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Dolgellau
The location of Dolgellau Golf Club is simply stunning and this is without question a big part of its appeal.

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El Conquistador
With sweeping ocean vistas from many of the holes – especially those with raised tees playing to generously wide fairways – the course routing at El Conquistador allows golfers to fully embrace the coastal views.

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Fleesensee (Schloss)
63-hole Fleesensee Golf & Country Club lies in the heart of the spectacular Mecklenburg lake district and American Stan Eby designed their flagship course, Schloss, which is all about risk and reward.

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Roda
Opened in 2006 and fashioned by Dave Thomas across relatively flat terrain featuring numerous lakes, Roda Golf & Beach Resort is set to become a challenging alternative to La Manga.

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Ronneback
Rönnebäck Golf Club is set on undulating ground, parts of which are reminiscent of Scottish moorland and parts of which are traditional parkland in character.

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Winston (Open)
The four par threes on the Winston Open course (at 4, 7, 11 and 15) are all noteworthy holes, though the water-threatened 15th is not such a “short” hole at 235 yards from the back tees.

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Altenhof
There is something to discover on almost every hole at Altenhof Golf Club and the player is sure to experience a number of bizarre moments due to unusual angles and shot values.

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Bad Munstereifel
Bad Münstereifel is the archetypical hidden gem… no one in particular designed it, it lies in the middle of nowhere, there is hardly any traffic on the golf course...

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Bayonet & Black Horse (Bayonet)
Gene Bates recently renovated the 18-hole Bayonet course at the Bayonet and Black Horse golf complex, which was formerly part of the Fort Ord US Army training camp.

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Berliner - Motzener See
Berlin Golf & Country Club at Motzener See is an open parkland course which has been described as having both American and Scottish influences...

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Estepona
The Estepona golf course lies in the shadow of the Sierra Bermeja Mountains and golfers enjoy sea views from nearly every hole.

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Grosse Ile
One of a trio of courses on an island approximately 15 miles south of Detroit’s Hart Plaza, Grosse Ile Golf & Country Club is a 1920 Donald Ross design born from the Grosse Ile Casino Association.

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Klassis
Designed by Tony Jacklin, the 6,869-yard golf course at Klassis is located in woods outside the holiday resort of Silivri.

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L'Ile de Montreal (Ireland)
Solitude, sand dunes, wind and pot bunkers await at the South course at Club de Golf de L'Ile de Montréal. It’s more than a hint of Pat Ruddy’s Ireland.

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La Cala (Europa)
The Europa course is a fine addition to the La Cala Resort and it’s by no means a poor third. It’s more than a match for Cabell B Robinson’s previous work at the property and gives the other two courses a run for their money.

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Main-Taunus
In 1979 Bernhard von Limburger designed his last course near Wiesbaden for the Golf Club Main-Taunus. At this point he had worked on more than a third of all German courses in existence.

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Morris County
Morris County Golf Club was “founded in 1894 as a women-only club and hosted the 1896 US Women’s Amateur before being co-opted by the husbands – and hosting the men’s version two years later."

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Porto Cima
The Nicklaus Signature course at the Club at Porto Cima on the Lake of the Ozarks is the centerpiece of a private residential development.

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Seefeld-Wildmoos
Seefeld-Wildmoos – the wild thing – is one of the most exhilarating golf courses in Europe. Perched 4,000 feet above sea level and dominated by the Alps.

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Sugarloaf Mountain
Sugarloaf Mountain Golf Club is temporarily closed but it's not your typical Florida-styled course; it follows the contours of the rather hilly ground and consequently feels more like a Carolinas course.

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