Which courses have the most courses?
The average golfer is spending an average of $2,200 per year on courses, according to Golf Digest.
The average golf course in the U.S. costs about $1,500 per year.
Here are some of the most expensive courses in the world, according the website: 1.
New Zealand’s Waiheke Course at Waikato $3,900 2.
North Shore Course at Wailuku $3 and $4,000 3.
Glen Ellen Golf Club in Auckland, New Zealand $4 million 4.
Hordernes Golf Club at Ghent, Belgium $4.5 million 5.
Piscatoris Golf Club and Golf Club (Germany) $5 million 6.
The Wollongong Club in New South Wales, Australia $5.8 million 7.
Horsham Golf Course in Tasmania $5,800 8.
Aintree Golf Course, New South Zealand $6 million 9.
Waverley Golf Course at Sydney, Australia, $6.5 and $6,500 10.
The Odeon Golf Club, Melbourne, Australia ($7 million) 11.
Lytham Golf Club Northbridge, Northamptonshire, Australia($8.8m) 12.
Glenwood Golf Club for Sale at Lakemba, Queensland, Australia and $8.9 million 13.
Tabor Golf Course and Golf Course (New Zealand) $8 million 14.
Punt Road Golf Course Golf Club near Dunedin, New New Zealand and $10 million 15.
Buntings Country Club in South Australia and South Australia $10.3 million 16.
Wollongs Wells Golf Course near Wolloona, New Ireland and $12 million 17.
Llanberis Golf Course golf course near Dunbar, Wales and $15 million 18.
The Cairns Golf Club golf course and the Aintley Golf Club Golf Course on the Gold Coast of Australia, Australia’s largest golf course, are both $12.7 million.
Glenview Golf Course is Australia’s second largest golf site and hosts a variety of courses, including the Stoney Creek Golf Course.
It is also home to the world’s largest open-pit waterpark.
Pimlico Club is Australia.
It features a 5,200-yard-long, six-hole course with a total elevation gain of 11,000 feet.
It hosts the first and second rounds of the Ryder Cup in 2019.