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There are few experiences in life quite like a buddies' road trip. From the freedom of the open road to the scenery to the banter to the music, getting there is half the fun.

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Ryder Cup 3

Pebble Beach vs. Turnberry

Both west coast seaside resorts are major championship tests that have been the site of memorable duels, but the 2010 U.S. Open host gets the nod for its string of clifftop...

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Ryder Cup 10

Pacific Dunes vs. Old Head

Located on a peninsula, Old Head may have more holes along the cliff, but Pacific Dunes simply has no weak holes, whether they are along the ocean or slightly inland.

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Ryder Cup 12

Pine Valley vs. Royal County Down

Situated between the Mountains of Mourne and the sea, County Down occupies a spectacular site, but its most distinguishing feature is its number of blind shots. But when it...

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Ryder Cup 11

Riviera vs. Royal Portrush

The Los Angeles icon hosted its only U.S. Open in 1948, while Portrush is the only course outside Great Britain to host the British Open, in 1951. And Riviera’s man-made brilliance...

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Ryder Cup 9

Winged Foot vs. Sunningdale

Located west of London, the 36 holes at Sunningdale offer some of the best heathland golf in the world. But north of New York, Winged Foot’s two parkland courses, designed by...

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Ryder Cup 8

Cypress Point vs. Lahinch

After Alister MacKenzie redesigned this links along the west coast of Ireland, he headed to America’s West Coast to design his finest work, a spectacular course with holes that sit seamlessly...

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Ryder Cup 6

Merion vs. Prestwick

At 6,544 yards, the home of the first British Open remains a challenging layout for average players, but yard for yard, there may be no better test for players of all levels...

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Ryder Cup 7

Sand Hills vs. Loch Lomond

Ironically, these best new courses embody the characteristics of the opposing side. Scotland’s Loch Lomond is a parkland gem, while Sand Hills, the most influential new course since World War...

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