Love Wickenburg Ranch!!!

I'm interested in playing Pebble Beach and Torrey Pines but I never see them on any of these list. Should I be concerned? The views are amazing but what about the courses? Thanks

I lives in PR and I dont pay that money to play in Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club
Rio Grande, P.R.
Green fees: $149-$229
Located 35 minutes east of San Juan, Bahia Beach features a Robert Trent Jones II design that opened in 2008. Reviewers enjoy its pristine conditioning, as well as two oceanfront holes.

Are you kidding?

None of the Bandon courses…what a joke.

Edgewood Tahoe might be terrific, but we took a pass when the greens fees were $450.00 for 18 two summers ago !

Wow, only 1 course in Texas made the top 50, and it's located between Waco and Dallas??? Haven't played the course in Whitney, but know of MANY beautiful Hill Country courses (on GolfNow) in Texas. Perhaps I should just look at the "Best Courses in Texas" article.

Thanks for providing a list of courses to play as I travel (especially in FL).

Are these courses limited to Golf Now availability?

I agree with Richard L. most of the people I know and play with are more into reasonable prices. Unfortunately living in Orlando, this particular time of year finding under $50 is getting a little bit rough.

While many of these are great courses, being retired most are way beyond a lot of our means. The days of paying $100 or more are gone. To me (my opinion only), the top 50 should be for the average guy - less then $70 per round with cart (and even then that’s too high). Most of the people I know try to stay $50 or less for a round.