What makes a great golf course? Should it be measured by the total experience from entry into the property until departure? Should it be merely from the 1st tee to the 18th green?
Such questions serve as interesting fodder for many lively discussions and debates. It is one of the components that makes golf such an enjoyable recreational experience.
Like fine wine and great food, what is truly special in a golf course is framed by our own individual perspectives. We have each embarked on this journey of life from many different starting points. Our views are drawn from our small yet vastly difference experiences.
Based on our culture, some stress peace in the midst of chaos. Others emphasize community, harmony and the balance of individuals with a group. Where life is good, we believe that we have dominion over nature such that each “loss” feels like life crisis where in actually the merely daily flow of our lives has been interrupted.
The meaning of life and what makes a great golf course can not answered by any one person. Each of our life’s experiences is different. As you are reading this blog, our paths in this journey of life have crossed. We hope you download the chart comparing the Top 130 golf courses in the world.
As you are reading this blog, our paths in this journey of life have crossed. We hope you download the chart comparing the Top 130 golf courses in the world and wish you the best in your journey on and off the golf course.Download
Please comment below on your thoughts of what makes a great golf course. Hoping to see you on the links.