Golf Advisor's top-rated courses for the first week of June showcase some great courses throughout the U.S., including New England and Minnesota.
The Crumpin-Fox Club is our top-rated course of the week, thanks largely in part to a golf group named The Safari Club. Many of the members left glowing reviews of this top-rated Massachusetts public golf course following their outing (they also left great reviews for Cranwell Resort & Golf Club, a more traditional New England course that dates back to 1926).
You can view the full top 10 below, as well as our featured photo and review of the week.
Orange Park, Fla.
Mount Wolf, Pa.
Lester Prairie, Minn.
Reviewer photo of the week
GolfChannel.com's Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner took a detour from covering the NCAA National Championship in Eugene, Ore. for a couple days of golf at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Coffin submitted this photo of Bandon Trails along with his five-star review:
Golf course review of the week
Those familiar with the New Orleans golf scene know the Big Easy boasts one of the country's most interesting "hybrid" courses: Audubon Park G.C., a 4,220-yard, par-62 layout. Golfer jar52590 is familiar with the layout and raved about the experience during his last visit:
I've been playing this course for years, always enjoy the hybrid par 3 layout. Conditions are normally pretty solid, but the greens regressed in the last year. As a result, i gave the course a rest for a few months. But my most recent experience was nothing short of spectacular. The condition of the course was unlike anything I've seen in the area. PERFECT velvet putting surfaces. Do yourself a favor and play the course ASAP. I hate giving out a good secret, but I can't hold this one back. Nola golfers need to know!