Championship Courses presented by HD Golf are selected for their beauty, international ranking and breathtaking player experience!

This curated and growing collection is built with our revolutionary 3D modelling software using real course data (hi-res digital images, geophysical and satellite data). The genuine, lifelike player experience begs golfers to explore and enjoy them all. As the ONLY simulator company to use real course data — it’s our distinct pleasure to deliver courses that LOOK and PLAY just like the real course.

New, Top Ranked Courses are frequently added, ensuring the best courses in the world are also in your home or business.

Pinehurst No. 2

Designed over 100 years ago by Donald Ross, Pinehurst #2 hosts more championships than any other course in the USA!

Known to be highly challenging, Pinehurst #2 is famous for incredible green complexes and stunning views.

Nicklaus North

Snowcapped Whistler peaks. A brilliant emerald-coloured lake. Majestic fir trees. Fresh, invigorating mountain air. Whistler Golf at its Finest!

This is the setting that inspired the great Jack Nicklaus to create a golf course as unique as himself. This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor offering you a spectacular setting as your golfing skills are tested to the fullest.

Castle Course, St. Andrews

The Castle Course opened in 2008, becoming the seventh public course at St Andrews.

The course is beautifully set on a rugged cliff-top with extensive views overlooking St Andrews. The course is a par 71 and measures 6,759 yards from the back tees.

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach represents the greatest, most extensive meeting of land and sea in American golf. Pebble Beach isn’t just the No. 1 public course in America. Pebble Beach is the No. 1 Golf Resort in America.

With three Top 50 public courses canvasing the spectacular coastline that wraps around California’s Monterey Peninsula, golf at Pebble Beach Resorts is a truly unforgettable experience.

Old Course, St. Andrews

Affectionally known as the home of Golf, the Old Course at St. Andrews has been played for over 600 years. The most iconic golf course in the world begs ALL golfers to visit and play at least once in their lifetime.

The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised globally…Perhaps the Old Course’s greatest feature is that it remains a public golf course!

PGA National

Home to the PGA of America and PGA Tour Event The Honda Classic, PGA National Resort & Spa boasts five incredible championship golf courses with a full resort attached.

Of the 5 courses, its most famous is the “The Champion,” originally designed by Arnold Palmer and redesigned by Jack Nicklaus. Today, it is best known for being the home of “the Bear Trap”. This three-hole stretch of the par-3s (15/16/17)15th was named after Nicklaus, nicknamed the Golden Bear.

Cabot Links

This Top 100 ranked course set against a breathtaking landscape was designed by gifted Canadian golf course architect, Rod Whitman. Every hole offers ocean views and five holes play directly adjacent to the beach. It’s also the first authentic links in Canada, and one of the world’s greatest courses.

Cabot Links is a place that speaks to golf’s elemental and undeniable truth: that to truly play links golf is to experience the game in its most visceral sense.

Bethpage Black

Bethpage Golf Course is one of the most popular and cherished golf courses in the nation. It was also the first public course to host the US Open.

Located in Long Island, Bethpage features five 18-hole courses, including the world-renowned Bethpage Black. In addition to the US Open Championships, it hosted two Barclays PGA Tour events, The PGA Championship and the vRyder Cup.

Jubilee Course, St. Andrews

Named after Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee Celebration in 1897, The Jubilee Course, became the third championship golf course at the Home of Golf.

Known as one of the hardest courses at St Andrews Links, it’s often played to test junior and amateur golfers for the British Mid-Amateur Golf Championship, as well as the St. Andrews Links Trophy.

Ocean Course, Kiawah Island

The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is a must-play list for golfers demanding a true test of skill.

The Top 100 ranked course boasts the most seaside holes in the Northern Hemisphere with ten hugging the Atlantic. Originally planned to sit behind the dunes, course designer Pete Dye’s wife Alice suggested raising the entire course. This gives players unobstructed views of Kiawah’s stunning coastline from every hole.

Torrey Pines

Perched on California’s coastal cliffs, Torrey Pines delivers an incredible and world-renowned golf experience. This Top 100 Ranked Course is named after the Torrey Pine - a rare, wild tree that only grows on the San Diego coastline.

Two picturesque and widely recognizable championship golf courses create a bucket list course serious golfers simply must play in their lifetime. Every year, Torrey Pines hosts the PGA TOUR Farmers Insurance Open event.

Spanish Bay

Meandering among sweeping sand dunes along 17-Mile Drive, The Links at Spanish Bay unveils spectacular seaside views of Pebble Beach. Rolling fairways flow through and around the dunescape, briefly weaving between towering Monterey Pines, before returning to the white sand of Spanish Bay Beach. Golfers love the thrilling finish along the wind-swept coast.

A twilight round is punctuated by the tunes of the famed Spanish Bay bagpiper, who puts the course to bed every evening.

Doral Blue Monster

Virtually every great name in golf has experienced glorious personal triumph on this world-class course. Its reputation as a challenging and spectacular golf course is well earned. Strategically placed deep bunkers, long flowing fairways, undulating greens and deep Bermuda rough requires both length and finesse to score well.

One of the most legendary 18-hole golf courses in America – Blue Monster has been playing host to prestigious PGA TOUR events for 55 consecutive years.


Perched 300 ft above the Pacific lies Hawaii’s #1 course . Princeville Makai Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. is one of the world’s most stunning golf courses.

The Makai Course reached all of golf’s respected rankings imaginable: including Golf Digest’s Top 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses. Immaculate course conditions and six ocean front holes combine with “Aloha Spirit” to deliver a peerless experience!

Bay Hill

Bay Hill makes a golfer’s heart beat faster. The Top 100 course delivers sweeping views across 270 acres of Butler Chain shoreline.

Every March, the best golf professionals in the world descend upon Bay Hill to compete in one of the most popular tournaments on the PGA Tour. Since Bob Byman beat Jon Schroeder in a heart-stopping playoff at the first Invitational in 1979, golf enthusiasts around the world have been hooked on this annual showdown of golf’s biggest names.

Cabo Del Sol

The Jack Nicklaus Signature Cove Club Golf Course opened for play in 1994. Stretching for more than a mile along the Sea of Cortéz, it features four unforgettable ocean-front holes perched above Pacific waves.

French Link

Sketched on a napkin and cemented into history by Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye, this course hosted the Senior PGA Championship in 2015. This championship golf course on one of Indiana’s highest elevation points has narrow, immaculate fairways and rugged, intense terrain. The Course has gained national acclaim for its 40-mile panoramic views of the southern Indiana countryside, three man-made lakes, “volcano” bunkers and a variety of elevation changes. A robust 8,100 yards from the professional tees punctuate Dye’s signature sting from vista to vista.

Wolf Creek

Since Opening in 2000, golfers around the world travel to Wolf Creek Golf Club in Mesquite, Nevada to experience a one of a kind golf adventure. Many major golf publications rank Wolf Creek as one of the top public courses in the country.

Striped emerald green fairways lined with brilliant white sand bunkers are simply stunning. Navigate elevation drops and wandering canyons and be amazed at how this create miraculous golf course was created. After finishing all eighteen holes, you are hard pressed to come up with just one signature hole!

Cape Kidnappers

This Golf Digest Top 20 Course is often described as a stratospheric Pebble Beach, 500 feet above the sea on a windswept plateau. Its design demonstrates the lay-of-the-land philosophy of architect Tom Doak, who ran holes across a series of ridges framed by deep canyons. Cape Kidnappers was also the International winner of a 2012 Environmental Leaders in Golf Award, cosponsored by Golf Digest.

Teeth of the Dog

The Dominican Republic is a major golf destination, and Teeth of the Dog started it all back in 1971. The international masterpiece by Pete Dye has stunning routing: a clockwise front 9, counter clockwise back 9, with seven holes hunkered on the ocean, merely 20 feet above the surf. Every hole is unique and scenic.

Banff Springs

Renowned for its panoramic beauty, The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course is a captivating and challenging layout set in the heart of Canada’s Rocky Mountains.

This Alberta golf course offers two things for the perfect golf vacation. First, a breathtaking view in every direction and second, a magnificent layout that thrills every golfer. Amateurs and professionals alike are constantly amazed by its challenging layout. From creative hole design to optical illusions created by the surrounding mountains, this Alberta golf course will delight and tempt you.

North Course, Olympia Fields

Founded in 1915 on the outskirts of Chicago, Olympia Fields Country Club is a crown jewel of Golden Era Golf. Consisting of 2 championship courses, the North Course is a Golf Digest "Top 100 Greatest Course."

Leading golf historian Herbert Warren Wind describes the Olympia Fields golf experience: Bigger and better went up all over the country. But Olympia Fields was the daddy of them all. Conceived in 1914, this gargantuan retreat in the woods below Chicago was at length completed in 1925.

Quail Hollow

Quail Hollow Club is considered by many to be one of the finest courses in the United States.

The course was originally designed by famed golf course architect George Cobb in 1961 to capture the beauty and challenging terrain of the Piedmont region. In the intervening years, the course has undergone a series of improvements, including modifications to several holes by Arnold Palmer in 1986 and a redesign by Tom Fazio in 1997.

Pacific Dunes

Known as the No 1 resort course in the USA, this Tom Doak designed course features rippling fairways, natural bunkers and huge sand dunes.

To best utilize ocean frontage, Doak created unorthodox routing, including four par 3s on the back nine. The rolling greens and rumpled fairways are framed by rugged sand dunes and marvellously grotesque bunkers.

Jasper Peak

Designed by Canada’s master golf course architect Stanley Thompson, the 18-hole layout offers elevated tee boxes, dramatic bunkering and holes aligned with distant mountain vistas.

Wide fairways carve through thick forest while maintaining a partnership with the environment’s natural contours. It blends beautiful landscapes with challenging terrain. As a result, few golf courses in the world can match the rugged majesty of this national treasure.

Harbour Town

Harbour Town Golf Links remains one of the most revered courses in the world. Home to the annual RBC Heritage, South Carolina’s only PGA TOUR event, this distinguished course places a premium on finesse, imagination and shot making, rather than strength. Put your game to the ultimate test against a collection of par threes, ranked among the world’s finest, and a par four 18th hole that is one of the most recognizable holes in all of golf.

Karsten Creek

This highly respected college golf course in Oklahoma is known as the destination for developing collegiate golf athletes. Designed by Tom Fazio, it is home to the 11-time national champion Cowboy golf program.

The course stretches over 7,400 yards (6,800 m) with bent-grass greens and zoysia fairways that wind through native blackjack oak trees. 110-acre Lake Louise comes into play on many holes, with the greens lying just a few yards away from the water on some occasions.

Links at Perry Cabin

Designed by legendary golf architect Pete Dye, the Links at Perry Cabin plays through stunning topography and vistas of Maryland’s iconic Eastern shore.

Majestic trees, bunkers, and distinctive water features finish with unforgettable finishing stretches of the glorious Chesapeake Bay. This golf course is exciting because it incorporates all the mysterious things that Pete does.


This beautiful Top 100 Course is a private country club in Medinah, Illinois. Widely known for Course 3, it has hosted five major championships to date: three U.S. Opens (1949, 1975, 1990) and two PGA Championships (1999, 2006), as well as the Ryder Cup in 2012.

Kauri Cliffs

Like Cape Kidnappers 400 miles to the southeast, Kauri Cliffs occupies an old sheep ranch atop an ocean-front plateau laced with canyons. Unlike Kidnappers, the 2000 layout by Dave Harman of Orlando, has hills of native rough, stands of fern and more forced carries over gorges. The topography allowed Harman to string the seventh and eighth and 14th through 17th holes parallel to the edge of the Pacific, although several hundred feet above it.

Monument at Troon North

Troon North stands as a hallmark of the Scottsdale desert golf experience. Giant granite boulders strewn across the rugged landscape of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, delivers the visual sensation of desert landscape.

Revered as Scottsdale’s crown jewel, the challenge and special ambiance of the Monument Course sets the standard by which all other courses are measured. The immaculately groomed fairways, bent grass greens and exceptional customer service create the renowned Troon Golf Experience.

Pinnacle at Troon North

Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Phil Smith, Pinnacle at Troon North represents a stunning golf experience blended into the Arizona desert. Natural beauty abounds this “GOLF Magazine Top 25 Course’ with steep arroyos, natural washes, forests of saguaros and desert foliage.

Portions of some fairways are hidden behind boulders and hills. Huge greens surrounded by large bunkers and sloping terrain challenge golfers on every approach shot.

Muskoka Bay

Rocky cliffs, deep valleys, scenic wetlands and dense woods converge to deliver the sensory delight and golf masterpiece known as Muskoka Bay.

This Top 10 Course in Canada challenges golfer confidence and ability while delivering nail-biting suspense. Forced carries and layups demand thought provoking shot strategy and your best effort for a great score. Expect frequent moments of drama as ragged bunkers, undulating fairways and beautiful green complexes compete for your ball and emotions.

Rich Harvest Farms

After opening in 1999, Rich Harvest Farms quickly became a premiere golfing destination. It consistently attracts prestigious amateur and professional tournaments, including the 2009 Solheim Cup.

When opened, Rich Harvest Farms was rated the 5th Best New Private Golf Course by Golf Digest. Three years later, Golf Digest placed the course on “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses,” where it remains to this day.


The Spyglass Hill Golf Course located on the Monterey Peninsula, California, is part of the Pebble Beach Resort. If often ranks as high as #5 by Golf Digest, and constantly makes Golf Digest’s “America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” list.

Spyglass has been in the rotation for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, a tournament on the West Coast Swing of the PGA Tour, since 1967.

Wooden Sticks

Architect Mr. Ron Garl and his team worked diligently to ensure that every aspect of the golf experience reflects the spirit found in some of today’s most famous golf holes. 12 of the 18 holes at Wooden Sticks were each inspired by a different famous golf hole from the PGA Tour, including Augusta and TPC Sawgrass.

Kettle Creek

This great beginner course is fantastic for learning the game of golf and building player confidence. Juniors love its forgiving nature and it’s a real confidence booster for accomplished golfers. Kettle Creek is a great course for everyone to enjoy!

Championship Legends

HD routed legendary golf holes from famous courses into this 18-hole delight. Travel the world in 1-round while experiencing the finest golf can offer!

Championship Favorites

We brought together 18 PGA-Tour quality fan favorites just for you! Grab some buddies and challenge this HD course. Every hole is spectacular and it will surely become your favorite too!

Global Executive

Play 18 thrilling par-3s in a row to improve your short game or inspire new golfers. This great selection of famous golf holes from around the world is so fun, golfers of all skill will love it!

World Executive

Short on time but want to play the best? Visit the HD World Executive. We selected and proudly present some of the world’s finest par-3s to you. Challenge yourself and welcome new golfers to the sport on a course designed to deliver fun and excitement.