When I was in high school I played at a community course which bordered a cemetery. One day on a par 3, I pulled a shot over the chain link fence into the rows of gravestones. I easily spotted my ball and climbed over the fence to retrieve it. As I bent to pick up my ball, I glanced toward the hole and realized I was about 60 yards from the green with a clear view of the pin. I had a good lie on the grass between headstones. Out of respect, I tried to take a really small divot, swung carefully, and hit a shot between two trees, over the 7 foot fence, rolling to within 8 feet of the pin. Imagining silent cheers, I murmured a “thank you” to the cemetery inhabitants, climbed over the fence, and calmly sank the putt for an unorthodox par. I later realized that I may have been out of bounds but in the spirit of fun and in appreciation of nearby spirits, I considered my 3 swings memorable.
Also Tahoe City GC, just off the 7th fairway. Tahoe pioneers from the 1800's watch as you make your 2nd shot.....
Pacific Grove Golf Links (The Poor Man’s Pebble) holes #1 & #2 right side is the El Carmelo Cemetery.Thx
In Staten Island, New York, behind the 18th green , is a mass burial site, of Irish immigrants, that died during a pandemic. There is a tombstone that marks the site, donated by the Ancient Order of the Hibernians.
You forgot the 9th hole at Farmington CC in Farmington, NH. The cemetery is on the left side of the fairway. The clubhouse was once the home of Henry Wilson who was a Vice President of the USA.
Angel Hill in Rossville, Indiana was the site for burial of babies in late 1800s and early 1900s. Grave stones are present between a green and next tee box on the course with same name (Angel Hill)
BEAR CREEK IN DALLAS HAS A GARVE YARD OFF THE 13 FAIRWAY
I didn't see mentioned that there is a small plot of about a dozen graves between the 3rd green and 4th tee on Longwood Golf Club's Palm course in Cypress, Texas.
Check out Keney Park in Windsor CT .... to the left of the 12th hole is a military cemetery ... would make a great addition to your article.George
Hudson Hills GC in Ossining, NY
Beautiful course that should be featured for the history and sheer beauty: