Golf is one of the most popular sports in the world and is played by both professional sports players and as a form of recreation. Here are some of the world’s most interesting golf resorts where you can get back into the swing of things.
Head to Western Australia to play a round or two on the world’s longest course. This impressive golf course stretches all the way along the Eyre Highway from the town of Kalgoorrlie to Ceduna and each hole is around 50 miles apart. This is a great option for people who want to take a long walk while playing golf, although hiring a golf cart might be a good option.
This picturesque golf course can be found to the north of the Arctic Circle in Greenland. People who can stand the cold can witness the magic of the World Ice Championships, which are held here every year and feature an impressive 35-hole competition.
Coober Pedy Opal Fields Golf Course
Golf courses are usually known for their large areas of pristine grass. However, this striking golf course is completely grassless, although small patches of grass have actually been painted on some of the trees. This unique course is mostly made of sand, making it a large sand trap that makes for interesting and very challenging games.
This impressive resort golf course was designed by Scott Miller and is a stunning place to play. The 14th hole is particularly impressive as it is the only floating green in the world and hovers some 150 yards offshore. People who want to play here can reach the floating green by taking a special Putter Boat shuttle and they will receive a certificate of achievement for their efforts.
People who want to play golf in the USA state of Arizona are sure to love this atmospheric course. Situated inside the track of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the course is ideal for petrol heads.