Why Cornell Course is the Most Accurate Golf Course on the Planet
After decades of research, we’ve come up with a list of the world’s most accurate golf courses, and the Cornell course in New York City is on top of the list.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Cornell is the world most accurate course with a course rating of 9,065, with the most accurate hole-in-one in the world (1,063).
The course was built in the 1930s as part of the Corning-Macon School of Engineering, and is considered one of the most beautiful courses in the country.
Cornell was the first course to be built with concrete instead of brick, which makes the course appear more organic.
The courses courses are not the most challenging, but they can still put you in a good mood with its gorgeous gardens and spectacular views.
The courses are located on both sides of Manhattan and include a variety of courses that are designed for different skills.
You can also do some side trips for an additional reward.
Here’s the rundown on the course: