Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Finding The Perfect Course

Deciding to take a day off for a round of 18 holes is a pretty easy decision, but with over 10,000 courses across the United States, deciding which course to play isn’t always quite so simple. From greens fees to course rating, there are plenty of different factors that come into play when deciding where to play. Fortunately, there is a great new Golf Course Comparison that helps you search through your options and compare courses on a wide range of criteria. The golf course finder includes every U.S. course as well as the major international courses, so you are sure to find the perfect place for your next outing.

The course comparison, published by FindTheBest, provides a comprehensive way to sift through thousands of courses by location, greens fees, USGA course rating, par and more. Looking for a nearby course that’s on the cheaper side but still offers a challenge? Just enter in your zip code, set the greens fee price slider to whatever your price limit is, and see what pops up in the search result. Because the resource includes all U.S. courses, you can be sure that you’re not missing out on anything. Moreover, if you’re travelling to another state and are unsure of your options, check the pre-set directories such as Top 10 Boston Golf Courses or Best Miami Golf Courses.

Finally, FindTheBest has created an innovative way of ranking golf courses, integrating several different course rankings, ranging from Golf Digest to ESPN Travel to, providing you with a final, weighted ranking. Use the comparison tool to find courses, compare them in a side-by-side format, and even write reviews of a course afterwards to let people know what you think. If you’re particularly fond of a certain course designer, you can search for courses by famous designers like A.W. Tillinghast and Albert Muray. Next time you’re looking for a new place to play, check out this golf course comparison, and you’re sure to find the perfect course.