15 Golf Courses Across the U.S. Retirees Will Love

One of the best things about golf is that you can play it at almost any age in life. For example, Tiger Woods famously started playing golf at two years old, while Arnold Palmer played in the Masters at 74 years old. It's just one of the reasons that the sport of golf is so popular amongst retirees.

What better way to spend your retirement than on a fresh field of grass, enjoying the sunlight with friends? So how can you narrow them down with so many golf courses out there? 

Mission Inn Resort & Club – El Campeón Course, FL

Consistently rated as one of the top golf courses in Florida, the El Campeón Course at Mission Inn Resort & Club is a favorite amongst retirees. Maintained to excellent condition with lightning greens, El Campeón has one of Florida's best (and most fun) layouts.

McCormick Ranch Golf Club, AZ

Hosting hundreds of charitable, corporate, and professional golf groups every year, McCormick Ranch Golf Club is home to two beautiful resort courses in the middle of Scottsdale, Arizona. Their practice area is also nothing to scoff at. 

With watered fairways, large elevated greens, and a spacious feel, Prairie Links offers 18 holes of fun golf to golfers of all skill levels. Here, you'll encounter a British-inspired, links-style course that truly has it all.

Prairie Links Golf Club, IA

Candler Hills Golf Course, FL

The Candler Hills is a fantastic par 72 championship golf course that is satisfying to play regardless of your handicap. With a Palm Springs-style landscape and a variety of trees, having a membership here gives you the ability to play an unforgettable round of golf every day.

Rated as the #3 U.S. best course layout in 2018 (by Golf Advisor), Stonewall Orchard Golf Club really is something special. With more than 65,000 pine and oak trees, acres upon acres of rolling land, and peaceful wildlife roaming the course, retirees will find themselves wondering, “why didn't I get a membership here sooner?”

Stonewall Orchard Golf Club, IL

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