August is National Golf Month. Our three-part round-up will highlight the best courses around the world to tee off in celebration. Today, we highlight three international courses for your consideration.
Nearby the United Arab Emirates’ Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, Al Hamra Golf Club is among the region’s most celebrated courses, welcoming more than 20,000 visitors yearly. At a par 72, golfers can play here at night thanks to zero-pollution floodlights. Peter Harradine designed the course to feature four interconnected, open-water lagoons along the Arabian coast.
The course that will play host to the 2027 Ryder Cup, Tom Fazio transformed the award-winning Adare Manor course into a top-tier golfing destination. In harmony with the natural surroundings, each and every hole here could be named the star hole. Play among lush terrain and the sweeping banks of River Maigue.
In the Swiss Alps, between Zürich and Milan, The Chedi Andermatt boasts Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course, an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course. Golfers can expect tricky elevation changes, a modern clubhouse and breathtaking views. Learn more about the property’s Tee Off in Style offer.
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