Add These Historic U.S. Golf Courses to Your 2022 Bucket List

For many, golf is not just how well you play but where you’ve played. Talk to any avid golfer, and they’ll ask about the courses you've teed off at.  

There are certainly no shortages of excellent golf courses in America, but these courses steeped in the game’s history should be on every player’s bucket list.  

The Omni Homestead Resort – Hot Springs, Virginia

The oldest golf tee in continuous use in the United States is at the Omni Homestead Resort in Virginia, built in 1766.  

Tubac Golf Resort and Spa – Tubac, Arizona

The course has three nine-hole sections, and players can choose any two golf courses creating three custom 18-hole outings.  

Opened in 1906, the course at Woodstock is the oldest public course in Vermont. Redesigned by architect Robert Trent Jones in the early 1960s.

Woodstock Inn & Resort – Woodstock, Vermont

Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa –  Bedford, Pennsylvania

Starting as one of the more extensive golf courses in the country, the 18-holes at Bedford have been designed by the most accomplished architects in the sport's history. 

Three great architects designed three golf courses at these neighboring historical resorts in Indiana, including the iconic Donald Ross Course, designed by one of the most influential architects of the game. 

French Lick Springs Hotel & West Baden Springs Hotel – West Baden, Indiana

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