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The USA needs no introduction, it's not only the most powerful country in the world, but it also owns more golf courses than the rest of the world put together (there are more than 20,000 US courses). It's no wonder the USA has so many courses in the World Top 100.

We intend to feature more than 1,000 American golf courses on the Top 100 website in the not too distant future, but to see our all-new 2012 US Top 100, simply scroll down this page.

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Pine Valley
Pine Valley Golf Club was the dream of a Philadelphian hotelier, George Crump, who sadly died before its completion.

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Cypress Point
Cypress Point Club is set at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains on the very tip of the Monterey Peninsula and the cliff top terrain is varied and thrilling.

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Shinnecock Hills
Not only was Shinnecock Hills Golf Club one of the five founding members of the USGA but also it was where one of the first specifically designed golf clubhouses was built.

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Augusta National
Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most exclusive clubs in the world and was designed by the world’s greatest golfer, who teamed up with the world’s greatest architect.

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National Golf Links of America
National Golf Links of America is a golf course of monumental historical importance, it’s a “Bear’s Best”, or “Blair's Best” of the early 20th century.

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Sand Hills
Sand Hills Golf Club is a club to respect and those in the know admire their non-commerciality and that is a delightful break from tradition these days...

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Oakmont
Apart from Augusta National, Oakmont Country Club has hosted more major Championships than any other course in the U.S. and it’s considered by many to be the toughest golf course in the world.

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Merion (East)
When Merion Golf Club was founded in 1896, Philadelphians were more likely to play cricket than golf.

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Pebble Beach
Cypress Point is the course you can’t play at Pebble Beach, but thankfully Pebble Beach Golf Links is one you can.

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Bandon Dunes (Pacific Dunes)
Pacific Dunes is considered by many to be the best course at the fabulous Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

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