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71 - The Honors Course

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Created to honour the game of amateur golf, this private club has hosted many events including the US Amateur.

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72 - Shadow Creek

Las Vegas, Nevada

This is what you can achieve in a flat desert landscape when money is no object. It allegedly cost $40million to build 20 years ago, and is only playable by the high-rollers staying in the MGM Mirage casino hotels.

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73 - Lahinch

Shannon, County Clare

“The first 10 holes at Lahinch are some of the coollest links holes I’ve ever played,” said Stewart Cink, who practised here in 2009 before winning The Open at Turnberry.

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74 - Casa de Campo

Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic

Pete Dye has done some famous courses, but he says the Teeth of the Dog course is his finest.

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75 - San Francisco

San Francisco, California

Unlike many courses on this stretch of coast which utilise trees and shrubs to shape and contour the fairways, Tillinghast allowed the rolling land to dictate how the course looks and plays.

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76 - West Sussex

Pulborough, West Sussex

Donald Steel said of Pulborough: “There are few lovelier places to play inland golf, on such noble terrain of heather, pine and birch

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77 - Gleneagles Kings

Auchterarder, Perthshire

“If heaven is as good as this, I sure hope they have some tee times left,” Lee Trevino said of the Kings.

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78 - Butler National

Oak Brook, Illinois

Used to hold the PGA Tour’s Western Open, when it was one of the toughest courses in the calendar.

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79 - Formby Golf Club

Formby, Merseyside

Part of the best stretch of golfing coastline in England, Formby is an unusual mix of heathland, woodland and linksland, with ribbons of tight, short turf framed by dunes, pines and heather.

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80 - Spyglass Hill

Pebble Beach, California

Somewhat overshadowed by its neighbours, Pebble Beach and Cypress Point, some say Spyglass is the best of the three.

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