Seven Korean golf courses have been named among the top 100 courses in Asia-Pacific by U.S. golf publications Golf Magazine and Golf.com.
The June issue of Golf Magazine Korea, the Korean edition of Golf Magazine, and Golf.com’s Asia-Pacific Courses ranked 100 major golf courses in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Australian courses dominated the list with 38, including Royal Melbourne in Australia at No. 1.
The highest-ranked Korean course was Club Nine Bridges at No. 12, followed by seven other South Korean courses, including Southcape Owners Club (No. 14), Whistling Rock (No. 37), Pine Beach (No. 50), Jack Nicklaus Korea Golf Club (No. 74), Hasley Nine Bridges (No. 88), and Anyang CC (No. 97).스포츠토토
Golf Magazine, which was founded in 1959, has previously ranked the top 100 courses in the world and the top 100 courses in the United States, but this is the first time it has ranked the top 100 courses in Asia-Pacific.