening to the Pacific Ocean. In 2001 it became the first course open to the general public to play.
- Leopard Creek, South Africa
It is situated near Malelane in the heart of Mpumalanga, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park. Small streams and lakes are found throughout the development, creating challenging play to the golfer. The hazards of the golf breaks take on a new dimension at Leopard Creek, because much of the water is home to hippos and crocodiles.
- Turnberry, Scotland
There has been a debate about which is Scotland’s finest golf course; Kingsbarns or St Andrews, Loch Lomond, Prestwick or Troon? There are many worth visiting if you are to play golf in Scotland, and one the best ones is definitely Turnberry in Ayrshire located in southwestern Scotland on the rugged coast. It comprises three links golf courses, a golf academy, a five-star hotel, as well as lodge and cottage accommodations.