Is there any question that when compiling a list of the PGA Tour's most scenic courses in history that Pebble Beach has got to be on it?
The PGA Tour's schedule is virtually a loaded bucket list of golf courses for the every man. Think about it: Torrey Pines, Pebble Beach, PGA National, Riviera, Augusta National, Muirfield Village... the list goes on.
But which courses in Tour history are the most scenic?
BleacherReport.com featured columnist Mike Dudurich tackled that very question recently.
Very often, the words scenic and golf courses are mentioned in the same sentence.
And because the PGA Tour plays on only the best layouts, those who play at the game's highest level have a chance to play on all of the sport's most aesthetically pleasing courses.
Obviously, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But there are some courses that get unanimous accolades and the following list is a collection of what seems to be the most scenic.
So which courses that most of us would forever grateful to play just once made Dudurich's list?