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Our best reviewer images of the month
The dunes are both beautiful and intimidating at Arcadia Bluffs in Michigan. Courtesy of Local Washington DC Advisor 'cjohnbrown'
The setting on the Ocean course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is what makes a round so special. Courtesy of user 'bluemelonheads'
The Mount Lorette course at Kananaskis Country Golf Course is one of the stunners of the Canadian Rockies. Courtesy of user 'David1684852'
Tobacco Road is a Mike Strantz original in North Carolina. Courtesy of user 'GolferJake78'
Glen Abbey outside of Toronto has hosted more Canadian Opens than any course. Courtesy of user 'u000007985164'
A cool bridge at Browns Lake in Wisconsin. Courtesy of user 'Wick10'
Fall colors start to turn at Boulder Creek. Courtesy of user 'a10isplyr'
The Belfry has hosted three Ryder Cups on its Brabazon course. Courtesy of user 'GeoffBillo38'
The Lakes course at Carolina Trace is a private course in Sanford, N.C. Courtesy of user 'jfuller91'
The scenery at St. Croix National is nice. Courtesy of user 'DavePMN'
When the leaves change, the Crumpin-Fox Club comes to life. Courtesy of user 'cheapgolf2014'
An orange tree brightens the mood at Eagles Nest. Courtesy of user 'Arsen'
Golf Advisor users have called Lake Carroll a "hidden gem" in Illinois. Courtesy of user 'Ed8366215'
The lakeside views of the Lanier Islands Legacy golf course can be distracting. Courtesy of user 'u000001364258'
The fall colors were so vibrant at Loudon Country Club in New Hampshire that our Local Connecticut Advisor stopped while driving by to snap some photos. Courtesy of Local Connecticut Advisor 'u7239515'
The Club at Old Stone in Kentucky has all five star reviews at Golf Advisor. Courtesy of user 'RavensGolfer'
The renovation at the Phoenician Golf Club looks great after its 27 holes shrunk to 18. Courtesy of user 'u219160306'
Fire-red leaves add color to the PineCrest Country Club in Pennsylvania. Courtesy of user 'sixeagles'
A getaway to Sand Valley in central Wisconsin is worth the trip. Courtesy of Local Chicago/Milwaukee Advisor 'DahlRyan'
A golfer smacks a tee shot at Skytop Lodge in Pennsylvania. Courtesy of user 'u7822792'
A waterfall decorates Sultan's Run in Indiana. Courtesy of user 'UB4JQvgFD25BEEa6yBTM'
The changing of the leaves brings out the personality of Tanglewood Manor in Pennsylvania. Courtesy of user 'BruceKauffman'
The finishing hole at Trump National Los Angeles roams along the Pacific Ocean. Courtesy of user 'u000005209623'
The view from the first tee at Wolf Creek will leave you breathless. Courtesy of user 'u00000979792'
The Dormie Club is an exclusive place to play in the North Carolina Sandhills. Courtesy of Local Iowa Advisor 'GolferJake78'
Snow Mountain is one of three fine Pete Dye courses at Paiute outside Las Vegas. Courtesy of user 'Jon3860646'
Courses to watch
See what golfers have to say about this week's courses in the spotlight. Have you played any of these venues? Write a review right here:
Wesley Chapel, Florida
Plenty of room on the drive off the tee but a a lot of water and sloping fairways that lead to water. Very interesting, would like to play again.
Howey in the Hills, Florida
The great thing about Campeon is that pin placements change your strategy and shotmaking to the extent the course is always fresh and different.
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Mid Pines is a classic Ross layout. It has the feel of a course its age as it meanders through the trees near the old lodge. Very visually beautiful with the natural turf, sand, and pine straw just off the fairways
Bayonet is a big time golf course with some great holes from start to finish. You will get everything you want out of a round here at a great price.
Lost Pines, Texas
While there The course layout within the forest is second to none. Can't possibly imagine Barton Creek is better, but I do know that at a third the price I'd choose Wolfdancer every time.
La Quinta, California
Just unique and fun, but expect to make some bad scores on at least a few holes.
Fort Meade, Florida
Shout out to Brian my caddie as he was invaluable in course knowledge and friendly banter throughout my round, my score would have easily been 10 strokes higher without him.
Borrego Springs, California
I belong to the Torrey Pines Mens Club, but Rams Hill is my favorite course.did not disappoint, for sure a course to cross off the bucket list.
Always like playing Tubac..Staff is friendly and accommodating. Course is in great condition, atmosphere is soothing.
If you're lucky enough to be in Maui and staying on this side of the island, it's a no brain'er to play here. Hoping to get back sooner than later.