Most Exotic Golf Courses In The World

If you want to create unforgettable memories while playing golf, you have to spice things up by playing at least a round of golf at the world’s most exotic golf courses. If this idea sounds appealing to you, continue to read this article to find out which are the most exotic golf courses in the world.

Bahia Beach Golf Club, Puerto Rico

Without a doubt, the Bahia Beach Golf Club in Puerto Rico is one of the lushest tropical settings in golf. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr and situated on a former coconut plantation, this golf club sits at the foot of El Yunque rainforest. The 7014-yard course has 80 acres of saltwater lagoons. On the background, you can admire the mountainous rainforest. The golf course weaves around lagoons, 15 of the 18 holes having water features. The 16, 17, and 18 holes emerge onto the coast, offering an unforgettable scenery to those who are lucky enough to play golf here.

Punta Espada Golf Course, Dominican Republic

If you have the money for it, we recommend that you stay at the luxurious Sanctuary Capcana in the Dominican Republic so that you can gain easy access to the Punta Espada Golf Course. This iconic golf course is situated right on the ocean, a part of it being in the ocean, as you can see in the picture above. One of the holes on this course requires you to do a 250-yard shot over the water, landing the ball on a narrow green sticking that is located out into the Caribbean. This is what makes the golf course one of the most exotic and challenging courses out there.

The Coeur d’Alene Resort, Idaho

The U.S.A. hosts a lot of spectacular golf courses, but none compare to the Coeur d’Alene Resort in Idaho. The challenging 6800-yard course provides a gorgeous view of the stunning Lake Coeur d’Alene and the mountains that climb up from its shores from every hole. The experience of playing golf here will surely leave you with a lot of unforgettable memories. In addition, when you will play, you will get to encounter the 14th hole of this course, which is the only floating green in the world. This makes the golf course even more challenging and special.