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21 - Fishers Island

Fishers Island, New York

This links-style course is on an island which is only two miles wide and eight miles long.

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22 - Pinehurst No. 2

Pinehurst, North Carolina

It’s been said that you can land a jumbo on the fairways without dislodging a pine cone, but it’s one of the toughest courses from 50 yards in, with its upturned-bowl greens.

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23 - New South Wales

Sydney, New South Wales

MacKenzie said that with the exception of Cypress Point he knew of no other course in the world with views as beautiful as this.

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24 - Cape Kidnappers

Napier, New Zealand

Built on a 5,000-acre former sheep ranch sat atop the vertical cliffs that descend into the Pacific Ocean, Cape Kidnappers has some of the most astounding views of any course on earth.

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25 - Loch Lomond

Luss, Dunbartonshire

A stunning lochside location and stunning conditioning – helped by the fact that so few people play it – combine to make this one of the most prestigious private courses in the world.

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26 - Seminole

Juno Beach, Florida

Designed to look like a traditional links, there are few trees and many holes play alongside the Atlantic. Most of the greens and tees are elevated, as the ground is flat.

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27 - Oak Hill (East)

Rochester, New York

A classic parkland track with tight fairways framed by large maples, oaks and other mature trees that make the landing areas narrow

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28 - Leopard Creek

Mpumalanga, South Africa

Rated as the No.1 course in the country, this Tour stop is set in the heart of the African bushveld, complete with hippos in the water hazards and giraffes on the immaculate fairways.

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29 - Chicago Golf Club

Wheaton, Illinois

One of the five founding clubs of the USGA in 1894, Chicago was the USA’s first 18-hole course.

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30 - Sunningdale Old

Sunningdale, Berkshire

A classic heathland track framed by Scots pines and one of the finest inland layouts in Britain.

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