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We offer over 100 virtual golf courses and mini games from E6 CONNECT that will be a challenge for a golfer of any skill level. E6 CONNECT is the highest-quality, most lifelike and customizable golf simulator software ever created. See the courses we have available for play listed below.

We offer over 100 virtual golf courses and mini games from E6 CONNECT that will be a challenge for a golfer of any skill level. E6 CONNECT is the highest-quality, most lifelike and customizable golf simulator software ever created. See the courses we have available for play listed below.


Pebble Beach® Golf Links

Par 72-7040 Yards
It can be argued that there is no course more famous than Pebble Beach®. With its spectacular views of the ocean, this course has more “signature holes” than most any course, whether you’re walking with the Pacific Ocean on your left side on the 18th hole or driving from the elevated tee box on the 7th hole.

Golf Courses A to E

Asiana Country Club
Par 72 – 7453 Yards
Located in the hills of Yongin, South Korea, Asiana Country Club was designed by Ronald Fream and is owned by Asiana Airlines. Each hole features two greens and can play very differently depending on the pin location selected that round.

Atunyote Golf Club at Turning Stone
Par 72 – 7315 Yards
This Tom Fazio design hosted the 2006 PGA Professional National Championship and the BC Open. The parkland setting of Atunyote features vast stretches of open space, gently rolling hills, a stream of small waterfalls, and several lakes.

Auburn Grand National Links
Par 71 – 6938 Yards
The Links Course at Auburn Grand National is one of the finest golf courses in the South. Built in 1992, it has been ranked as one of the best courses in Alabama. Grand National is part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and, by all reports, was the single greatest site for a golf complex that Robert Trent Jones, Sr. had ever seen.

Aviara Golf Club & Resort
Par 72 – 7007 Yards
Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California offers championship golf, world-class accommodations, and perfect coastal weather. This is the only coastal golf course that was designed by Arnold Palmer and has been home to the LPGA’s “Kia Classic.” It has been rated as one of the “Best In State,” for California and was ranked as the #1 Course in San Diego.

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
Par 72 – 6732 Yards
Designed by David McLay Kidd and opened for play in 1999, Bandon Dunes was described by Golf Week as “a cross between Pebble Beach and Carnoustie – with a pinch of Pine Valley for good measure.” The course features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean on nearly every hole and has been rated as one of the best courses in America. Golf Digest said that “Bandon Dunes is the greatest pure golf experience in the world. Period.”

Banff Springs Golf Course
Par 71 – 6938 Yards
Banff Springs Resort is located in the majestic mountain town of Banff in Alberta, Canada. This charming place is renowned for its panoramic beauty, incredible skiing, a unique film festival, and its world-class golf course. The original 18-hole course was built in 1928 by Stanley Thompson, one of Canada’s most famous course architects.

Barton Creek – Fazio Foothills
Par 72 – 7125 Yards
Fazio Foothills is located in Austin, Texas and is considered to be one of the finest courses in the American Southwest. The course is one of Tom Fazio’s crowning achievements with its mixture of dramatic views, brilliant layout, and natural limestone caves as backgrounds. The course was opened for play in 1986 and was renovated in 2004. Holes 4, 9, 10, 12, 16, and 18 have been ranked as some of the most beautiful holes in Texas.

Bay Hill Club & Lodge
Par 72 – 7381 Yards
Bay Hill Club and Lodge is an 18-hole golf course that was opened in 1961 and was home to golfing legend Arnold Palmer and his eponymous PGA Event, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Palmer took ownership of Bay Hill in 1975 and it has been considered one of the top golf resort destinations in America ever since.

The Belfry Golf Course
Par 72 – 7253 Yards
This private club in Wishaw, Warwickshire, England has hosted four Ryder Cups and several European Tour events. Known for being uniquely challenging, this course has hard running fairways, undulating greens, and severe run-offs.

Bethpage State Park: Black Course
Par 71 – 7468 Yards
Designed by A.W. Tillinghast, Bethpage Black is widely considered to be the architect’s finest work. With narrow fairways, long rough, and well-placed bunkers, this course is as beautiful as it is challenging. In 2002, Bethpage Black became the first publicly owned and operated golf course to host the U.S. Open.

Bighorn – Canyons Course
Par 72 – 7000 Yards
Set against a desert landscape with majestic mountain vistas, the Tom Fazio-designed Canyons Course extends an open invitation to an unforgettable experience.

Bighorn – Mountains Course
Par 72 – 6904 Yards
Bighorn’s stunning terrain and history-making tournament play have made the Arthur Hills-designed mountain course one of golf’s most legendary 18s.

Bountiful Ridge Golf Course
Par 71 – 6545 Yards
In a small suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah is one of the best municipal courses in America. Bountiful Golf Club is known for its excellent condition and superb value. This mountain course offers panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley, dramatic elevation changes, and exquisite golf for less than $50. The course was designed by William H. Neff, a prominent figure in Utah Golf.

Bryan Bros Skill Shot Challenge
Par 54 – 2819 Yards
Now is your chance to connect with famed Trick Shot Artists, the Bryan Bros! This course will help you develop every shot in the bag. Learn to Cut, Fade, Draw, Flop, Punch and Hook your way around this non-traditional course. Inspired by the trick shot duo’s unbelievable videos, the Bryan Bros Skill Shot Challenge is a first-of-its-kind technology partnership, helping users develop an entirely new set of golf skills.

Cambrian Ridge
Par 72 – 6200 Yards
Cambrian Ridge is located in Greenville, Alabama and is arguably the most beautiful stop on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The course has been featured on a number of Golf Digest’s “Best Of” lists and is lauded for its gently rolling fairways and cathedral like pines.

Cabo del Sol: Ocean Course
Par 72 – 7091 Yards
Cabo Del Sol: The Ocean Course is poised against a magnificent backdrop of the brilliantly beautiful Sea of Cortez. The sea is sharply contrasted by the golden shores and beautiful green turf. While primarily known for its beauty, its designer Jack Nicklaus believes Cabo Del Sol to have the “three finest finishing holes in all of golf.” It opened for business in 1994 and has been ranked by Golf Digest as one of the Best Courses in Mexico.

Castle Pines Golf Club
Par 72 – 7559 Yards
Located in Castle Rock, Colorado, Castle Pines was designed to follow the natural contour of the land and complement the densely wooded area it was built in. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1986 and has an elevation of 6,300 feet above sea level.

Chateau Whistler Golf Club
Par 71 – 6722 Yards
Chateau Whistler was built in 1983 and was the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Canada. This intricately designed course is set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. The course was built around nine lakes that are fed by two winding creeks, making wildlife abundant around the course.

Cog Hill Country Club
Cog Hill Golf and Country Club is a Midwestern masterpiece. Located 30 miles outside of Chicago, Illinois, this track features word-class design that will test golfers of any skill level. The course was originally owned and operated by three brothers, John, Martin, and Bert Coghill. It was opened for business on July 4th, 1927.

Covered Bridge Golf Club
Par 72 – 7068 Yards
Out among the farms and subdivision and nestled at the foot of Floyds Knobs, Covered Bridge Golf Course is a totally picturesque 18-hole public golf course. The course was designed by two-time Major Champion and winner of the Bob Jones Award, Fuzzy Zoeller. It is considered by many to be Fuzzy’s most engaging and beautiful course design.

Devil’s Island
Par 72 – 6666 Yards
Golfers be warned, this golf course is not for the faint of heart. Experience one of the most dastardly designed courses in all of the world with the fictional Devil’s Island.

Dorado Beach Resort & Club
Par 72 – 7030 Yards
This “must-play” Caribbean golf course runs through lush jungle and oceanfront coconut groves, challenging golfers of all skill levels. The course was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. who reshaped and lengthened the course by nearly 700 yards. Dorado Beach was voted by Golf Digest to be one of the Top 100 Best Courses Outside the United States.

Emerald Dunes Club
Par 72 – 7218 Yards
Emerald Dunes Golf Club is minutes away from Palm Beach and is a sanctuary for those who respect and cherish the game. Designed by Tom Fazio, the course was voted as one of the Best Courses in Florida by Golf Digest.

Entrada at Snow Canyon
Par 71 – 7062 Yards
Welcome to Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club, a private course located in St. George, Utah. The course combines the intricate design of Johnny Miller and Fred Bliss with the stunning landscape of the southwestern United States. The varied terrain and dramatic vistas make it one of the most exciting golf courses in the country.

Golf Courses F to J

Firestone Country Club
Par 70 – 7400 Yards
Located in Akron, Ohio, Firestone Country Club was established as a generous perk from Harvey Firestone to his employees. This 7,283-yard par 70 course’s 16th hole was nicknamed “The Monster” by Arnold Palmer after The King scored a triple bogey on it. The course was home to the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

Frankfurter Golf Club
Par 71 – 6632 Yards
The Frankfurter Golf Club is located 10 minutes outside of Frankfurt’s city boundaries in a dense and secluded forest. The course is known for its tree-lined fairways and a lovely view of the Frankfurt skyline at the 18th hole. The golf club itself is one of the oldest in Germany, being founded as a 9-hole course in 1913.

The Gallery Golf Club
Par 72 – 7384 Yards
The Gallery’s North Course was designed by John Fought and British Open Champion and 2006 Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman. Gallery North was ranked #1 in Southwest Arizona by Golf Digest and is acknowledged as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 Modern Courses.

Gleneagles – The Centenary Course
Par 71 – 6938 Yards
The PGA Centenary Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and was opened for play in 1993. Nicklaus said that, “it’s the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with.” Originally known as the “Monarch,” the PGA Centenary Course is the longest inland course in Scotland. Gleneagles Golf Club hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, as well as the Curtis Cup and the Scottish Open.

Glenwild Golf Club & Spa
Par 72 – 7564 Yards
Set in a meadow valley north of Park City, Utah, this Tom Fazio-designed mountain course offers an excellent variety of holes and strong Par 3’s that challenge scratch golfers without overwhelming casual players. With dynamic elevation changes, panoramic views of the Wasatch range and far rough that frames holes with native sagebrush, aspen and flowering purple flax, Glenwild Golf Club is a true aesthetic gem.

Goat Hill Park Golf Club
Par 65 – 4582 Yards
Originally built in 1952 as a regulation length 9 hole par 36 layout, Center City Golf Course was the first golf course in San Diego county. The course was redesigned in the early 90’s by Ludwig Keehn into an 18 hole short course and became known as “Goat Hill” to locals. It is loved for its ocean views, fresh breeze, authentic atmosphere, and raw golf feel. Quite simply, you will have a hard time finding a more challenging short course with as many unique holes anywhere in the country.

The Golf Club of Houston
Par 72 – 7425 Yards
The Golf Club of Houston, home of the Shell Houston Open, was designed by Rees Jones and David Toms. It is celebrated for its finely groomed fairways and well-engineered greens. The Tournament Course at Golf Club of Houston is one of only 11 public courses that hosts a PGA Tour event.

Grand Country Club
Par 72 – 7140 Yards
Located in the heart of South Korea, Grand Country Club lies between the Noryeong Mountains to the north and the Sobaek Mountains to the east. The course features wide fairways and five lakes spread over gently rolling terrain.

The Greenbrier – The Old White Golf Course
Par 72 – 7292 Yards
The Old White is the first 18-hole golf course at The Greenbrier. The course was designed by Charles Blair Macdonald and opened for play in 1914. A legend of golf history at The Greenbrier, the course was named for the well known Old White Hotel, which stood on the grounds from 1858 through 1922.

Greywolf Golf Course
Par 72 – 7140 Yards
Greywolf Golf Course is known for its dramatic elevation changes, beautiful scenery, and its signature hole Cliffhanger. This course will challenge, excite, and reward golfers of any skill level and is considered a “must-play” for serious golfers. It was designed by Doug Carrick, a fixture of Canadian golf architecture. Carrick’s philosophy while building Greywolf was to “let the land dictate the routing of the holes.” It was ranked in Golf Digest’s “Top 100 Courses Outside of the US.”

Golf Resort Kunětická Hora
Par 72 – 7291 Yards
The championship 18-hole course overlooking the local viewing point, Kunětická hora Mountain, is the work of the world-famous Australian architect Graham Marsh. Its sophisticated design, with wide fairways, thick roughs and numerous bunkers, will challenge all golfers. Six of the holes span three lakes. In the complex there is also a 4-kilometre long track for in-line skating. It was opened in 2007.

Hapuna Golf Course
Par 72 – 6875 Yards
This Arnold Palmer design is known for its rugged desert terrain, dramatic elevation changes, and spectacular ocean views. The course plays along the stunning Kohala Coast and is considered a hidden gem.

Club at Hokuli’a
Par 72 – 7149 Yards
Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 2002, Hokuli’a is generous off the first tee but will test your iron game with demanding approach shots. Open year round, this oceanside club was designed to provide a sheltered climate from coastal breezes, with each hole featuring a dramatic view of the Pacific Ocean. It is the only private oceanside golf course located on the Big Island.

Harbour Town – Hilton Head Island
Par 71 – 6973 Yards
Harbour Town is located in Hilton Head, South Carolina. The course hosts the RBC Heritage, the first tournament following The Masters. It is known for its narrow fairways, pines, palmettos, oaks, and meticulously placed dark lagoons. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and Peter Dye in 1969 and has been voted as one of the “Top 10 PGA Tour Courses,” by Golf Digest.

Holtsmark Golf Club
Par 72 – 9306 Yards
Holtsmark Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones II design, features tree-lined fairways, steep valleys, and five feature Par 3s. The course is considered to be one of the finest in Norway, and provides challenge, excitement, and an unforgettable golf experience.

Innisbrook Copperhead
Par 71 – 7209 Yards
Located in Palm Harbor, Florida, Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club is home to the Valspar Championship. The course was ranked in the “Top 100 You Can Play” by Golf Magazine and “Top 75 Golf Resorts in America” by Golf Digest. Innisbrook was designed by renowned landscape architect Larry Packard.

Jeremy Ranch Golf and Country Club
Par 72 – 7453 Yards
Nestled in Upper East Canyon of the Wasatch Mountains near Park City, Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club is the only Arnold Palmer Signature Course in Utah. Jeremy Ranch hosted the Senior PGA Tour Event, The Shootout at Jeremy Ranch from 1982 – 1992.

The Judge at Capitol Hill
Par 72 – 7794 Yards
Located in Pratville, Alabama, Capitol Hill is one of the most popular sites on the Trail and it continues to get praises from golfers and golf writers alike. Golf Magazine called the Judge course one of the 10 public courses in America worthy of hosting the U.S. Open and the Zagat Survey of America’s Top Golf Courses and ranked it among the top 50 courses in America.

Junior Challenge Course
Par 72 – 7794 Yards
An 18-hole course built specifically for younger players and shorter hitters, the Junior Challenge Course is the ideal size to play to par. With exciting course objects and terrain features to entertain and motivate, this course is fun for the entire family to play together.

Golf Courses K to O

Kapalua Golf Club – Bay Course
Par 72 – 6600 Yards
The Bay Course at Kapalua is as challenging as it is beautiful. It has hosted PGA and LPGA tour events and was where Greg Norman secured his first victory on American soil. The Bay Course opened in 1975 and its world-class design has challenged golfers and withstood the test of time and technology.

Kapalua Golf Club – Plantation Course
Par 73 – 7411 Yards
The Plantation Course is located on the island of Maui and features dramatic elevation changes, plenty of downhill tee shots, and some of the finest views in all of golf. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the course captures the unique beauty of the island of Maui and features an ocean view on nearly every hole. Since 1999, the Plantation Course has been home to the PGA Tournament of Champions event.

Kapalua Golf Club – Village Course
Par 70 – 6378 Yards
The Village Course at Kapalua is a now-defunct course in Maui, Hawaii. The course was closed in 2007, and visitors and locals alike have fond memories of this Palmer-designed ocean track. The Village Course at Kapalua was known for its gently rolling fairways and generous greens – features that perfectly captured Palmer’s unique sense of design.

Kauri Cliffs Golf Club
Par 72 – 6510 Yards
Known for its stunning views, Kauri Cliffs offers several holes with scenic views of the ocean. The course is set amidst 6,000 pristine acres and was renovated by Rees Jones. It has hosted several notable events, including the Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf match.

Kiawah Ocean Course
Par 72 – 7356 Yards
The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island is a Pete Dye design with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course was home of the 1991 Ryder Cup, known as the “War by the Shore.” This course has been celebrated by publications since its opening and has been featured on the “Best Course You Can Play” and “Best Public Course in the U.S.” lists from Golf Digest.

King and Bear Course
Par 72 – 7279 Yards
This course, co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, is set among pristine lakes, loblolly pines, and has attracted golfers from around the world. The stately oak trees provide the character and charm players have come to expect from courses in northern Florida, with the design elements players have come to expect from both Nicklaus and Palmer.

Kuala Lumpur West
Par 72 – 6959 Yards
Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club is home to PGA and LPGA tournaments and is thought to be the best course in Malaysia. The intricate design of the course provides a number of risk and reward holes, cannot be overpowered, and always rewards good ball strikers.

Lakeside Golf Course
Par 71 – 6113 Yards
Located just 15 minutes north of downtown Salt Lake City, Lakeside Golf Course opened for play in 1966 and has been a hit ever since. Stretching to over 6,000 yards, this Par 71 blue grass course is ready to challenge your skills.

Latrobe Country Club
Par 72 – 6517 Yards
One hour southeast of Pittsburgh is Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The small township is known for its idyllic views and being the hometown of golf legend Arnold Palmer. The world-class and creative golf course was improved and redesigned by The King, whose legend can be traced all the way back to the course’s creation. When the course was being constructed in 1921, a young man named Milford Deacon Palmer was helping build the country club. This was Arnold Palmer’s father. Arnold Palmer purchased Latrobe Country Club in 1971.

Le Grand George Golf Course
Par 72 – 6540 Yards
Le Grand George is built on a pristine, natural peninsula located between the Gwaing River and the Indian Ocean. This seaside links course is considered by many to be Greg Norman’s greatest achievement. Greg Norman began designing golf courses in 1987 and had to wait 17 years before bringing his unique and sustainable design sensibilities to South Africa.

Le Sorcier Golf Club
Par 71 – 6226 Yards
Set amidst the Victorian architecture and renowned museums, Le Sorcier is located 15 minutes from Ottawa and can be best described as “simply magical.” The course is described as “uniquely challenging” and a hidden gem. This mountain course features dramatic elevation changes, elevated greens, and promises that no two holes are alike.

Loch Lomond Golf Club
Par 71 – 6492 Yards
Nestled on the banks of Loch Lomond and only 25 minutes away from Glasgow, Loch Lomond Golf Club is known for its history, hospitality, and world-class golf. The course was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, who were later praised for their heavy use of natural hazards like streams and marshlands. The course was home to the Scottish Open for a number of years.

Losby Golfklubb
Par 72 – 7045 Yards
Losby Golf and Country Club is located 20 minutes outside of Oslo, Norway, and plays alongside the River Losby. This Norwegian course was designed by Peter Nordwall. The signature hole, “Finnland,” is a short 336 yard par four. The River Losby runs down the right side of the fairway and cuts in front of the green, making both the tee shot and approach shot difficult.

Mauna Kea Golf Course
Par 72 – 7370 Yards
Mauna Kea opened in 1964 and has hosted golfers year round ever since. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, the beauty of the course is only rivaled by its intricate architecture and design. If you’re looking for breathtaking ocean views, challenging golf, and perfect weather, look no further than Mauna Kea.

Mauna Lani Bay – South Course
Par 72 – 6938 Yards
Mauna Lani features championship golf and one of the most photographed over-the-water holes in golf, ever. This Hawaiian gem features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and will test every club in your bag.

Navajo Hills Country Club
Par 72 – 6829 Yards
Navajo Hills was a semi-private course in Palos Heights, Illinois until 1959 when it was purchased for Trinity Christian College. As part of the school’s 60-year diamond celebration, the course has been rebuilt using historical photos and the descriptions of Chick Evans in the June 10, 1956 issue of the Chicago Sun-Times. The blue tees are set to the original yardages.

New South Wales Golf Club
Par 72 – 6829 Yards
Designed by Alister MacKenzie, New South Wales embodies the spirit of golf. With undulating fairways and small greens, this course has been ranked the 1st greatest golf course outside the United States and United Kingdom.

Oslo Golf Club
Par 71 – 6300 Yards
The Oslo Golf Club began as a 9-hole course on the southern shore of Lake Bogstad and has since transformed to the 18-hole championship track golfers know and love today. The course is a regular venue for Ladies European Tour Events, the Norwegian masters, and annually ranks in the Top 10 Best Courses in Norway. It has been in continuous operation since its founding, with the exception of World War II, when the land was used to farm potatoes.

Owl Creek Golf Club and Resort
Par 72 – 6462 Yards
Experience Owl Creek Golf Club and Resort with E6 CONNECT. This fictional parkland-style golf course is sure to become a favorite!

Golf Courses P to T

Pacific Dunes Golf Resort
Par 71 – 6633 Yards
Designed by Tom Doak, Pacific Dunes is remarkably different in character and shot making requirements than Bandon Dunes. Pacific Dunes was rated in the “Top 100 Public Golf Courses” by Golf Digest and is one of the greatest pure golf experiences in the world.

Pacific Rim Country Club
Par 72 – 7000 Yards
Pacific Rim draws inspiration for all of its 18 holes from some of the most famous designs in golf. This 18-hole course serves as a masterclass in golf course architecture, complete with stunning views and lush planting.

Panther Lake
Par 72 – 7350 Yards
Play over rolling meadows and through native pines, over lakes and wetlands at Panther Lake in Orlando, Florida. The course is widely regarded for its delightful visuals and strategic combination of natural and man-made beauty. It offers some of the best examples of the wildlife and beauty that is native to Orlando.

Paradise Palms Golf Course
Par 72 – 7209 Yards
Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club is one of Australia’s best and most challenging courses, and offers a combination of blanketing fairways, winding creeks, six lakes, narrow rolling greens, and 94 bunkers. This 18-hole golf course was ranked in the Top 50 Public Courses in Australia by Golf Digest.

Par 3 Ocean Course
Par 54 – 2153 Yards
Par 3 Ocean is a fantasy course, designed for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy. The course was designed by Lanny Nielsen who has been a PGA Professional for 50 years.

Pelican Hill Golf Club
Par 71 – 6945 Yards
Pelican Hill Golf Club, designed by Tom Fazio, is located in Newport, California. The course offers stunning ocean views and championship-level golf. This coastal gem is located in the home of Humphrey Bogart and John Wayne and is widely considered to be the best golf course in Orange County. Pelican Hill Golf Club encompasses 400 acres, 80 of which are protected habitat. The course features a new, environmentally-friendly water management system based on conservation and recycling.

Champions Course at PGA National
Par 72 – 7045 Yards
PGA National is one of the toughest courses regularly played on the PGA Tour. The “Bear Trap,” a 3-hole stretch including 15, 16, and 17, was named in honor of Jack Nicklaus, who said, “it should all be won or lost here.” Nicklaus believes that, “even if golf balls went for a thousand yards, the Bear Trap will stand the test, no matter what the equipment is.”

Phoenix Country Club
Par 71 – 6763 Yards
Located in Miyazaki, Japan, the Phoenix Country Club is heralded for its challenging play and serene surroundings. The course opened in 1971 and was designed by Gokichi Ohashi.

Pine Canyon Golf Club
Par 72 – 7272 Yards
Pine Canyon packs the “wow” factor for any golfer who thinks they have seen it all. Opened in 1994 and designed by Jay Morrish, the course is lined with beautiful Ponderosa Pines and dramatic features that are in play throughout the course. It is one of the most exclusive private clubs and golf communities in Arizona.

Pinehurst No. 2
Par 72 – 7274 Yards
Pinehurst No. 2 opened in 1907 and was designed by famed architect Donald Ross. Ross later said that No. 2 was, “the fairest test of championship golf I have ever designed.” This course has hosted more single golf championships than any other course in America.

Pinehurst No. 8
Par 72 – 7092 Yards
Pinehurst No. 8 opened in 1996 to commemorate Pinehurst’s Centennial. Fazio incorporated signature Ross features into the design of No. 8, including dips and swales around the greens, sloping greens, and false fronts. As the site of the PGA Club Pro Championship in 1997 and 1998, it is a proven championship course that daunts and delights all who play it.

Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links
Par 72 – 6514 Yards
Experience the Links Portmarnock, a traditional links-style course on the rugged shores of Ireland. Located minutes away from downtown Dublin, the course was built on the grounds of the Jameson Estate of St. Marnocks. The course was designed by Bernhard Langer and Stan Eby and has hosted both professional and amateur events.

Prairie Dunes Country Club
Par 72 – 6759 Yards
Near Hutchinson, Kansas is a world-renowned course with a style of play that belies its location. Prairie Dunes Country Club, a links-style golf course located in the middle of America, will rival the best tracks of the British Isles. It was opened in 1937, and has been widely considered one the best courses in the world ever since.

Princeville Golf Course
Par 72 – 7164 Yards
The Princeville Makai Golf Course was the first ever solo design by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The course was rated in the Top 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses in America by Golf Digest and ranked the 3rd Best Golf Course in Hawaii by Golf Week.

Quarry Ridge Golf Course
Par 72 – 6389 Yards
Quarry Ridge Golf Course sits high on a hill with views of the Connecticut River, tremendous ledge outcroppings, and the Meshomasic State Forest, making Quarry Ridge an 18-hole golf course in one of the most spectacular settings you will find anywhere.

Raven Golf Club
Par 72 – 6722 Yards
Designed by Gary Panks and David Graham, Raven Golf Club has been ranked as one of the best publicly owned golf courses in the country. Built in 1995, the course is known for its multi-tiered greens and its 6,000 Georgia pine trees.

Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Par 72 – 6645 Yards
Founded by Sir James McBain in 1895 and designed by Alister Mackenzie, Royal Melbourne is a 36-hole championship golf facility in Black Rock, Victoria. Known for its dramatic undulation, fertile soil, and natural appearance, the West Course highlights the natural beauty of Melbourne.

Royal Troon Golf Club
Par 71 – 7208 Yards
Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts, Royal Troon Golf Club soon outgrew its purely local reputation. Now, you have the chance to experience what many consider to be the most demanding course on the Open Championship rota with E6 CONNECT. The Old Course has hosted the Open Championship 9 times, most recently in 2016.

The Sanctuary Golf Club
Par 72 – 7044 Yards
Just outside of Denver, Colorado is one of the most exclusive golf courses on the planet. Sanctuary Golf Course was founded and built in 1997 by RE/MAX founder and co-founder, Dave and Gail Liniger. It was designed by Jim Engh and was declared as “The USA’s Best New Private Courses” by Golf Digest when it was opened. Play is limited to approximately 20 charity events per year – and rounds are auctioned off.

Sand Ridge Golf Club
Par 72 – 7215 Yards
Situated in the western foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Sand Ridge features gently rolling countryside, dramatic elevation changes, unique wetlands, and a plentiful mix of mature hardwoods. Sand Ridge was the first course in Ohio certified as an Audubon International Signature Wildlife Sanctuary. The course has hosted numerous qualifiers, including the U.S. Open, the Senior and Junior Amateur, and the NCAA Division I Men’s Regional Qualifier.

Scottsdale North
Par 71 – 7115 Yards
Fantasy Golf Course.

Sea Island Seaside Course
Par 72 – 6883 Yards
The Seaside Course at Sea Island Resort is home to the RSM Classic, and is a must-play for any serious golfer. Seaside is a links-style course that features ocean views and complex greens. This challenging course rewards players who carefully select their shots and who have the ability to recover as they wind through the marsh and forest.

Silver Lakes
Par 72 – 7622 Yards
Surrounded by the Appalachian foothills, Silver Lakes is part of the famed Robert Trent Jones Trail. The Heartbreaker, Backbreaker, and Mindbreaker courses provide challenging and scenic varieties of holes to play.

Skeleton Coast
Par 72 – 7596 Yards
This fantasy golf course was designed to challenge, test, and delight golfers of all skill levels. The unique design of Skeleton Coast is like nothing you have ever played before.

Stone Canyon Golf Club
Par 72 – 7300 Yards
Stone Canyon, situated in the Oro Valley outside of Tuscon, is as stunning as it is creative. “It’s the most remarkable desert site I’ve ever seen,” Jay Morrish, the course designer said. “None of the others are in the same league with Stone Canyon.” Even this ringing endorsement does not do Stone Canyon Golf Course justice. From the rock formations to the picturesque view of the Tortolia Mountains, Stone Canyon is a masterpiece of golf and landscape design.

Superstition Mountain
Located in Golf Canyon, Arizona, Superstition Mountain: The Prospector Course is praised as being one of the most spectacular and dramatic golf courses in the Southwest. Tom Weiskopf, winner of 16 PGA Tour Titles once said, “Of all the majors around the world that I’ve played in, these are the finest surfaces I’ve ever played on,” about Superstition Mountain. The course was opened for play in 1998.

Taichung International Country Club
Par 72 – 7118 Yards
Located in the western mountains of Taiwan, Taichung International Golf and Country Club is one of the most pristine golf courses in the world. It is the only golf course in Taichung City and has hosted many prestigous golfing events. This championship golf course is not only beautiful, but will challenge players of all levels.

Tazegzout Golf Course
Par 72 – 6730 Yards
Visitors come from all around the world to explore and experience world-class fishing, surfing, and golf. Welcome to Taghazout, home of Tazegzout Golf Course. The course was designed by Kyle Phillips and nearly every hole on the course has a view of the Atlantic Ocean.

Three Canyons
Par 72 – 6699 Yards
This fictional golf course balances desert terrain and green grass for a stunning golf experience. Complete with challenging holes and unique architecture, Three Canyons is sure to become a favorite.

Thanksgiving Point Golf Course
Par 72 – 7714 Yards
This championship-caliber course was designed by Johnny Miller and is 7,714 yards long, covering more than 200 acres. It has been called a “hidden gem,” and was voted in the Top Ten new courses in the country when it opened. It has hosted the Utah Championship, a Web Dot Com event.

Tribute at the Otsego Club
Par 72 – 7002 Yards
Otsego Club & Resort was founded in 1939 and is the oldest continuously operating private ski club in America. It is part of the 1,000-acre property that encompasses downhill skiing, a luxury spa, and championship golf. The Tribute gets its name from course designer Gary Koch and owner Keith Gornick. Both lost their fathers, and they decided to dedicate “The Tribute” to honor both men.

Torrey Pines Golf Course
Par 72 – 7607 Yards
In La Jolla, California is one of the most esteemed municipal golf courses in the world. Torrey Pines is a 36-hole facility, owned and operated by the city of San Diego. The facility was opened in 1957 and was built on the site of Camp Callan, an Army installation during World War II. The course was named for a rare tree that only grows along the stretch of coast in San Diego and Santa Rosa.

Troon North – Monument Course
Par 71 – 7025 Yards
Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts, Royal Troon Golf Club soon outgrew its purely local reputation. Now, you have the chance to experience what many consider to be the most demanding course on the Open Championship rota with E6 CONNECT. The Old Course has hosted the Open Championship 9 times, most recently in 2016.

Golf Courses U to Z

Valderrama Golf Club
Par 71 – 6990 Yards
Valderrama Golf Club has been called “The Augusta of Europe.” It was home of the 1997 Ryder Cup, the first time the contest was held in continental Europe. The European team won by a margin of 14 ½ to 13 ½. This Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design offers narrow fairways and framed cork trees that were meticulously placed. The 17th hole was infamously toughened by Seve Ballesteros.

Wade Hampton Golf Club
Par 72 – 7302 Yards
Located in Cashiers, North Carolina, beneath the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains, Wade Hampton is considered by most serious golfers to be an outstanding example of golf course design. The course balances new ideas and old traditions to create an always unique and extremely challenging round of golf. The course’s design never belies the surrounding beauty of Cashiers. The result is seamless imbrications of man-made and natural beauty and an outstanding round of golf.

Westfields Golf Club
Par 72 – 6635 Yards
Westfields Golf Club was designed by Hall of Fame golfer Fred Couples and is one of the most highly-awarded public golf courses in the United States. The course plays through natural wetlands, beech trees, oak trees, and rolling hills, making it a challenge and pleasure for golfers of all skill levels.

Wolf Peak
Par 58 – 3901 Yards
Wolf Peak – Par 3 Mountain features an incredible blend of mountain scenery. This fantasy course is an enjoyable excursion for professional and amateur golfers alike. The course was designed by Lanny Nielsen, who draws inspiration from Arnold Palmer. The bluff on hole 4 was based on Scott’s Bluff National Monument in Nebraska.

Yellowstone Golf Course
Par 72 – 6316 Yards
The Yellowstone Club is a private residential club, ski resort, and golf resort located in the state of Montana, USA. This Tom Weiskopf-designed course is one of the most breathtaking mountain golf course experiences in the world.

Mini Games

Par 12 – 500 Yards
All Players begin with 301 Points and must hit targets to subtract the value of the portion of the target they hit from their score. First individual to Zero Wins. If a player subtracts too many points from their score, they return to 51 Points.

Battle Stations
Par 12 – 500 Yards
Your city is under attack and it’s up to you to defend it! Launch shots from your battle station to hit enemy ships and choppers before they can fire at your city and deduct points from your score. One hit will destroy choppers, submarines and mines. Ships must be hit twice, with the first strike crippling them and the second blowing them out of the water!

Par 12 – 500 Yards
The targets are split between Stripes and Solids. Teams try to hit their targets in the fewest number of shots. Once you have cleared your targets, sink the 8 Ball to win!

Par 12 – 500 Yards
Every target on the range is open for teams to claim. Teams claim a target with their team color by hitting the target. Teams that have the most active targets when all shots have run out win. During your turn, you can either claim a new target with your Team Colors or take back one of your opponent’s targets.

Par 12 – 500 Yards
The Carnival Range has lots of close targets to blow up…perfect for kids and beginners! The number next to each target indicates its distance from the tee and the points earned by hitting it. For maximum points, hit the CARNIVAL letters—the more you hit, the more points you earn!

Demolition Driving Range
Par 12 – 500 Yards
On the Demolition Driving Range, you don’t just hit targets…you blow ‘em up! The number next to each target indicates its distance from the tee and the points earned by hitting it. The pirate can be hit twice. Earn at least 200 points to get a bonus shot at the Ring of Fire!

Par 12 – 500 Yards
Ancient paintings on the walls of the great Pyramids depict epic contests with Egyptian warriors testing their accuracy with the spear (henyet). Champions earned the honor of serving as personal protectors to the great Pharaohs… and, legend has it, received free lifetime memberships to the finest Country Clubs throughout the Empire.

High Score
Par 12 – 500 Yards
Any target on the range is open for points. Users simply take aim and see how many points they can get! The closer a shot is hit to the center of the green the more points you earn!

High Score – Ice Trolls
Par 12 – 500 Yards
Any target on the range is open for points. Users simply take aim and see how many points they can get! The closer a shot is hit to the center of the green the more points you earn!

Par 12 – 500 Yards
To begin the game, the first player tries to hit any target. If the player hits a target the other players have to hit the exact same target. But if they miss, the next player gets to hit to any target they want. Any player that cant make the first persons shot gets a letter. Everyone keeps playing the game and making up crazy shots until someone misses enough times to spell out the word. The player who does not spell the word is the winner!

Long Drive – Las Vegas
Par 12 – 500 Yards
This game prioritizes the ability to hit the ball long & straight. Earn points for keeping your ball from slicing or hooking.

Long Drive – Smash Hit
Par 12 – 500 Yards
This game prioritizes the ability to hit the ball long & straight. Earn points for keeping your ball from slicing or hooking.

Par 12 – 500 Yards
This game allows players to challenge each other as far as their skill will take them. Each player takes their turn and is guided by the game on which target to hit. The player that can follow the game Shot-For-Shot the furthest, wins!

Par 12 – 500 Yards
Nearly every shot hit will earn you points! This game is great for those new to the game. On a frozen planet where survival depends on solar power, fierce rivals battle for control of the Solaro Power Grid. Each shot launched onto the Grid will activate any dormant cell it touches. The faction that activates the most power cells will freeze out the competition.