Golf is often associated as a sport played by the wealthy and affluent. But, even by golf's standards, these 10 courses take the cake—these are the most most expensive golf courses in the world. Want to tee off and shell out some serious cash? Then, read on.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course, California
Cost: $315 per person, per round
First opened in 1966, this course in Pebble Beach is not only expensive, it's also ranked as one of the toughest in the world.
Ocean Course, South Carolina
Cost: $320 per person, per round
Located on Kiawah Island, this course was designed by golf architect Pete Dye and has been rated one of the toughest in the United States by Golf Digest magazine.
Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina
Cost: $375 per person, per round
Designed by Donald Ross, this North Carolina resort includes eight unique courses—its No. 2, No. 4, and No. 8 courses are consistently ranked top in the golfing world.
French Lick Resort, Indiana
Cost: $399 per person
This price includes breakfast, free transport service across different golf courses, but does not caddie assistance fees.
Old Head Golf Links, Ireland
Cost: $400 per person, per round
Located in the south of Ireland and designed by John and Patrick O'Connor, this golf course offers exceptional views.
Trump National Doral Miami, Florida
Cost: $475 per person
Every year, five golf tournaments take place at this South Florida resort.
Pebble Beach Golf Links, California
Cost: Approximately $495
Golf Digest named this California resort's public course the 'No. 1 Golf Course in America.'
TPC Sawgrass, Florida
Cost: $495 at high season (excluding food and beverage services)
This elegant resort is known for its annual Players Championship contest.
Shadow Creek Golf Course, Nevada
Cost: $500 entrance fee, per person
Services include caddy assistance and limo transportation throughout the golf course.