World’s Largest Golf Resorts


Listen up golfers! This blog can be your ultimate guide to check up on a few of the world’s largest golf resorts and learn about their history and golfing experience there. So, buckle up and get ready for the golf ride!

  • Pine Valley, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Pine valley is a private golf club and was established in 1913. It is an 18-hole golf course spread across 7,057 yards. Over the years, its exclusive character of the sandy pine barrens is still maintained. It has a simple yet amazing and rich in golf tradition clubhouse that offers great facilities to all its members and their guests. It is a private club so outsiders are not allowed, unless accompanied by a member.

  • Mission Hills Shenzhen, China

Mission Hills Shenzhen is a twelve course 18-hole course golf resort in China established in 1992. It is located in the town of Guanlan in Shenzhen, between the cities of Shenzhen and Dongguan. This club has hosted almost 50 international tournaments since its establishment and is visited by all sorts of celebrities, royalties, world-class businessmen, and political leaders from all over the world. Along with golf courses, it also has some of the highest order facilities for its visitors such as spa, resort, and a country club featuring the Asia’s largest tennis center.

  • Mission Hills Resort, Haikou, China

Mission Hills Resort is a golf complex under construction in Haikou. It will be the world’s second largest golf resort once constructed. It will have 22 golf courses, numerous luxury hotels, an aquatic theme park, natural mineral springs, sports center, shopping arcade, and much more.

  • Cypress Point, Pebble Beach, California, U.S.A.

This course was designed in 1928 by Alister MacKenzie and Robert Hunter. It has a single 18-hole course but three of its holes play along the Pacific Ocean dramatically, making this course a world-wide attraction for golf lovers. Cypress is no doubt considered as a wonder land in the world of golf and there are few lucky people who have access to this exclusive and stunning course. 

  • Andrews (old course), Scotland

One of the most iconic and oldest golf courses around the globe, St. Andrews is a public course in Scotland, established in 1552. It is an 18-hole course spread across 7,305 yards. Apart from the natural landscape and scenic vistas, The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are some of the most iconic attractions in golf.

  • Pinehurst Resort, U.S.A.

Pinehurst resort is a private golf club established since 1895. It has nine golf courses and has hosted several major tournaments including the PGA championship, U.S. Open, U.S. Senior Open and U.S. Women’s Open. It also three luxury hotels, a spa and extensive sports and leisure facilities recognized world-wide.

  • Kiawah Island Golf Resort, South Carolina, U.S.A.

Kiawah golf resort opened in 1974. It has five golf courses and each of them is famous on its own, The Ocean Course being the most renowned and a huge point of attraction for golfers. This course was designed by Pete and Alice Dye and was opened in 1991. It has been frequently named as one of the best courses in the world by several publications.