Hey, Rock Heads, if you follow us on social you might be familiar with our #GolfCourseoftheDay posts. This is a feature where we showcase courses from all over the world. Some we find, some we’ve played, some are pro courses and some are suggested by you, our lovely followers! If you read our blog you’d know we compiled a list of YOUR FIVE most popular courses throughout our socials. Well, we’re back again, this post will compile some of the top 5 highly liked, hearted, and retweeted courses from you guys! So without further ado Your Most Popular courses! (in no particular order)
Course #1 – The Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawleys Island, South Carolina
Green Fees – https://caledoniagolfandfishclub.com/rates-specials/
Most Popular course on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
From its entrance lined with centuries-old live oaks, its amazing azalea bushes, and flower beds, a visit to Caledonia is an exciting visual experience. The clubhouse overlooks the marshes and waterways of the Hammock Coast Lowcountry and houses an award-winning pro shop and restaurant where golfers and non-golfers alike enjoy taking in a meal and the tremendous scenery. All are Welcome!
The 6,526-yard, par-70 course has been described as having “18 signature holes,” with the golf course routed around majestic oaks and meandering streams. The picturesque 18th hole borders the marshes and a large lake. This iconic Par 4 requires a precise tee shot and a challenging second shot: carry-over water onto a green at the foot of the clubhouse, where onlookers may be sitting in rocking chairs, betting on shots’ results.
I’ve played 88 MB courses. This is the best, in my opinion. There is nothing like hitting across the water on the 18th while a rowdy bunch on the clubhouse balcony cheers or jeers your shot.Jim Moore via Facebook
After 6 years of playing in the MB world [and], I finally got to play this course last year and it was my favorite for sure!! Highly recommendKent Hoopfer via Facebook
Course #2 – Payne’s Valley Golf Course in Taney County, Missouri
Green Fees: https://bigcedar.com/golf/paynes-valley-course/
Most Popular course on Facebook
Paying tribute to Ozarks-native and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Payne Stewart, Payne’s Valley is first public-access golf course designed by 82-time PGA TOUR winner Tiger Woods and Woods-led golf course design firm, TGR Design. Payne’s Valley stands out with its inviting layout, pristine water features, large fairways and greens, and spectacular 19th hole… the Big Rock at Payne’s Valley™.
Very impressive piece of land that was adroitly used by the Woods design team to carve out something that is VERY big…The design really pushes things to the edges of the available land to take advantage of the vastness of the property and the site…Huge–wide open fairways.GolfDigest
Played Payne’s with my nephews. Great course and I dunked my ball on 19. Next time I’ll get that green.Jon Pfeiffer via Facebook
Course #3 – Mules National Golf Club in Warrensburg, Missouri
Green fees: https://www.mulesnational.com/Rates
Most Popular course on Instagram
Spectacular course. White sand bunkers throughout. Best value course in the area for sureMike Paubel via Facebook
Course #4 – The McLemore Club in Rising Fawn, Georgia
Green Fees: https://www.themclemore.com/golf-mclemore
Located on Lookout Mountain in Northwest Georgia, McLemore is a private, master-planned, mountaintop community featuring an 18-hole championship highlands course and a 6-hole short course designed by internationally acclaimed architects, Rees Jones, and Bill Bergin.
Course #5 – Bully Pulpit Golf Course in Billings County, North Dakota
Some courses impose themselves on the landscape, but at Bully Pulpit Golf Course you’ll find yourself fully immersed in the Badlands as you meander through meadows and woodlands, skirt along the Little Missouri River, and tee off from one butte to another.
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