Golfers love best-of lists, not to mention ways to play great courses for less. We looked at the most read articles published in 2016, based on your clicks.
Many of these articles are rankings or lists of some kind, but not all. Subjects that also seem to get plenty of attention are Pebble Beach and Bandon Dunes.
Tiger Woods design projects like Bluejack National received a lot of attention, but not enough to crack this list (probably because his designs are foreign and private to this point).
You can see the Top 10 most read below, and you can tweet us @golfadvisor and let us know what subjects in golf courses and travel you'd like covered in 2017.
Top 10 most-read articles of the year
From Kohler to French Lick, there are plenty of great courses and resorts worth national attention.
There was plenty new in 2016 worth checking out, from an innovative new course in Michigan to tried-and-true Scotland.
Golfers around the globe just love reading about Pebble -- even when word comes the famous $495 green fee has been raised.
Some resorts are bigger than the rest, and none are bigger, from China to Dominican Republic, than these.
Bethpage Black highlights one of many supreme, public tests you can play in the U.S.
Many of the best courses in the country are walking-only and ideally with a caddie. Jason Deegan offers his tips -- including what to tip -- in this guide.
Matt Ginella exclusively broke the big news at Bandon Dunes on Golf Channel's Morning Drive: Gil Hanse is set to revamp the mysterious Sheep Ranch
Ginella updated his Top 50 list of must-play courses for 2016.
We examined your ratings and reviews to uncover the courses that are consistently highly rated and can be played under $50.
The Golf Advisor Top 50 looked at your ratings and reviews over the course of 2015 to determine which courses delivered the best experience.
Most-liked on Instagram
This shot of fall golf at Primland Resort was our most-liked image on the Golf Advisor Instagram handle in 2016 :
It's the #firstdayoffall and we're celebrating with some of our favorite courses to play and see the leaves changing, like Virginia's Primland Resort. See the link in bio more many more of our favorite fall golf images. Where's your favorite fall destination? (Photo courtesy of @primlandresort )#livingthegreen
Most Re-Tweeted article in 2016
This recent article on top trends in golf in 2016 received a lot of feedback on Twitter with over 100 RTs and counting: