3 Best Golf Courses within the US that are Value for Money


Golf is known as an expensive sport. While this may be true in case of championship golfing destinations but you can opt for cheap golf holidays. All you need to do is keep a sharp eye on greens that are budget-friendly and located on challenging terrain for a good game. Most of these places for best value golf holidays are less than $100 but rank on the Nation’s Top 100.

Brickyard Crossing, Indianapolis

Truly unique, this golf course is located inside of one of the most well-known motor racetracks in the world – the Indianapolis Motorway Speedway or “The Brickyard’. The designer of the Brickyard Crossing is Indianapolis resident and famous golf course architect Pete Dye. One of the most exceptional places for golf holidays in USA as this
Indianapolis golf course starts at the Speedway via a tunnel and three holes are located on the infield of the oval, so you hear Indy Cars doing laps in the background. Apart from being a great golf course, it costs $90 at peak times and replays for just $45.

Primm Valley Golf Club, Nevada

This desert course is a Tom Fazio work that will have golfers challenged by the sandy landscape.  This brilliantly designed place just takes advantage of the desert’s natural hazards. The Primm Valley Golf Club offers a 22-acre practice grounds with a double-ended circular driving range, chipping and pitching greens with sand bunkers, and putting greens. What’s great about this place is that the facility can be used free of charge if you take advantage of a guest’s green fees. high season costs are around $110, and replays are only $40. But with high season being limited, you can play year round for $65-$95.

Redlands Mesa

Redlands Mesa Grand Junction is Colorado’s pride, being ranked among the Top 100. This stunning setting is the handiwork of Colorado designer Jim Engh who has used the red rocks of the landscape to their fullest. While the first hole might trick you into thinking this is an easy course, the remaining 17 holes will have you yearning for more.
In peak summer, the fees shoot up to $89 – and being listed in the Top 100 by Golf Magazine, it’s definitely worth every penny.

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