16 Resorts

  • Kiawah Island Resort 468.6 miles

    KIAWAH ISLAND RESORT & CHARLESTON, SC The Ocean Course headlines an island that features 7 golf courses, a 5 Star hotel & glorious white beaches The 1991 Ryder Cup. The 1997 & 2003 World Cup. The 2012 PGA Championship. Kiawah Island, home of the famed Ocean Course, is one of the most stunning stretches of oceanfront property in the Southeast. At Kiawah Island Golf Resort, you’ll find world class golf, great amenities, clean white beaches and an array of dining options. Encompassing the famed Ocean Course, along with four other acclaimed courses, this resort is truly one of the finest in the nation. A short drive north is historic and charming Charleston, SC, a laid back southern city with countless restaurants, historic sites, beaches, shopping and much, much more.

  • Pebble Beach & The Monterey Peninsula 2409.3 miles

    Pebble Beach & The Monterey Peninsula Pebble Beach Golf Links and Pebble Beach Resort… both No. 1 in the USA Pebble Beach isn’t just the No. 1 public course in America, Pebble Beach is the No. 1 Golf Resort in America. Pebble Beach Golf Links hosted its sixth U.S. Open in 2019 and its fifth U.S. Amateur in 2018. And with three Top 50 Public Courses canvasing the spectacular coastline that wraps around California’s Monterey Peninsula, golf at Pebble Beach Resorts is a truly unforgettable experience. Whether you are skirting the scenic sand dunes at Spanish Bay, threading the towering pines of Spyglass Hill or challenging the cliff-swept shoreline at Pebble Beach, a golf trip to Pebble Beach Resorts is full of memorable thrills. And there’s plenty of other great golf to be played on the Monterey Peninsula. Pasatiempo Golf Club is ranked in the Top 100 Courses in America. Poppy Hills Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design and has been a part of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am for decades. Pacific Grove Golf Club was designed by the same team that built Pebble Beach Golf Links and Del Monte Golf Club opened well over 100 years ago and is an old-school charmer.

  • Bandon Dunes Golf Resort 2426.3 miles

    CRASHING WAVES. HIGH CLIFFS. THE WILD PACIFIC. Five courses built on rolling coast land and sand dunes perched 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean It is rare to have the opportunity to play a true links course in the US, not surprising since, according to The Links Association, there are only 5 true links courses in all of North America. Happily, for those that visit Bandon Dunes Resort, three of the five are located there (Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes and Old Macdonald). Bandon Dunes is unique among all locations for golf in North America. With the ocean, soil, climate, weather and even gorse, golfers seeking a true links experience arguably have four choices: Ireland, Scotland, England or Bandon Dunes. At Bandon Dunes Resort, you’ll find five distinctly different courses built on a beautiful stretch of Pacific coast land and rolling sand dunes perched 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean.

  • Northern Ireland 3349.6 miles

    THE GOLFING WORLD HAS DISCOVERED NORTHERN IRELAND… AGAIN Northern Ireland is home to one of the finest collections of links courses… World #1 Royal County Down, World #7 Royal Portrush, Castlerock, Portstewart, Royal Belfast, and Ardglass. Like a whiskey tasting at the 235-year-old Bushmills Distillery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland’s links golf is full of all the flavors you’d expect but always surprises you with new colors, smells, and experiences. That visceral reaction starts at the top of every golfer’s bucket list with Royal County Down and Royal Portrush, ranked No. 1 and No. 7 on Golf Digest’s World 100 Greatest Golf Courses. Portrush’s Open course, Dunluce Links, and the underrated Valley Links, make for a stirring 36-hole day. As for Royal County Down, which also has a nifty par-66 Annesley Links, the status of its Championship course remains unchanged as the best golf course outside the US. County Down’s holes are 18 perfectly constructed mysteries, some blind but all beguiling and beautifully perfect.

  • St. Andrews 3478.7 miles

    St Andrews & The Kingdom of Fife The Old Course, The New Course, Carnoustie, Dumbarnie, Crail, Jubilee, Elie, Gleneagles & And Many More Great Links Courses Golf developed along the east coast of Scotland in the 15th century, and the Rules of Golf were laid down in 1744. Check out the British Golf Museum to learn how the sport evolved and flourished despite opposition from a succession of Scottish kings. Getting a tee time across the street at the Old Course, the world’s most famous golf course, requires patience, luck and no worse than a 24-handicap. If a guaranteed Old Course tee time package is a bit to salty for your taste, your next best bet is to enter the Daily Ballot, the results of which are posted two days prior. Singles and two balls can also queue up in the morning to join groups of two or three, however, the lines often start the night before, so be prepared to camp out if it’s a bucket list thing.   And there are at least a dozen more courses within a 20 minute drive that are “must-plays” when you are vacationing here. So, don’t just focus on The Old Course, enjoy your trip to St Andrews and what the entire Kingdom of Fife has to offer.

  • The Sandhills 287.1 miles
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    The Sandhills have over 40 world-class golf courses within a 15-mile radius and was home to Donald Ross, the father of American golf course architecture So, It’s no surprise that the Pinehurst/Southern Pines area has the highest concentration of courses in the USA on Golf Digest’s 2018 list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. Donald Ross, the legendary Scot who made his home here, left a lasting legacy by designing Pinehurst No. 2; Pine Needles and Mid Pines, among others. Modern architects have also come to appreciate the area’s rolling hills, stately pines and sandy soil ideal for golf. Tom Fazio redesigned Pinehurst No. 4 and built Pinehurst No. 8. In 2018, Gil Hanse unveiled a throwback version of Pinehurst No. 4. The late Mike Strantz created one of golf’s wildest rides at Tobacco Road. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw’s Dormie Club continues to generate buzz. Without a doubt, the country’s golf past is firmly linked to the present in the rolling hills of North Carolina.

  • Pinehurst Resort 287.9 miles
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    With 230 Four-Diamond guest rooms and suites, this majestic century-old hotel makes you feel like you've stepped back in time to an era when elegance defined grand hotels and resorts.

  • Ocean Annie’s Resorts 372.5 miles

    Ocean Annie’s Resorts located in Myrtle Beach, SC features Sands Ocean Club and Sands Beach Club oceanfront resorts! Our unique Myrtle Beach resorts provide spacious oceanfront and oceanview one, two, and three bedroom accommodations. The resorts are nestled within a comfortable, secluded beach community in the northern section of the Grand Strand considered one of the Best Locations in Myrtle Beach! Golf vacations are all  about traditions and there’s no better place than Ocean Annie’s Resorts home to Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar ~ an icon for Myrtle Beach vacationers for over 35 years. Plus, enjoy the value-packed amenities of our oceanfront resorts – everything to complement an awesome golf trip to the beach! Myrtle Beach has it all to top off a great golf vacation with pulse-pounding live entertainment, challenging golf, and a wide variety of dining. Enjoy the challenge of Myrtle Beach golf courses then relax in the sun, or enjoy the excitement of Ocean Annie’s Resorts. Sands Beach Club and Sands Ocean Club Resorts strive to make you a repeat guest enjoying all that the Grand Strand golf courses have to offer. Plus, Ocean Annie’s Resorts guest can enjoy FREE GOLF at DIAMONDBACK. Our experienced golf department prides itself on its guest service and professional knowledge of the areas challenging golf courses. Please contact one of our Golf Staff members at 800-845-0633 or fill out the “Request a Quote” form on the Package Details page listed below. We will be happy to create the perfect golf vacation package to suit your needs and we look forward to working with you on your next Myrtle Beach vacation.

  • Whistling Straits 625.5 miles

    WHISTLING STRAITS & BLACKWOLF RUN There are 4 courses to choose from at Whistling Straits… all 4 designed by Pete Dye and all 4 ranked in the 2020 Top 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses by Golf Digest   Whistling Straits offers two courses of dynamic contrast and world-class prestige. Open, rugged, and windswept terrain defines The Straits, sculpted along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. Just inland, interspersed by four meandering streams, the grassland and dunes aspect of The Irish is a deceiving tranquil landscape. The neighboring Blackwolf Run offers two more opportunities to play Pete Dye’s best. The River course features target landing areas, strategic bunkering, large undulating greens, and water or gorges on 14 of the 18 holes. The Meadow Valleys’ course is both subtle and devilish as it winds its way through meadows and charges across ravines, reflecting the natural features of the Wisconsin terrain.

  • Erin Hills 636.8 miles

    Welcome to Erin Hills A course 10,000 years in the making. Long before championship golf was played at Erin Hills, glaciers carved unique features into the landscape, turning Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine into the diverse region it is today. Architects adopted a minimalist approach in their design, as nature had sculpted the land in a way that the holes seemed to emerge from the property. To experience Erin Hills, for business or pleasure, plan your visit now. Erin Hills is a course like none other — routed over the kettle moraine areas left by glaciers, surrounded by wetlands and a river, with ground that consists of glacial till of varied composition of sand and small rock. In an unconventional decision for a course in Wisconsin, the architects used fine fescue for the fairways to emphasize the natural contours of the property and provide a firm playing surface that plays shorter than its length on the scorecard. The course was designed to accommodate the 2017 U.S. Open, in terms of both the challenge to the players and the logistics of the spectators. This mix of traditional and modern elements as well as a championship test will leave many golfers with the feeling that they’ve never played anywhere like Erin Hills.

  • Mossy Oak Golf Club 725.3 miles

    Mossy Oak Golf Club “#3 Best New Course” in 2017 “Top 100 Modern Course” in U.S. Golfweek, 2019 Golf is at its purest when nature and course work in harmony to surprise and delight those who play the game. It’s at this crossroads of forward looking course design and habitat preservation that Mossy Oak Golf Club exists. Its soft footprint on the landscape is sculpted by course architect Gil Hanse and shaped with the outdoor knowledge of Mossy Oak, an innovative voice in the world of conservation. The George and Marcia Bryan family has created this partnership to deliver a truly special golf experience in the South – one that accentuates the beauty and habitat of the region and makes a round of golf a full-sensory experience. It’s golf in the South at its finest. It’s Mossy Oak Golf Club. It’s Nature’s Golf.  

  • Streamsong Resort 825.3 miles

    4 world-renowned golf course architects. 3 internationally acclaimed links-style courses. A golf experience distinguished as once-in-a-lifetime. Streamsong Blue, Streamsong Red, and Streamsong Black celebrate the legacy of traditional Scottish links. Undulating fairways navigating through wild grasses and deep-water ponds, huge bunkers rolling from towering sand dunes and deep greenside pot bunkers define the unexpected experience of playing golf at Streamsong. Golf Architecture’s most iconic foursome. Gil Hanse, Tom Doak, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The premier names in golf course design have created an unprecedented masterpiece with Streamsong. The ultimate golf destination, set apart by the unexpected—already destined to become legendary. The Courses: Streamsong Red – An unprecedented challenge. You’ve never played a golf course like Streamsong Red: Striking landforms. Rolling terrain with stretches of wide-open savannah. 419 Bermuda Grass fairways winding their way through decades-old sand dunes, deep-water lakes, and huge natural bunkers. Streamsong Red brings drama and strategy into play on every hole, making the challenge that much more exhilarating. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw have designed several of the most renowned golf courses in the world, including five of the Top 100 in the United States: Arizona’s We-Ko-Pa, North Carolina’s Dormie Club, Nebraska’s Sand Hills, Oregon’s Bandon Trails, Tasmania, Australia’s Lost Farms. And now, Streamsong Red. Streamsong Blue – Exclusive by design. Tom Doak already has four golf course designs ranked among the top 100 in the world. Soon, he may be able to add a fifth. Streamsong Blue was designed by discovery, conforming to the incredible natural features of the terrain. Unprecedented for a project in Florida—or anywhere in the Southeast. With variations in contour, rises and falls and dramatic changes in elevation, wild grasses and deep-water ponds. And undulating fairways surrounded by massive bunkers rolling from towering sand dunes. These iconic features have become the centerpieces for Streamsong Blue. Streamsong Black – Exceptional from every angle. The moment you step on the Gil Hanse designed championship course, you are immediately overwhelmed by more than the legendary name. At once you are faced with wide-open rolling fairways surrounded by massive dunes, with dramatic ridges and sudden drops in elevation—and the occasionally unexpected pothole bunker. Streamsong Black has quickly achieved worldwide recognition as one of the most prestigious venues in golf—and intensely challenging.

  • TPC San Antonio 1353.2 miles

    TPC San Antonio features 36 holes designed by two of the world’s most talented and respected golf course architects: Pete Dye, considered by many the most influential golf course architect of the past five decades; and World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman. Both the AT&T Canyons and AT&T Oaks Courses were ranked among the top 15 “Best Courses You Can Play” in Texas by Golfweek in 2012. Working with PGA TOUR player consultant Bruce Lietzke, Dye crafted the par-72, 7,106-yard AT&T Canyons Course, the previous host of PGA TOUR Champions San Antonio Championship. Dye’s signature wide fairways, stately stands of oak and cedar trees, and panoramic views of the adjacent Cibolo Canyons create a breathtakingly beautiful and enjoyable challenge for scratch golfers and novices alike. Current PGA TOUR player Sergio Garcia assisted Norman with the design of the par-72, 7,435-yard AT&T Oaks Course, which hosts the PGA TOUR’s Valero Texas Open. Norman took great care to incorporate the distinct nuances and indigenous flora of the natural Hill Country into the course design. The result is a strikingly beautiful course to challenge golfers of all skill levels. TPC San Antonio is a model of environmentally sound methods and practices, beginning with two well-planned, eco-friendly layouts. A closed-loop irrigation system, which ensures the protection of the Edwards Aquifer, supports the TPC Network’s vision of all courses designated as Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary Systems. Book your next golf vacation at TPC San Antonio to enjoy two of Texas’ finest courses, the AT&T Oaks Course by Greg Norman and the AT&T Canyons Course by Pete Dye!

  • Scottsdale 1944.6 miles

    SCOTTSDALE IS SUN, FUN & GREAT DESERT GOLF   The U.S.A.’s best winter golf destination? Thousands of golfers every year think so…    With close to 200 courses in the area and great golf weather with no rain throughout most of the year, the Phoenix/Scottsdale area is one of the most popular golf destinations in the world. The peak season is winter and spring since temperatures are cooler, but summer and fall are the best times to find deals. While there are golf courses for every price point, the area is loaded with high quality courses and resorts. One of the best is Troon North, with a pair of outstanding Jay Morrish-Tom Weiskopf courses tied into the Four Seasons Scottsdale. Scottsdale’s other resorts include the 36-hole Boulders Resort (with the outstanding Golden Door Spa), The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess (paired with the TPC Scottsdale), The Phoenician, Talking Stick, The Westin Kierland Resort, and the JW Marriott Camelback Resort. As for stand-alone golf, the lengthy list is highlighted by Quintero, Grayhawk, We-Ko-Pa, Southern Dunes and Verrado. But that still leaves scores of golf courses to discover as you play your way across the desert!

  • Sea Pines Golf Resort 2379 miles

    Sea Pines is the only hotel on the Central Coast situated directly on a golf course, making our resort your #1 destination for Central Coast golf. Step outside your room in the morning, grab some breakfast at the Clubhouse Grill, and enjoy the 9 hole executive course from sun up to sun down. Sea Pines Golf Course is recognized as one of the finest and most challenging executive 9-hole golf courses in California, offering stunning views of the Morro Bay Estuary, Morro Rock and protected rare coastal dunes. From tee to green, the course is kept in excellent condition. In addition to our golf course, we have a driving range and practice areas equipped with two putting greens and a chipping area to help sharpen your skills. You will find the course and the surrounding beauty, including natural wildlife, a place you will want to come play again and again.   Sea Pines is the only hotel on the Central Coast situated directly on a golf course, making our resort your #1 destination for Central Coast golf. Step outside your room in the morning, grab some breakfast at the Clubhouse Grill, and enjoy the 9 hole executive course from sun up to sun down. Sea Pines Golf Course is recognized as one of the finest and most challenging executive 9-hole golf courses in California, offering stunning views of the Morro Bay Estuary, Morro Rock and protected rare coastal dunes.

  • Western Scotland 3421.8 miles

    WESTERN SCOTLAND… HOME OF THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Between Turnberry, Royal Troon, and Prestwick, the Open Championship has been hosted along western Scotland’s coast 37 times. One of Scotland’s most historic and beloved golfing regions, a golf vacation to Scotland’s west coast will take to you the very heart of Scotland’s golfing heritage. Western Scotland can rightly champion itself as the Home of The Open Championship, having first been played here in 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club. This area has an almost unbroken stretch of links golf courses running the entire length of its coast and it numbers three Open Championship courses. There are probably more outstanding golf courses in this rugged and beautiful corner of the country than there are anywhere in the world.