Best ClubCorp Golf Courses

ClubCorp has almost 200 golf courses throughout the USA. When you get into membership with them, there come some more clubs clubbed along the membership. So there is an added advantage for the member. Although almost 200 clubs themselves are pretty much good enough. However, you would have to travel around a lot to play, in this case, the other clubs come into play especially if you have a good one in your locality. You will get a list of 55 best ClubCorp golf courses in this post.

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In order to play the course, you need to pay the cart fee and get a discount on the food. Being a member also gives the advantage of an agent that make sures your tees are set up correctly. Also the same agent will make sure that you get our food on time as per your likings.

But the catch is that you can’t get to play on the same course more than once a month. So you would have to travel around if you want to play more than once a month. There is another catch, if a club has three courses then you can only play two of them in a month. You are otherwise free to move around the country and play wherever you want. If you are insane golfer you can play on different course everyday. That of course is not a possibility.

Some of the clubs are high end properties and comes under the selection of professional tournaments for tour games. But there is a mix and match when it comes to the quality of the clubs. Some of them are a lot better than the other while for other you may actually have a mediocre experience. Another point worth mentioning here is that some of the courses are crowded. The time from tee to tee can be actually long.

The business model is of course to allow maximum players to play. It is quite a successful model given the total number of courses ClubCorp has been able to pile up over the years. If you are someone coming from private club access you will not enjoy playing at ClubCorp mainly because all sorts of players are coming in to play.


Here are some of the best ClubCorp clubs you would enjoy playing in:

Tucson National Resort

Indian Wells CC

Mission Hills CC

Arnold Palmer Bay Hill Club & Lodge

TPC Michigan

TPC Piper Glen

Pinehurst (#9)

Firestone CC

Hunters Green CC

Quail Hollow CC

Kiawah Island Resort

Barton Creek Resort

Homestead Resort

Fords Colony CC

Davenport CC

Saddle Creek


White Columns

Mission Hills (Dye)


Missin Hills

Dayton Country Club

Country Club of the South

English Turn

Coto De Caza

Anthem (Ironwood)

Gainey Ranch

Ealges Landing (27 holes)

Coto De Caza (North)

TPC Michigan

Mission Hills

Indian Wells

Glen Abbey

Bears Best


Atlanta National


Royal Hawaiian

Diamond Run

Fair Oaks


Carmel Valley Ranch

Tucson National

Omni La Costa

University Club of Milwaukee

Old Ranch

Indian Wells

Regatta Bay

Shadow Ridge

Aliso Viejo

Desert Falls

Morgan Run

Santa Rosa

Porter Valley

Canyon Crest

Lost Key


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