Grand Tetons - The cell phone coverage is spotty, and in some places, nonexistent. But the views at Grand Tetons are perhaps the most vibrant Golden Tee has ever known—a place where the joys of fall golf can be celebrated and appreciated all year long. Snow capped mountains serve as the backdrop for this Wyoming-based course, which feels more like a trek into a wilderness than a round of golf.
Dodge City - Barns, cattle and the always-feared dusty dirt have a home on Dodge City, which antique obstacles, while sparse and selectively scattered about, will call upon every club in your bag. Although the course is tough to locate on a map, you’ll know when you’re there.
Lake Powell - Bright red and orange canyon walls line the fairways and greens, producing chaotic and unpredictable outcomes for wayward shots. But it’s the presence of water—a plethora of deep blue streams, rivers and lakes—that serve as companions to these rock walls that make this Utah stop a destination that must be seen and played to be appreciated.
Jamaica Bay - Jamaica Bay is the kind of bucket-list golfing experience most hope to play just once their life: a beautiful, rugged, sun-drenched layout that puts golfers in a trance while testing them on every shot. For those who seek out destination golf, this will be their nirvana.
Oakwood Hills - Everything about this course oozes elegance. The greens and fairways are meticulously manicured on this Ohio-based gem. The bunkers, and there are many, feel more like artwork than golf course inconveniences.