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91 - Baltusrol

Springfield, New Jersey

The Lower course was tightened and strengthened by Robert Trent Jones in the 1950s and as well as holding a number of US Opens, this course held the 2005 US PGA Championship.

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92 - The Olympic Club

San Francisco, California

An incredibly tough golf course, which will hold the 2012 US Open, where threatening pines, cedars and cypress trees overhang many of the fairways.

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93 - Alwoodley

Leeds, West Yorkshire

A wonderfully natural design, with intelligent and varied bunkering (80 of them, of all shapes and sizes), this was Alister MacKenzie’s first course.

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94 - Royal Aberdeen

Aberdeen, Grampian

The world’s sixth oldest club’s Balgownie links is set amongst hills, sand and sea right next to Murcar.

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95 - Southern Hills

Tulsa, Oklahoma

A classic parkland course which has held many championships, most recently last year’s US Amateur.

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96 - Highlands Golf Links

Cape Breton, Canada

Very varied scenery as this out-and-back layout goes from a hilly start down to the shore, then back into woods, then close to a river, before finishing up on high ground.

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97 - Nine Bridges

Jeju Island, South Korea

Visually and aesthetically stunning, with bent grass everywhere, the course is set among rolling hills with pine trees on them, and is in the lee of Mount Halla.

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98 - Gary Player Country Club

Sun City, South Africa

Always in immaculate condition with wide kikuyu fairways and clover-leaf shaped greens

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99 - Doonbeg

County Clare, Ireland

A spectacularly good links built comparatively recently in really dramatic Atlantic dunes.

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100 - Abu Dhabi Golf Club

Abu Dhabi, UEA

A lush oasis in the Abu Dhabi desert, the course has become famous for its Falcon clubhouse and the European Tour event it now hosts.

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