The course where new golfers are taught the basics of the sport. Wide open spaces without trees blocking your way make for a great introduction with a low difficulty.
Sometimes a straight line is not the shortest way to the Green. Get used to playing aorund obstacles on a course with a slightly higher difficulty than Basic Garden.
Located in the Swiss Alps this course features narrow canyons and beautiful moutain lakes. Stay clear of the canyon walls and try to find the best route to the Green.
The windy coast with its chalk cliffs and dizzying drops forms the setting for this challenging course. You only stand a chance of finishing a round at White Cliff by using all your skills and abilities.
Redwood is a unique course in the forests of California. This course requires exact shots and delicate skill more than any other, because it has narrow fairways and giant trees in the greens.
This snowy course in the forest, with its chilly winds and low temperatures, is a real challenge for golfers. It's also important to keep an eye on the blimp flying overhead so the ball doesn't end up in the trees.
Green grass covers the gentle slopes of the hills on this idyllic course. But strong winds power large windmills framing the course. In combination with the narrow fairways these winds put even experienced golfers to the test.
Scorchingly hot desert sand - as far as the eye can see. This course between the pyramids and oases has thrown a monkey wrench in many would-be pro golfers' plans. On this course, the winner won't be the one who can hit the ball farthest but rather the one who uses their strength most wisely.
The Aztecs were a highly cultured people that lived in Mexico from the 14th to the early 16th century. You can see traces of this ancient culture on the course.
On this exclusive course in Florida the golfing elite come together in a sophisticated atmosphere. Attentiveness is higher here than anywhere else as spectators and TV camera watch every one of your hits. If you want to make it here, you have to be able to take the pressure.
This natural course lies in the deep south of China. The atmosphere here is particularly exciting when the wind blows between the distinctive, columnar rocks. However, you have to stay concentrated, otherwise the ball will rebound right back at you and land in one of the many streams of the river Li.
Welcome to the "Aloha state"! This unique course lies on the island of Maui, named after a Polynesian demigod. The nature here is wonderful, but don't let the idyllic mood fool you. Only the best here can prevail! Whoever lacks a powerful swing falls down flat at the lava rocks.