You might not know much about playing golf, and it’s really hard to even get started. There’s the clubs, the tees, the bag…and of course, trying to develop the skills. It can be frustrating, but one day if you become good enough, you might be able to play on one of the best golf courses in the world. With that in mind, which ones should you aspire to play once you get the hang of one of the most-played sports in the world? Here are 30 courses around the globe that stand out above all of the others.
30. Sunningdale Golf Club (Old)
- Location: Sunningdale, Berkshire, England
- Distance: 6,627 Yards
- Par: 70
- Year Built: 1900
- Course Designer: Willie Park, Jr.
This private course that was opened at the beginning of the 20th century boasts a new course, but it’s the old one that’s held Senior Opens, Women’s British Opens and the British Masters. If you can get it, you can even bring your dog as they’re allowed on the course—as long as they’re behaved.