Bayonne Golf Club
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Bayonne Golf Club
God bless America: Golf Advisor reveals some of the most patriotic course names in the United States. Matt Ginella/Golf Advisor
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Tiger Woods at Liberty National
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Tiger Woods at Liberty National
Tiger Woods lines up a putt during the Barclays at Liberty National, in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty in New York. Getty Images
Colonial Heritage golf course - clubhouse
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Colonial Heritage golf course - clubhouse
Colonial Heritage in Williamsburg, Va. opened in 2006 and boasts a stately clubhouse. Courtesy of Colonial Heritage
Eisenhower Course - Industry Hills Golf Club - No. 2
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Eisenhower Course - Industry Hills Golf Club - No. 2
There are a handful of golf courses named after the U.S. President, General and golfer Dwight D. Eisenhower, including the Eisenhower Course at Industry Hills Golf Club in California. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Links at Gettysburg golf course
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Links at Gettysburg golf course
The Links at Gettysburg is close to some of the most revered Civil War locations in the country. Tim McDonald/WorldGolf.com
Revere GC - Concord golf course - hole 11
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Revere GC - Concord golf course - hole 11
In Las Vegas, Revere Golf Club pays tribute to Paul Revere with the Lexington Course and Concord Course (shown here). Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Roosevelt Golf Course
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Roosevelt Golf Course
The city of Los Angeles has named several of their golf courses after U.S. Presidents, including Roosevelt Golf Course. Courtesy of City of Los Angeles Golf Division
Independence Golf Club - 9th
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Independence Golf Club - 9th
There are a handful of golf courses named "Independence" including Independence Golf Club in Midlothian, Va. Kevin Dunleavy/Golf Advisor
Alamo Golf Club
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Alamo Golf Club
Of course San Antonio would have a golf course named "Alamo Golf Club" in honor of the 1836 battle. Courtesy of Alamo G.C.
Army Navy Country Club
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Army Navy Country Club
27-hole Army Navy Country Club is located in Arlington, Va. and dates back to 1930. StevieYo/Golf Advisor
Bunker Hill Golf Course
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Bunker Hill Golf Course
There are a handful of U.S. courses named to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill, including this one in Princeton, N.J. Courtesy of Bunker Hill G.C.
The Old American Golf Club - 10th
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The Old American Golf Club - 10th
The Old American Golf Club near Dallas-Fort Worth, opened in 2010. Courtesy of Old American G.C.

Land of the free: The best patriotic golf course names in the United States

Golf over Independence Day weekend is an American tradition for many families. In honor of our national birthday, we've uncovered a collection of the most patriotic golf course names from coast to coast. You can view them in the slideshow above.

Some courses are named after U.S Presidents, particularly golfing presidents like Dwight D. Eisenhower. Others take it a step further. In Las Vegas, Revere Golf Club pays tribute to Paul Revere's midnight ride with the Lexington Course and Concord Course . No golf course may have a more patriotic setting than exclusive Liberty National, which sits in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty.

Course names like "Bunker Hill" and "Independence" are particularly popular. We also found 11 golf courses with the word "Patriot" in the name , and 22 courses with "American" in the title .

Of course, golf courses don't need to have a specific name to be a patriotic facility. Is your home course doing anything special for the 4th of July or honoring the military or our country in any special way? Let us know in the comments below.


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Brandon Tucker is the Managing Editor for Golf Advisor. To date, his golf travels have taken him to over two dozen countries and over 500 golf courses worldwide. While he's played some of the most prestigious courses in the world, Tucker's favorite way to play the game is on a great muni in under three hours. Follow Brandon on Twitter at @BrandonTucker and on Instagram at BrandonTuckerGC.
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