If you’re willing to make the long-haul trip over, your golfing trip to the US is going to be one of the greatest of your life.

Whether you want to visit Sawgrass in Florida, the home of The Players Championship or the famous Pebble Beach in California, they will not only be in pristine condition, but they will blow you away.

The sheer size of the country gives you plenty of options, and even ignoring the main attractions, there are plenty of unique little courses that you will have never have heard of before, but will leave you shocked at how good they are.

The USA has so many amazing courses and so many places to visit that wherever you go, it will not let you down.

Golf In Miami

Nick Bonfield jets off to South Florida to savour the grand Biltmore Hotel and its immaculate Donald Ross golf course

How can I get to The Masters?

How Can I Get to The Masters? Do you turn on the television in early April, take in the verdant fairways and blooming azaleas of Augusta National, dream of attending…

Pelican Hill

Neil Tappin laps up some memorable golf at Pelican Hill by the Pacific Ocean

7th Steamsong Blue

Florida Golf I remember the first time I went to Florida, it was to take my two daughters to Disney with my partner and her daughter. What I had secretly…

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Coeur d’Alene is so called for the Indian tribe that has occupied this area of land 
in Northern Idaho for generations. On a recent visit to the area, Malcolm Campbell…

Dominic Wells takes a trip to Las Vegas and discovers there's far more on offer than rows of casinos. Find out where to play golf as our travelling golfer takes…

Stephen Roe visits the Californian golf resort of Pelican Hill, which was inspired by a 20th-century Californian billionaire and a 16th-century Italian architect.

Stephen Roe visits the Californian golf resort of Pelican Hill, which was inspired by a 20th-century Californian billionaire and a 16th-century Italian architect.

Michigan may not be recognised as one of the game's best-known golfing retreats - but Derek Lawrenson says you ignore this part of the States at your peril

Florida may be the land of fairytales, but there's nothing Mickey Mouse about awesome golf courses in perfect weather

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Mountain backdrops, Native American heritage and layouts by the likes of Nicklaus, Weiskopf and Mickelson make Arizona a true golfing hot spot.

New England in the fall is one of the prettiest places on earth to play golf.

Fort Lauderdale's 23 miles of coastline and 300 miles of waterways make this the world capital for target golf.

Get lost in paradise in Hawaii which has dozens of picture perfect ocean front courses in superb condition.