The Best  Golf Course in All 50 States

Talk to any avid golfer, and they’ll ask about the courses you’ve teed off at.

There are certainly no shortages of excellent golf courses in America. But if you're looking for the best one in your state, this list is for you!

Built with data from Golf Digest, as well as hole difficulty, the course’s continuity, the scenic value of the course and overall atmosphere, Stacker made the ultimate list of the Best Golf Course in Each State. 

Alabama: FarmLinks at Pursell Farms

This golf course has been rated the #1 all-access golf course in Alabama for 8 years. It is a history lesson mapped out on a pristine golf course.

Arizona: We-Ko-Pa (Saguaro Course)

Unencumbered by houses and roads, the Saguaro Course is designed following the natural movement of the land, moving in and out of the Saguaro cacti that dominate the site.

Colorado: The Broadmoor (East Course)

 At the base of Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs is the highest golf course in the U.S., where you play at 6,400 feet.

Hawaii: Kapalua (Plantation Course)

The site of the PGA Tour’s Sentry Tournament of Champions each January, you can play on the links that has hosted Tiger Woods, Jason Day, and K. J. Choi

Indiana: French Lick Resort (Pete Dye Course)

It boasts narrow fairways and rugged terrain. Golfing on this course allows golfers a 40-mile vision surrounded by the Indiana countryside, man-made lakes, and dizzying elevation changes.

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