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Unlike other professional sports where the fields of play are reserved for competitors only, many of professional golf’s annual stops are open to the public. There is a certain intrigue to playing the same courses that the best players in the world tackle—trying to replicate the shots that produced dramatic triumphs on the biggest stage.
Looking to peg it up at the best public-access golf courses in each state? We have you covered.
With this 2022 list of Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play, we present the top public-access courses in each state, as judged by our nationwide network of raters.
Many golf communities are adding pint-sized courses, which appeal to children as well as to parents who lack the time to play 18 holes.
For many, the courses that host PGA Tour events in the winter and spring comprise their bucket lists of dream golf trips. You’re very familiar with the TPC Scottsdale and TPC Sawgrass courses, so you have an easy base to build your trip around. But when it comes time to planning a trip around these tour stops, the question becomes: Where else should we play?
After a year of rescheduled wedding plans, brides deserve to have a stress-free bachelorette getaway. For the maids-of-honor now under pressure to create the ultimate bachelorette weekend, check out these tips on some of the newest and greatest offerings for a bridal celebration.
According to Visit Florida, the state has more golf courses per capita than any other place in the country, with a total of more than a thousand. These courses can be found throughout the Sunshine State, from its two coastlines to further inland to a variety of resorts with top-notch amenities for kids and adults alike.
The number of meetings being scheduled now is quickly picking up steam as mask mandates are lifted and people start gathering again, but meeting formats have evolved. The “meeting” as defined by delivering content from a stage is getting shorter—or even nonexistent—as groups put emphasis on team bonding and book more activities than ever before.