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8 of The Best Fall and Winter Golf Destinations

 you longing to get your golf clubs out of storage, dust them off, and hit the courses but the weather outside isn’t playing ball? As summer starts to fade away, those last few days on the golf course feel like stolen time. 

But you don’t have to put your golf clubs away when fall rolls around, just pack a bag, grab your clubs, and head to one of the best winter golf destinations in the US. 

Check out these 8 golf trip destinations for when the weather gets cooler and the need to hit the course gets stronger. 

  1. Scottsdale, Arizona

The desert of Arizona and the pleasant year-round temperatures makes Scottsdale one of the best golf destinations in the US. With little chance of rain and high chances of sunny days, you’ll be able to spend tons of time on the golf courses of Scottsdale.

With world-class British Open-inspired courses such as Monument and Pinnacle at Troon North Golf Club, you’ll be treated to some of the best golfing in the Pheonix area.

Scottsdale also has an energetic atmosphere and draws a young crowd, so when you’re not on the course there will be plenty to do, eat and enjoy.

  1. San Francisco, California

Sunny San Franciso is one of the best golf destinations in fall and winter with mild temperatures. With an average temperature of 56 degrees, it may not be extremely toasty, but a good pair of winter golf gloves is all you’ll need to enjoy the courses.

You’ll be able to try out top-notch courses such as Pebble Beach with fantastic winter rates that are easy on the wallet. Spend a couple of days hitting courses such as Half Moon Bay and Cinnabar Hills and all in all you’ll have an excellent golfing holiday to boot.

  1. Orlando, Florida

Skip out on Disney World and the maddening holiday crowds and head straight to the greens of some of Orlando’s best golf courses this fall and winter.

Situated in the Sunshine State of Florida you can expect balmy weather and perfect golfing conditions. Why do you think this sunny state has produced so many Tour pros? Of course, there are world-class courses all over Florida. But if you’re looking for the best golf trip destinations that are also family-friendly, Orlando takes the cake.

While the children spend a day at Disney’s Magic Kingdom you can de-stress on Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course.

  1. San Diego, California

Fall is the best time to head to San Diego for a golf getaway. The summer crowds have dispersed by then but the lovely weather remains. The courses are in perfect condition, given a break from the overuse during summer, there are tons of deals and the conditions are perfect for golfing at that time of the year.

As one of the top golfing destinations in the world, you’ll have your pick of over 90 courses in San Diego. Check out some of the best US golf courses at The Grand, Maderas Golf Club, and La Costa Spa and Resort.

  1. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

This is one of the most popular golf destinations in the US and trying to play a few rounds in summer can be near impossible. But when fall and winter roll around, the crowds start to thin and you’ll have access to the best courses with the added bonus of more tee-times and much cheaper rates.

Temperatures hang in the mid-60s which makes for an ideal weekend of golfing. Make sure to book rounds at Harbour Town, Daufuskie Island, and Heron Point courses.

  1. Tucson, Arizona

You’ve explored Scottsdale’s golf courses and the lovely weather and opportunities for wintertime golfing are calling you back to Arizona. While Tucson doesn’t have as many courses as Scottsdale, it certainly does have the same top quality of courses.

Make sure to check out Sewailo Golf Club, one of the most challenging and exciting states in all of Arizona and a stunning course, too. The Dove Mountain Course is also a phenomenal course that used to host the World Golf Championships-World Match Play event.

Tucson is a lively college town so it makes for one of the best Winter golfing destinations to let your hair loose and join in on the spirited fun between rounds.

  1. Gulf Coast

How about a bit of a beach holiday and a couple of rounds of golf to escape the falling temperatures back home? If the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico aren’t enough to tempt you then what about some of the best golf courses in the country?

Hit the greens of Fallen Oak and Kiva Dunes, exceptional golf courses highly ranked in the USA. Afterwards, don your flip flops and hit up the crab shacks for some southern Feastin’. It may not be your average golfing holiday but it’s certainly going to be a good one.

  1. Miami/Palm Beach, Florida

‘Winter’ is not a term that’s often spoken in South Florida and ‘cold’ is only used to refer to drinks. Head here for an incredible golf scene and an all-around good time.

You can spend the entire trip playing the five courses at the PGA National, channeling your inner Tour pro. Don’t miss out on the lavish and historic Breakers Palm Beach Resort with the oldest course in Florida. For a public course with the ocean as your backdrop head over to the Palm Beach Par 3 course. Winter rates are extremely affordable.

Visit These Best Winter Golf Destinations

There’s no need to hang up your golfing shoes for a couple of months when fall and winter approach. The US boasts incredible destinations for golfing trips with cheaper prices and fewer crowds on some of the best courses in the country. Pick your favorite of these best winter golf destinations and get packing!

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