Digger Cartwright’s Favorite Golf Courses 10

The Witch, Conway, South Carolina

It took the genius of renowned golf architect Dan Maples to design a course as incredible as The Witch. Encompassing over 500 acres between Conway and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, The Witch was created as a world of its own carefully removed from the distractions of homes, hotels and development. http://www.witchgolf.com/

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The Old White, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Spring, West Virginia

The Old White TPC, the first 18-hole golf course at The Greenbrier, opened in 1914 and is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. A legend of Greenbrier golf history, the course was named for the well-known Old White Hotel, which stood on the grounds from 1858 to 1922. – See more at: http://www.greenbrier.com/Golf/The-Golf-Club/The-Old-White-TPC.aspx#sthash.ruS2xkFi.dpuf

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Doral, Miami, Florida

There is a reason South Florida is synonymous with great golf. That reason is Trump National DoralMiami. First opening its doors in 1962, Trump Doral was fashioned with golf at its core. And today more so than ever, under the stewardship of Donald J. Trump, guests will find that it has become the preeminent golf resort in the country. Trump National  Doral is host to scores of professional golfers across five different courses, including arguably one of golf’s most famous – the brand new Blue Monster Course. With this most recent course transformation, Trump Doral continues to redefine the essence of golf resorts – and quite possibly the grandeur of the sport itself. http://www.trumpgolfdoral.com/Default.aspx?p=DynamicModule&pageid=359798&ssid=268267&vnf=1

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Waldorf Astoria- Orlando, FL

Using the land’s natural contours as a canvas and a fertile imagination as a palette, this meticulously designed course was created by acclaimed golf course architect Rees Jones. Our 18-hole masterpiece pulls in elements from several of the world’s classic courses – some designed a century ago. The layout ingeniously blends its traditional character with endless subtleties for a challenging experience. Mindful of the natural elements and in homage to the game’s storied history, Jones created a golf course of great integrity and environmental consciousness that seamlessly folds into the terrain, so it appears to have been here forever. http://www.waldorfastoriaorlando.com/golf

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Dunes Golf & Beach Club- Myrtle Beach, SC

The Dunes Club is the premier Private Country Club and Golf Club in Myrtle Beach, SC. A member-owned Club with 750 members, we are located oceanfront along the pristine shores of the Grand Strand. The Club is filled with rich history and fond memories and after more than 65 years, continues to provide its Members and guests with exceptional service and a friendly atmosphere. The membership is comprised of well-respected businessmen and women, many of whom have grown up at the Club and now continue to raise their children here; creating memories that last a lifetime. http://www.thedunesclub.net/about-us

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Sugarloaf Mountain- Minneola, Florida


This Coore & Crenshaw designed masterpiece is carved out of the rolling terrain of Minneola, Florida, featuring elevation changes over 250 feet. The course follows the natural features of the land and highlights Coore-Crenshaw’s signature emphasis of strategic concepts meshed with simplistic design. Lake Apopka and lush oak forests provide beautiful rural scenery at a convenient distance from Orlando’s many attractions. Be one of the first to play golf at the highest point in the peninsula of Florida! http://www.oobgolf.com/courses/course/20022/Sugarloaf_Mountain_Golf_Town_Club.html