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81 - Kawana

Kawana, Japan

Two hours by train south of Tokyo, and within sight of Mount Fuji, Kawana has been dubbed the Pebble Beach of Japan.

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82 - North Berwick

North Berwick, East Lothian

About as traditional a links as you will find, set on a narrow strip of land between the town and the Firth of Forth.

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83 - Royal Adelaide

Findon, Australia

This wonderful links looks fairly flat from the 1st tee and there’s a railway line next to it.

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84 - Royal Zoute

Cadiespad, Belgium

Created inland amid a landscape of pine, hawthorn hedges, silver birch and poplar trees, Zoute’s Championship course has hosted many Tour events

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85 - The Berkshire Red

Ascot, Berkshire

A renovation project to clear trees and restore heather is paying dividends at this classic heathland course.

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86 - Noordwijkse

Leiden, Holland

One of Holland’s hidden links, along with the likes of Kennemer and The Hague, this is a wonderful layout.

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87 - Prestwick

Prestwick, Ayrshire

A big year for Prestwick, which celebrates the 150th anniversary of the first Open played over these links in 1860.

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88 - PGA Catalunya

Girona, Spain

Popular with pros at last year’s Spanish Open, some suggested it was a future Ryder Cup venue.

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89 - TPC Sawgrass (Stadium)

Ponte Vedra, Florida

Early in 2006, after the final putt fell at the Players Championship, work began to make TPC Sawgrass play the way Pete Dye had always intended.

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90 - Emirates, Majilis

Dubai, UEA

Rated the best in the region by Golf Digest Middle East, the home of the European Tour’s Dubai Desert Classic was the first grass course in the area.

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