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PGA TOUR Simulator Course List

Ashley Farms Golf & CC

This new course in Ocala, Florida, provides a test for players of all skill levels. Although it provides a challenge from the tips, beginner players will find it to be quite friendly. But, beware of the 15th hole as this short, tricky hole requires a precise tee shot to allow for an open approach to the green.

Atlantis

A true "fantasy course,” filled with islands throughout. Experience island fairways, island greens, and even island tee boxes. Be sure to keep it straight, or you will find one of the many water hazards.

Bay Harbor Golf Club

Designed by Arthur Hills and rated No.8 in the Top 100 Courses by Golf Magazine, Bay Harbor's shoreline along Lake Michigan forms the backdrop for this incomparable beauty. The back nine, known as "The Quarry" winds through an immense shale quarry, complete with a 40-foot gorge, stone cliffs, natural ponds and even a gentle waterfall.

Daegu Country Club

The course opened to rave reviews, as the majority of holes play through wonderful valleys with magnificent mountain and country-side backdrops. Golfers of all handicaps will enjoy the straight fairway play, as well as the wide open greens. Take caution though, even the intermediate golfer can run into trouble on narrow fairways and tight boundaries.

Donald Ross Memorial

Eighteen recreations of legendary golf course architect Donald Ross' greatest holes. St. Andrews, Pinehurst, Royal Dornoch, Oakland Hills and others pay tribute to this accomplished designer. Rated one of Michigan's finest by Golf Digest.

Druids Glen Golf Resort

As a leading Golf Course in Wicklow, Druids Glen is often referred to as "The Augusta of Europe." The flora and fauna of the Glen provide a colorful backdrop to a magnificent golf course. The forests and streams produce a haven for wildlife in what was once a home to the Druids.

The Far East Tour

Bypass the 20-hour plane ride and experience nine of the finest golf holes Asia has to offer. Gapyeong Benest Golf Club Open for play in 2000

Gapyeong Benest Golf Club

Located in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.

Grand Country of Korea

The best of golf in Korea, the Grand Country Club of Korea is an enjoyable course for any golfer.

Harbor Town Golf Links

Located on Hilton Head Island, this course is a yearly stop for the PGA TOUR. This tight layout, with its overhanging mossy trees, demands straight and long tee shots. A great course capped off with the most famous lighthouse in golf.

The Heather

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, The Heather was named "Michigan's Best Resort Course" by Golf Digest. This course features wide, tree-lined fairways, sculpted bunkers and several daunting water hazards, which allow for excellent risk- reward challenges.

The Hollow Grounds

A rolling, up and down links-style course. Do not be fooled by the wide open appearance ... the tall fescue and well placed bunkers can be a threat. Large marsh hazards will tempt you to go for it, but playing safe might be wiser.

Huzhou Hot Springs

This demanding course, located in China, features vast undulations and ponds making this a shotmaker's dream. Huzhou Hot Springs features a cascading waterfall on the Par 3 second hole, and a twohundred-foot plunge from tee to fairway on the fourth hole. The mountainous terrain makes for spectacular scenery and interesting approach shots.

Infamous 18

The famous paintings of renowned artist Loyal Chapman are brought to life. Play around Victoria Falls, hit over the Grand Canyon or through the ancient ruins of Machu Piccu. This course will test every ounce of nerve, patience and bravery you have in your body.

The Jubilee Course at St. Andrews

The Jubille course lies on a small sliver of land between the New Course and North Sea. Orignally built as a 12-hole course for ladies and beginning golfers, six more holes were added in 1902 to complete the 18. Tight fairways, undulating greens and deep bunkers make it another true Scottish gem.

Konopiste D’Este

A Czech course built in 2005, Konopiste D'Este is the shorter, less challenging course of the Konopiste courses. Located just outside of Prague, D’Este features an island green on the ninth hole.

Konopiste Radecky

A Czech course built in 2002, this signature, par-72 is the more challenging of the Konopiste courses. Radecky, which gently variable with interesting wood sections, numerous bunkers and water holes, as well as high-quality, beautifully shaped greens, was formed in conjunction with the European PGA.

Lake Hills Country Club

Located approximately 40 minutes outside of Seoul City, Lake Hills has been named one of Golf Magazine's Top 10 private courses.

Lazne Kynzvart

This 18-hole golf course in Western Bohemia was planned by designer Christoph Stadler. Very narrow fairways and undulating greens make this trip to the Czech Republic one to remember.

The Links at Casa de Campo

The links course is a moderately hilly track with tall bahia and guinea grass as well as plenty of sand traps to keep you on your toes. There are also several lagoons, and even lakes with wading birds. With five holes where water comes into play, this course is a challenge unto itself.

The Links at Spanish Bay®

Traditional style links golf course, with rolling fairways and "environmentally sensitive" surrounding areas. Built on the Monterey coastline – near Pebble Beach and Spyglass Hill – The Links at Spanish Bay challenges the golfer to hit precise iron shots and good rolling of the flat stick.

Mauna Ocean Golf and Resort

This 18-hole, world-class golf course traverses the beautiful mountains of South Korea and was designed by Kim Myong-gil with Nicklaus Design Group.

Montvert Country Club

This 18-hole, par-72 course in Korea boasts breathtaking views and is known for its fantastic synergy with the natural environment. The course consists of two Par 3s, five Par 4s and two Par 5s, as well as a single set of men's tees that make the course a challenge for less experienced players.

The Myrtle Beach Tour

This course is comprised of 18 signature holes from 18 of the finest Myrtle Beach golf courses, such as Tide Water, True Blue and Oyster Bay. This set provides a sampler of the best the Grand Slam has to offer.

Namchon Country Club

This exciting course has been called one of “international standard,” with unceasingly changing natural valleys and wide ponds. This course enables golfers to play in harmony with their skills while absorbing the physical beauty that surrounds them.

The New Course – St. Andrews

Designed by Old Tom Morris, the New Course was built to help accommodate the overload of play at the Old Course. Built over flat, open-spaced ground with many undulations, depressions and, of course, bunkers as deep as they are wide.

Nine Dragons Resort and Golf Club

This resort course is no vacation. The front nine sits 150 meters above the ocean and provides stunning views over the entire Nine Dragons Hills Resort. The back nine is carved out of an old quarry where you will play through lakes, canyons and waterfalls. The signature hole is the Island Green 13th sitting in the center of a large lake created by the quarry.

Ocean Course at Kiawah Island

As the site of the famous "war by the shore” – the 1991 Ryder Cup – Kiawah also played host to the 2007 U.S. Senior Open. This breathtaking course is located on the eastern-most end of Kiawah Island and has more seaside holes than any other course in the Northern Hemisphere. It is likely that no other golf course in the world, outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland, is affected as much by the wind.

Old Palm Golf Club

This Raymond Floyd designed course is located outside Palm Beach, Florida. Unlike most watery Florida courses, Old Palm features heavily mounded terrain, as well as stacked sod wall bunkers, cascading waterfalls and numerous ponds and lakes.

Oriental University City Golf Course

As we travel to the Far East, we must stop at this hidden gem in northern China. The exceptional and intimidating use of the ponds and rivers on 14 of the holes makes this course one of a kind. Oriental University City is not extremely long or tight, but players must execute the shots.

Parkland Golf and Country Club

Designed by Greg Norman, this private course and community is nestled in Parkland, Florida. The golf course creates areas that mimic the area's local natural habitats, such as the cypress swamp, the low hammock and pine flatland. The broad fairways lure the big hitters to rip the driver, but large, deep bunkers are ready to catch errant tee shots.

Pebble Beach Golf Links®

Located on the outmost edges of the Monterey Peninsula in California, this is one of the most scenic and famous courses in the world. Home to the AT&T National Pro-Am each year, this course is a true test of your game … especially your short game!

Pine Needles Golf Club

Having hosted the 2007 U.S .Women's Open, Pine Needles offers quite the challenge. This long and undulated course has very large greens with subtle, yet dramatic breaks. Pine Needles is one of the many courses in the Pinehurst collection.

Pine Rivers Championship Golf Course

This course is very demanding and can stretch to almost 7,800 yards from the tips. Its unique layout features tree-lined fairways and a mountainous view as you trek up and down hefty hills and undulating greens. One of the most challenging courses we offer.

The Preserve at Bay Harbor

His natural beauty is a haven for wildlife and golfers alike. Stately hardwoods tower over lush grasses, wildflowers and wetlands, all within earshot of Lake Michigan's shores. The Preserve is Bay Harbor's third nine.

Red Rock Valley

This wide-open desert course with large, flat greens is ideal for beginners. The tees are spread out to allow for beginner-play, but also provide satisfaction for seasoned veterans.

Scottish Brae Country Club

This course was designed after the old Scottish-style courses with deep pot bunkers, high fescue and large, undulating greens. Don't forget your knickers!

Shady Dunes

A fairly flat course lined with towering bald cypress and live oaks. Shady Dunes offers expansive and forgiving fairways, with little room for error elsewhere. You may find yourself hitting out of the various sand traps more times than you would like!

SheShan International Golf Club

Located near Shanghai, China, SheShan has been the site of the HSBC Champions Tournament, which features the current year's top PGA players, as well as the European and Asian Tours. The course features a very undulating layout cut through thick forests, as well as a unique and dramatic bunker design.

Spyglass Hill® Golf Course

Located on the Monterey Peninsula, this course is rated one of the most difficult in the world. Spyglass has two distinct terrains – the first five holes roll through sandy dunes while the rest of the holes are cut through majestic pines with strategically placed ponds and bunkers.

Sunridge Dunes

Sunridge is an interesting desert course that definitely offers a challenge. Unique for a desert course, Sunridge is moderately hilly. The mountain background offers striking vistas and coyotes howling makes you feel like you’re really in the desert.

Taeyoung Country Club

This majestic 18-hole course in Korea, boasts an aggressive design with formidable bunkers and hazards that require strategy and patience.

Teeth of the Dog®

At Casa de Campo Ranked No. 1 in the Caribbean and 34th in the top 100 courses in the world by Golf Magazine, "Teeth" has seven holes directly on the Caribbean Coast. The Teeth course attracts the best professional and amateur golfers in the world. Tricky shots include a devilish dogleg and signature Pete Dye obstacles, such as elevated greens and trick-of- the-eye tees.

The Texas Tour

This course is tight, with tree-lined fairways and numerous water hazards. This is a compilation of Texas' 18 best golf holes.

TGV Country Club

Situated in the west of Chungju, TGV Country Club is one of the most exclusive clubs in Korea. The course is an ideal place for golf enthusiasts, and is suitable for players of with any handicap.

TPC Louisiana

Site of the PGA TOUR's Zurich Classic, TPC Louisiana is a challenging course that brings championship golf to the vibrant charm of New Orleans. Designed by renowned architect Pete Dye, TPC Louisiana is a perfect complement to the local ambiance, ambling between the rolling hills, lush wetlands and native cypress trees that lie just across the great Mississippi.

TPC Sawgrass

This 18-hole, Pete Dye designed course opened in 1980 and is the flagship of the TPC Network. Conceived by PGA TOUR Commissioner Deane Beman, the TPC's achieved the dual goals of providing PGA TOUR players with tournament-quality courses and fans with venues that were ideal for viewing TOUR events.

TPC Scottsdale

TPC Scottsdale is an 18-hole course designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, which opened in 1986 and was designed to serve as the stage for the TPC. The Stadium Course is home to the largest-attended tournament in the world.

Tuscany Reserve

Located outside Naples, Florida, this shorter track is protected by numerous water hazards. The driver can stay in the bag, but accuracy is a must. A picturesque farm-like landscape of olive groves and flowering orchards helps create the look and feel of Tuscany.

Venetian Golf and River Club

This 18-hole, par-72 masterpiece features generous fairways framed with natural-looking mounds, strategically placed bunkers and an abundance of grass hollows. Hazards are configured in a manner that makes forced carries optional. Truly a beauty located in Sarasota County, Florida.

Waterlefe Golf and River Club

This course winds through conservation areas and along the scenic Manatee River in Bradenton, Florida. Waterlefe's unrivaled natural setting along the Manatee River is composed of a collection of signature golf holes designed by course architect Ted McAnlis. The competitive layout presents a challenge of all skill levels.

Wildstone Country Club

As Gary Player’s first Canadian course, Wildstone is an unforgettable golfing experience. Set on the rolling highlands above Cranbrook, British Columbia, this majestic course exposes stunning postcard views of the Rocky Mountains.

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