Most players who are really into their golf will probably have some ideas already of the places they’d like to visit as a destination golf trip. Some courses across the world have reputations for being the best and most golfers would love to try them out, but here are a few lesser known examples that you might want to consider visiting purely for their quirky and unusual designs and locations.
Shadow Creek Golf Course – Nevada, USA
This course is an incredible feat in itself, and originally it was the most expensive ever constructed. This is due to its placement in the middle of the desert, with no natural trees or water for miles around. Its greenery all had to be imported, including over 20,000 fully grown trees.
El Camaleón at the Fairmont Mayakoba – Quintna Roo, Mexico
Taking its name from the chameleon due to its regular updates and changes, El Camaleón is full of obstacles and challenges to make a game of golf more exciting, including deep caves, sand dunes and vast lagoons. This course is ideal for anyone looking for a new and exciting challenge.
Coeur D’Alene Golf Resort – Idaho, USA
Although this course looks amazing, it is fairly conventional, save for the 14th hole of its par-3 course, which is on its own man-made island. Golfers have to take a boat to get to it, and not only that, it actually moves around in the water thanks to a complicated mechanical system.…