What are your favorite golf course names?
No one knows what it means, but it's provocative!
This Will Ferrell line, made even more mainstream with a recent Kanye West and Jay-Z single, can be attributed to a few of our favorite golf course names. Taboo? Wyboo? Exsqueeze me?
Sure to turn heads, and maybe peddle a little merch, the Golf Advisor staff has uncovered some of our most uniquely named golf courses we've played in our travels and shared them in this photo gallery. We're curious what yours are. Let us know in the comments below, tweet us @golfadvisor or tag us on Instagram using #GaBestPhoto.
Our favorite golf course names
Leatherstocking Golf Course, Cooperstown, N.Y.
Wyboo Golf Club, Manning, S.C.
Valderrama Golf Club, Cádiz, Spain
Boat of Garten Golf Club, Inverness-shire, Scotland
Bushfoot Golf Club, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Contraband Bayou Golf Club, Lake Charles, La.
King Kamehameha Golf Club, Wailuku, Hawaii
Kukuiolono Golf Course, Kauai, Hawaii
Pasatiempo Golf Club, Santa Cruz, Calif.
We-Ko-Pa Golf Club, Fort McDowell, Ariz.
Tokatee Golf Club, Blue River, Ore.
Coeur D'Alene Resort Golf Course, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
True Blue, Pawleys Island, S.C.
Possum Trot Golf Course, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Robber's Row at Port Royal Golf Club, Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Bootleg Gap Golf, Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada
Kissing Camels Golf Course, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Lillooet Sheep Pasture Golf Course, Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada
Deep Cliff Golf Course, Cupertino, Calif.
Hombre Golf Club, Panama City Beach, Fla.
Court House & Jail Rock Golf Course, Bridgeport, Neb.
Taboo Golf Club, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada
Grandfather Golf & Country Club, Linville, N.C.
Man O' War Golf Club, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Dancing Rabbit Golf Club, Philadelphia, Miss.
Leatherstocking Golf Course, located just around the corner from the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a home run as far as golf course names go. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Why boo, Wyboo? Wyboo Golf Club is a pleasant, laid-back golf course located near cotton fields in rural, inland South Carolina. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Valderrama provides the drama. Perhaps the signature course in all of continental Europe, Valderrama Golf Club in Spain hosted the 1997 Ryder Cup, where a late American charge fell just short. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Boat of Garten Golf Club is not only a great name, but also delivers a game game in the Scotland Highlands. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
The sign doesn't lie. There really is a course called Bushfoot Golf Club. The casual, nine-hole club is located just around the corner from Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
You won't find any contraband at the Tom Fazio-designed Contraband Bayou Golf Club in Lake Charles, La., but you'll find a fun and challenging round. Courtesy Contraband Bayou G.C.
Named after the famous Hawaiian king, King Kamehameha Golf Club on Maui has an unmistakable Frank Lloyd Wright clubhouse design. Courtesy of King Kahehameha Golf Club
Golf game a little kooky? Head to Kukuiolono on Kauai, where there are also no tee times, just a first-come, first-served starter window. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Playing Pasatiempo Golf Club should be you favorite pastime if you are on the northern California coast in Santa Cruz, where the temperature is usually pretty balmy. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
We-Ko-Pa, a native Indian word meaning "four peaks," delivers some of the best scenery and golf in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Tokatee Golf Club is a funny name with a great reputation for scenery and value in Oregon. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Just rolls off the tongue, doesn't it? Core-Du-Lane. It's not in France or Quebec. Coeur D'Alene Golf Course is located in Idaho and worth the trip to play it. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Short and sweet, True Blue has a name that sticks out from the Grand Strand crowd, plus an unmistakable design by Mike Strantz. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
Let's play possum ... Possum Trot Golf Course, that is. Fairly open greens make this North Myrtle Beach, S.C. course so player friendly. Ian Guerin/Golf Advisor
Robber's Row at Port Royal Golf Club in Hilton Head Island, S.C., won't steal your money, but it will steal your heart with its combination of Southern beauty, Civil War history and holes brimming with personality. Lisa Allen/Golf Advisor
Kimberley goes cuckoo over Bootleg Gap Golf. The Kimberley, British Columbia, course was designed by Les Furber, perhaps Canada's most celebrated course designer. Courtesy of Bootleg Gap
Love is in the air at the 27-hole Kissing Camels Golf Course, an amenity at Garden of the Gods Club and Resort in Colorado Springs, Colo. Courtesy of Kissing Camels G.C.
Lillooet Sheep Pasture Golf Course, a friendly nine-hole course tucked away in the Cascade Mountains of British Columbia, looks wide open, but watch out for the grazing sheep during your round. Really. Courtesy of Lillooet Sheep Pasture G.C.
Dive right in at Deep Cliff Golf Course in Cupertino, Calif., a top-flight, 18-hole executive course designed by Clark Glasson in 1961. Courtesy of Deep Cliff G.C.
Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach, Fla., boasts three courses: The Good, The Bad (shown here), and The Ugly. What else can you say? Courtesy photo
Courthouse and Jail Rock Golf Course in Bridgeport, Neb., one of the best-kept secrets in the area, takes no prisioners. Courtesy of Courthouse and Jail Rock G.C.
In Muskoka north of Toronto, nothing is taboo at Taboo Golf Club. Jason Scott Deegan/Golf Advisor
Just sounds like a comfortable place, eh? Grandfather Golf & Country Club is a private course and community in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Courtesy of Grandfather Golf & C.C.
Man O' War makes up three unique course names in Myrtle Beach by owner/operator Mystical Golf, which also has The Witch and The Wizard in its arsenal. Courtesy of Mystical Golf
Tom Fazio and Jerry Pate designed the Azaleas golf course at Dancing Rabbit. Courtesy of Dancing Rabbit G.C.