Most Expensive Country Clubs
The top millionaires today are not just satisfied with beach houses, a private collection of cars or a castle in Europe. Nowadays, they are becoming the members of expensive country clubs which are mostly situated in USA even though some of their birthplace is in the UK.
Playing golf in worldly renowned places is really something to boast about. All the country clubs across the world are not exactly the same. They differ in their scenic beauty and breathtaking views. Following are the world’s most expensive country clubs which are famous for both their panorama and the excellent course that they offer.
1. Pine valley golf club, New Jersey
This golf club is located in Pine Valley, Camden County in Southern New Jersey. This golf club is one of the most expensive clubs in the world. It was founded in 1913 by a group of amateur golfers from Philadelphia.
The clubhouse of this golf course comprise of a bar and huge rooms. It also consists of main dining room, courtyard and private board room.
2. Muirfield golf club, Scotland
Muirfield is the home of the honorable company of Edinburgh golfers located in Gullane, East Lothian. Muirfield is named as the one of the oldest golf course in the world. The club’s records date continuously back in 1744 when it created thirteen rules of golf for its competition which was played at Leith links for the Silver club.
3. Old course at St.Andrews, Scotland
The old course at St. Andrews is located over common land in St. Andrews, Fife Scotland. Old course at St. Andrews hosted the open championship for 29 times. One of the fantastic features of this course is the huge double greens. Various greens are shared by two holes each, with hole number adding up to 18.
4. Shadow Creek golf course, Nevada
Shadow creek is an 18 hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio and built by Las Vegas casino Magnate Steve Wynn in 1989. This golf course is located in north Las Vegas, Nevada; it costs a reported sixty million dollars. It has been built on flatland of 350 acre site. Now this course is open to all MGM resorts international property guests and the green fee is $500.
5. Pebble Beach Golf links, California
6. Pinehurst Country club, North Carolina
7. Old Head Golf link, Ireland
8. Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand
These picture perfect landscapes are equivalent to paradise for some of the multi millionaires who would never miss out on playing golf in such courses. They are masterpieces of beauty and perfection. These places also have some the footsteps of some of the greatest players from history.