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Top 100 Gems - Worldwide

Rönnebäck

Gem Sweden - Best in Area

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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Dolgellau

Gem Wales - Best in Area

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

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Presidio

Gem USA - Best in Area

Set close to downtown San Francisco, the Presido Golf Course dates back more than 100 years. It’s a popular facility that winds over hilly ground between stately pines and eucalyptus.

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Cabot Cliffs

Gem Canada - Best in Area

Situated half a mile away from Cabot Links, the Cliffs golf course occupies a more diverse landscape than its predecessor, sitting atop the bluffs that overlook the Gulf of St Lawrence...

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Carne (Kilmore)

Gem Ireland - Best in Area

"Whilst Eddie Hackett used the rolling inland ground for his front nine, our small team had the spectacular sand hills adjacent to the existing back nine from which to create the new Kilmore course."

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Cape Wickham

Gem Australia - Best in Area

It’s said that respected author Darius Oliver was instrumental in convincing businessman Duncan Andrews to develop the remote Cape Wickham site and so the property was duly purchased in 2011.

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L'Ile de Montreal (Ireland)

Gem Canada - Best in Area

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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Vuissens

Gem Switzerland - Best in Area

Vuissens Golf Club is one of Jeremy Pern’s Swiss creations and it opened with an initial six holes in 2001, seven years after its current owners acquired Château de Vuissens.

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Main-Taunus

Gem Germany - Best in Area

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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Sugarloaf Mountain

Gem USA - Best in Area

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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La Posada

Gem Chile - Best in Area

The golf course at Club de Campo La Posada is set on the shore of Laguna La Posada. This layout, which was carved through a pine forest, dates back to 1955 and Arturo Steel and Henry Tullo designed it.

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Royal Dar Es Salam (Blue)

Gem Morocco - Best in Area

For many years the tree-lined fairways of the Red and Blue courses at Royal Dar Es Salam co-hosted the Trophée Hassan II competition until the event moved to Agadir in 2011.

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Tandragee

Gem Northern Ireland - Best in Area

Seventy years after the original nine holes had been established at Tandragee Golf Club, Fred Hawtree extended the course to a full 18-hole layout...

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The Witch

Gem USA - Best in Area

Opened in 1989 and designed by Dan Maples, The Witch Golf Club is the headline layout of three courses in the Mystical Golf portfolio.

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Maison Blanche (Les Sources)

Gem France - Best in Area

The 18-hole Les Sources​ was designed as a championship course from the beginning, and in fact it has hosted the Swiss Ladies Open back in 1996 and 1997...

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Musselburgh (Old)

Gem Scotland - Best in Area

The Old Links at Musselburgh was recognised by Guinness World Records in 2009 as the oldest golf course in the world.

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Tytherington

Gem England - Best in Area

Opened in 1986, The Tytherington Club is a modern and testing championship golf course. It was Headquarters to the Ladies European Tour for ten years.

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Came Down

Gem England - Best in Area

With stunning panoramic views, a tough but fair course and a great deal of history, the J.H. Taylor and Harry Colt-designed Came Down Golf Club is a quintessential gem.

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