For golfing enthusiasts, these seven golf courses are absolutely heavenly. These championship-level golf courses are probably on bucket lists of all players. Some of the courses are both controversial and rich in tradition.
The Augusta National Golf Club is a prime example, as it refused to admit women and black people as members until 1990. Yet, despite its era of discriminating against anyone that was not superrich and white, it would be difficult to find a golfer that would turn down playing there. Scotland gets its fair share of attention, as the Old Course at St. Andrews and the Muirfield Village Golf Club are stops on this article.
From Clementon, New Jersey to Pebble Beach, California, to Ireland and to Australia, this story is par excellence for those keeping score.
....Muirfield Village Golf Club in Scotland is one of the oldest clubs in the sport alongside St Andrews, with its beginnings tracing back to 1744. It is also the home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. A links course (developed in Scotland and characterized by dunes, uneven surfaces and sandy coil), Muirfield is the host of many major championships (11 Amateur Championships and 16 Open Championships), and is where Jack Nicklaus actually won his very first British Open.