Top 4 Golf Courses for Women in the USA

Top 4 Golf Courses for Women in the USA
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There are literally thousands of golf courses sprinkled throughout the United States, and all of them have their own unique perks that make them worthwhile, but some are just better for women. Typically, the courses preferred by women are highly scenic, equipped with plenty of luxury and convenience accommodations, and easy to get around without too much of a hassle. GolfDigest even took the time to research and publish a huge list of women-preferred golf courses based on widespread surveys and pools. With that said, here’s our more refined list of the top 4 golf courses for women in the USA. 




1. LPGA International 


The LPGA International course in Daytona Beach, Florida is a worldclass venue that is home to a number of professional competitions every year. This club actually consists of two separate 18-hole courses – Jones Course and The Hills – both of which are completely unique yet still suitable for novices and experts.If you’re feeling hungry you can stop by the club’s highly rated Malcom’s Bar & Grill, which provides one of the finest dining experiences in the Daytona. This is also one of the most commonly recommended courses for women in golf-related blog posts and buying guides.

2. The Boulders 


The  Boulders  in  Carefree,  Arizona  (yes,  that’s  the  name of the town) is one of the best desert golf courses in the US. They have a “For Ladies” golf program and separate men’s and women’s locker rooms. The heated pools and full-service spas are other perks that women golfers will surely enjoy. On site you’ll also find the Discovery Lounge, Palo Verde Restaurant, Spa Café, the Spotted Donkey Cantina, and a Grill & Bar. 

3. Sea Island


Sea Island is a world-famous, award-winning golf club and resort located on the illustrious St. Simons Island in Georgia. There are three separate courses here – Seaside, Plantation, and Retreat.Known for its exceptional coastal scenery overlooking the Atlantic, Seaside is the firstcourse you’ll probably want to check out. As the name implies, the Plantation course has plenty of trees, so it’s considered to be the most challenging, yet still doable for novice golfers. 

4. Pine Needles Golf Club


Pine Needles Club in Southern Pines, North Carolina is equipped with two 18-hole courses –Mid Pines and Pine Needles – both designed by famous course designer Donald Ross. This is the home of the USGA Championships, with 5-star landscaping that will have you enjoying yourself even during the most challenging competitions. Both courses have their own dining options – The Inn (at Mid Pines) and The Lodge (at Pine Needles). 

Touring New Courses to Expand Your Horizons 


While the above courses can keep you occupied for many weeks, if you have the ability to travel around the country touring courses you should definitely give it a try some time. The rush of navigating a new course will almost always be more enjoyable than going back to the same golf club over and over again.


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