All Courses Played

Graylyn LoomisCourse Reviews5 Comments

Below is a list of many of the golf courses that I have played. I have not been able to review every course, but those with reviews are linked to the article (just click on them). If you have any questions or tips, leave a comment below.


Archerfield Links
Blairgowrie (Rosemount)
Braid Hills
Brora Golf Links

Bruntsfield Links
Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle

Castle Stuart
Crail Golfing Society (Balcomie)
Cruden Bay
Dunbar Golf Club
Durness Golf Club
Dundonald Links
Elie Golf Club
The Fairmont Kittocks Course
Gairloch Golf Club
Golspie Golf Links
Gullane #1, #2, & #3
Gleneagles (Centenary, Queen’s, and King’s Courses)
Loch Lomond Golf Club
Machrihanish Dunes
North Berwick
Reay Golf Club
Renaissance Club 
Royal Aberdeen
Royal Dornoch
Royal Troon
St Andrews Eden Course
St Andrews New Course
St Andrews Jubilee Course
St Andrews Old Course
St Andrews Castle Course
Other St Andrews Courses
Turnberry (Ailsa)


Ganton Golf Club
Prince’s Golf Club
Saunton (East)
Royal Cinque Ports (Deal)
Royal North Devon (Westward Ho!)
Royal St. Georges
Rye Golf Club
St. Enodoc Golf Club
St. George’s Hill
Sunningdale (Old)
Sunningdale (New)
Swinley Forest Golf Club
Walton Heath (Old)
Wentworth (West)

Woodhall Spa (Hotchkin)

Ireland & N. Ireland:

Ballyliffin Old
County Sligo
Royal Portrush


Metropolitan Golf Club
Kingston Heath
Royal Melbourne (East)
Royal Melbourne (West)
St Andrews Beach


Quivira Golf Club

Dominican Republic:

Casa de Campo – Teeth of the Dog
Casa de Campo – Dye Fore

United States:

Aiken Golf Club
Augusta National Golf Club
Asheville Municipal
Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III
Balsam Mountain Preserve
Bandon Dunes
Bandon Preserve
Bandon Trails
Bear’s Club
Belfair (East and West)

Bethpage Black
Big Cedar Lodge – Ozarks National

Big Cedar Lodge – Buffalo Ridge Springs
Biltmore Forest Country Club
Black Butte (Meadows)
Black Creek

Black Mountain
Blowing Rock Country Club

Boone Golf Club
Bright’s Creek
Brook Hollow
Bryan Park (Champions)
Bull’s Bay
Caledonia Golf and Fish Club
California Golf Club of San Francisco
Carolina Golf Club
Cascata Golf Club

Champion Hills
Champions Retreat
Charleston Municipal
Chechessee Creek Club
Cherokee Valley Golf Course
Cleveland Country Club (Tennessee)
The Cliffs at Mountain Park

The Cliffs at Walnut Cove
Colleton River (Dye)
Colleton River (Nicklaus)

Country Club of Charleston
Country Club of Orlando

Country Club of Spartanburg
The Creek Club at Reynolds Lake Oconee
Currahee Club

Cypress Point
Debordieu Golf Club
Dormie Club
Dunes Club
Eagle’s Pointe

Fishers Island Club
Forest Creek Golf Club (North Course & South Course)
Forest Dunes (The Loop)
Furman Golf Course
Golden Bear Club at Keene’s Pointe
Golden Horseshoe (Gold Course)

Grandfather Mountain Golf & Country Club
Grandover Resort (East)

Graysburg Hills (Knob, Fodderstack, and Chimney)
Greenville Country Club (Chanticleer)
Grove Park Inn
Haig Point Club

Harbour Town Golf Links
Hawksnest Golf & Ski Resort
Heron Point (Sea Pines)
The Honors Course
Jefferson Landing

Kiawah Island Golf Resort (Ocean Course)
Kiawah Island Golf Resort (Turtle Point)
Kiawah Island Golf Resort (Cougar Point, Oak Point, Osprey Point)

Kiawah Island Club Cassique
Kiawah Island Club River
Linville Golf Club
Lookout Mountain
Long Cove
Maidstone Club
Marion Lake Club
Merion (East)

Mid Pines
Mimosa Hills
Mountain Aire
Mountain Lake

Myrtle Beach National
National Golf Links of America
Oakmont Country Club
Ohoopee Match Club
Old Macdonald
Old South Golf Club

Olympic Club (Ocean Course)
Oyster Reef Golf Club
Pacific Dunes
Pacific Grove

Palma Ceia Golf & Country Club
Palmetto Dunes (Arthur Hills Course)
Palmetto Golf Club
Parris Island Golf Course

Peachtree Golf Club
Pebble Beach
Philadelphia Cricket Club (Wissahickon)
Philadelphia Cricket Club (Militia Hill)
Philadelphia Cricket Club (St. Martin’s)
Pine Needles

Pine Valley
Pine Valley (Round 2)
Pinehurst (#2, #3, #4, #7, #8 & The Cradle)
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
Quail Hollow Club
Quaker Ridge Golf Club
Reem’s Creek

The Reserve at Lake Keowee
Reynolds Lake Oconee – Oconee Course
Rio Secco

River Club (Pawley’s Island)
Sawgrass Country Club
Secession Club
The Course at Sewanee
Sharp Park
Shinnecock Hills

Sleepy Hollow Country Club
Snee Farm
Southern Pines Golf Club
Spanish Bay
Spyglass Hill
Stoatin Brae
Streamsong (Black)
Streamsong (Blue)
Streamsong (Red)
Sweetens Cove
Tiburon (Black and Gold)
Tobacco Road
TPC Harding Park
TPC Myrtle Beach
Trinity Forest
Verde Greens
Wasioto Winds

Winged Foot (East & West)
Winter Park Golf Club
Yale University Golf Club

Yeamans Hall Club

5 Comments on “All Courses Played”

  1. Love the site. Just played Diamond Creek up near Boone! Amazing! Only negative is that I think the 9’s should be reversed. How come you didnt write a review of Congaree?

    1. Hi Chuck,

      I’ve never played Diamond Creek, but I’ve heard it’s a special place. As for Congaree, it’s one of a handful of places I’ve played where my host asked me not to write a review on the day. Maybe one day that will change, but I’m always happy to respect the wishes of any host. Thanks for the comment!

  2. Graylyn – why haven’t you managed to visit some amazing courses of your neighbour to the north? Here in Canada we have so many incredible courses!! It’s much closer than the UK or Australia, and your dollar goes a long way up here! From amazing new resort courses on our East Coast like #1 ranked Cabot Cliffs (Coore & Crenshaw), #5 ranked Cabot Links (Canadian architect Rod Whitman) to other top ranked courses that have hosted the Canadian Open such as Hamilton Golf & CC (2019 host , ranked #4, Harry S Colt design, who also designed Pine Valley; Muirfield; Royal Lytham & St. Anne’s; Sunningdale; Wentworth; Royal Portrush; Royal County Down), The National G&CC, St. Georges G&CC (all in Ontario) as well as other incredible courses in western Canada – Fairmont Banff Springs and Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and Vancouver area Capilano & Shaughnessy. Come visit your friendly Canadian neighbours – you won’t be disappointed!!

    1. Hi Bob, thank you for taking the time to comment! My lack of Canadian travels isn’t for lack of desire. When time and budget allows I’ll definitely take a trip up north! In fact, many of my good golf buddies from the University of St Andrews were Canadians, all of whom spoke very, very highly of the courses in the country. I’ll get up there at some point, hopefully much sooner than later!

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