Top 50 Longest Golf Course In The World

October 7, 2021 By Admin

Top 50 Longest Golf Course In The World

A sport is as enjoyable as the location is. When all the comforts are present for the players on the field and spectators on the ground then that’s what you call a good location or field. Ground or field holds great importance in every sport but in golf, it has to be the perfect and refreshing one to play a good open match. Some of the top longest golf courses are as follows.



Top 50 longest golf courses in the world

1. Andrews (old course)

Location Scotland.
Area 6,721. Par 72.
Architect Old Tom Morris with Jubilee course
Built-In The 1400s

St. Andrew (old course) is one of the top golf courses for keeping the history and record of 29 times Open Championship on this ground, whereas the 2015 championship was played in the same field. These courses will remain as historic and famous as time surpasses. The massive rolling greens and eye-catching views are one key element of it.

This course was opened with 12 holes in 1897 but then was distributed into many other courses with more built holes. It now has many alongside courses i.e. Eden Course, Strathtyrum Course, and Balgorve courses, especially for beginners and children. This golf course will remain on the plates of history even though it will not conduct any championship in the future.


2. Royal Dornoch Golf Club (Championship)

Location Dornoch, Scotland.
Area 6,722 yards. Par 70
Architect Old Tom Morris.
Built-In 1886.

Not incredibly well-known to many in the United States, Old Tom Morris' second-finest Scottish golf venue. Dornoch was also, notably, architect Donald Ross' home course. You can't run the ball onto the greens at Dornoch, as most are elevated, presenting a unique challenge amid the whippy, fickle Scottish winds.

Many golfers from all over the world make the journey to Royal Dornoch to experience the plateau greens and to take on the challenge of the course. This must-play course should take the top spot on your bucket list, both the Championship and Struie Courses offer a world-class golfing experience.

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3. Royal County Down Golf Club

Location Newcastle, Northern Ireland.
Area 7,183 yards. Par 71.
Architect Old Tom Morris
Built-In 1889

The golf course of RCD has been a host to most of the significant competition British Amateur, Curtis Cup, Walker Cup, Palmer Cup, and the Irish Open three times. Its fourth and ninth holes are the finest of the Golf world.

Ultimately, the course's primacy is as much about the sheer beauty of the landscape as it is its layout, which is saying something since RCD is widely regarded as having one of the best front-nine in the world.


4. Pine Valley Golf Club

Location Pine Valley, New Jersey.
Area 6,999. Par 70.
Architect George Crump/H.S. Colt
Built-In 1918

This golf course is not famous for hosting big tournaments but it surely is one of its kind. Golf courses often are famous because it conducting many games and championships but they had only one hosted i.e. Crump Cup which is an amateur competition and can be speculated by the public.

It’s unique in its style as it is built by Geroge on the island to island architecture. In the city of New Jersey, the golf course is full of pine trees with accompanying deserts. It’s the best in form as it has all the three schools of golf design penal, heroic and strategic. It is an incredibly cool and modern ideal design for a golf course.

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5. Augusta National Golf Club

Location Augusta, Georgia
Area 7,435 yards. Par 72.
Architect Alister MacKenzie/Bobby Jones.
Built-In 1933.

This golf course with a lot of phases in it. It has held only one tournament and is famous for it i.e. Masters of April. MacKenzie and Jones in 1933 made all the attempts to create some new course, but yet the track bears little resemblance to that design, having been infinitely revised by architects like Perry Maxwell.

The course held many of the writer's volume on the ground and have much fame but yes this also has unlimited benefits in its membership with all the resources in it. And this will remain evergreen as it has vast views with the Masters of April tournament.


6. Cypress Point Club

Location Pebble Beach, California
Area 6,524. Par 72.
Architect Alister MacKenzie.
Built-In 1928.

Cypress Point Golf course is a part of AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, has a lot of talks in its hood by losing the fame after not adding a black member to the list in the late ’90s. But time took and it laid its hand on the chart again because such beauty cannot behold for a long time.

To play golf on this course and pot a ball in the hole feels like playing at heaven’s edge. Cypress cannot be overlooked to one’s eye as it’s a complete picture for the observers and architecture experts.


7. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

Location Southampton, New York.
Area 6,996 yards. Par 70
Architect William Flynn
Built-In 1931

This course has been home to the golfers and has been hosting many of the cups and championships with all that it has hosted 2018 U.S open cup. William Flynn's reworking of an original C.B. Macdonald design is the gold standard for course improvements, so much so that the track really hasn't been touched since.

A jewel of New York or New Jersey links design. Shinnecock is the best of class for a style, of course, you'll find plenty of it in the New York or New Jersey area.


8. Meadow Links, Mission Hills Haikou, China

Location China
Area 6673 Yards and 72 Par.
Architect Schmidt-Curley Design
Built-In 2011

Considered to be one of the more traditional styles of design at Mission Hills Hainan, Meadow Links is similar in style to that of the US Open courses found on the east coast. The use of native grasses and the care not to require too much earth moving in the construction phase has created a beautiful, gently undulating golf course that is easy on the eye and your game.

Meadow course is not anywhere near as long as the other courses at Mission Hills and it is a welcome sight. Short it may be, but challenging it still is. Being more open than the other designs, play is more affected by wind hence the name.


9. Adare Manor

Location Ireland
Area 7,509 yards 72 par
Architect Tom Fazio
Built-In The 1900s

The Golf Course at Adare Manor offers a spectacular golfing experience amid the breath-taking surroundings of our parkland estate. The course offers ever-changing vistas and breath-taking approaches to each hole.

Every bit as strategic as it is scenic, this is a course that demands precision but rewards risk and courage. Whether you are new to the game or a passionate lifelong devotee, golfers of every level will encounter something to inspire, challenge, and improve their game every time they play through. Legendary golf architect Tom Fazio has created a golf course that thoughtfully explores the true character of the terrain, revealing new levels of discovery at every turn.


10. Cape Kidnappers Golf Course

Location New Zealand
Area 6500 yards
Architect Tom Doak
Built-In 2004

The spectacular New Zealand golf course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf. Built on a ridge-and-valley landscape complete with stunning sea views, Cape Kidnappers Golf Course plays high above the ocean's top dramatic cliffs.

It takes its name from the nearby headland of Cape Kidnappers. It was designed by Tom Doak in 2004 and was funded by American developer Julian Robertson. In 2007, Golf Digest magazine rated Cape Kidnappers the 10th best course outside of the United States. The rest of the list is shown below with some of the information on their ranking and area.


Pos Golf Course’s Name Location Area
11. Osprey Point, Kiawah Island Golf Resort US 7,199 meters
12. Thai Country Club Thailand 7,079 meters
13. Pinehurst No. 2 Pinehurst, North Carolina 6,917 meters
14. Finca Cortesin Spain 6,802 meters
15. The European Club Ireland 6,745 meters
16. The Old Links, Ballyliffin Golf Club Ireland 6,795 meters
17. PGA Catalunya Resort Spain 6,705 meters
18. Yas Links Golf Club Abu Dhabi 6,700 meters
19. Castle Stuart Golf Links Scotland 6,685 meters
20. Angkor Golf Resort Cambodia 6,655 meter
21. Winged Foot Golf Club (West) Mamaroneck, New York 6,642 meters
22. Oakmont Country Club Oakmont, Pennsylvania 6,633 meters
23. Muirfield Scotland 6624 meters
24. Bandon Dunes US 6,622 meters
25. Majlis Course, Emirates Golf Club Dubai 6,619 meters
26. Le Château, Terre Blanch France 6,616 meters
27.  Turnberry Resort (Ailsa) Scotland 6,587 meter
28. Royal Portrush Golf Club Portrush, Northern Ireland 6531 meters
29. Sand Hills Golf Club Mullen, Nebraska 6,483 meters
30. Royal Porthcawl Golf Club Wales 6,458 meters
31. El Camaleón Riviera Maya Golf Club. Mexico 6,422 meters
32. Real Club Valderrama Spain 6,390 meters
33. Spyglass Hill Golf Course USA 6,364 meters
34. Kingston Heath Golf Club.  Australia 6,352 meters
35. National Golf Links of America Southampton, New York 6,341 meters
36. Ballybunion (Old Course) Ballybunion, Ireland 6,219 meters
37. New South Wales Golf Club Australia 6,245 meters
38. Pebble Beach Golf Links Pebble Beach, California. 6,243 meters
39. Cape Wickham Links Australia 6,150 meters
40. Hamilton Island Golf Club Australia 6,140 meters
41. Durban Country Club South Africa 6,119 meters
42. Pacific Dunes Bandon, Oregon 6,092 meters
43. Royal Melbourne Golf Club Melbourne, Australia 6025 meters
44. Merion Golf Club (East) Ardmore, Pennsylvania 6,025 meters
45. Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club South Africa 6007 meters
46. West Links Course, North Berwick Golf Club Scotland 5860 meters
47. The Highland Course US 5,801 meters
48. The Old Course, Ballybunion Golf Club Ireland 5,459 meters
49. Green Monkey Golf Course Barbados 5,147 meters
50. Leopard Creek Country Club US Still unknown due to no boundary


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So, this was the list of the Top 50 longest golf courses in the world. Don't forget to send us your valuable opinion about this list in the comment box below.

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