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THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR YEAR-ROUND GOLF IN THE UNITED STATES

Team Reed Foundation

Golf is a beloved sport by millions of people around the world because it is easy to play but impossible to master. The sport requires a lot of patience and practice to hone your skills, so the only way to perform at an elite level is by playing all of the time. Unfortunately, this is not possible in the vast majority of the country during the cold winter months. These are the four best locations for year-round golf in the United States.

Naples, Florida
There are dozens of cities in Florida that are perfect for year-long golf, but none of them are able to top Naples. This small city of just over 20,000 people has more golf courses than any other city in the state. The average low temperatures never drop below 55 degrees in the winter, so you will never have to cancel a tee time due to bad weather.

San Diego, California
San Diego is widely known for having some of the best weather in the United States, but that is just one reason it is a great golf city. The laid back and friendly nature of the San Diego residents means that you will never have to deal with other golfers pushing you to play faster. Torrey Pines and Balboa Park are two of the iconic golf courses in this stunning city.

Hilton Head, South Carolina
Hilton Head is a small barrier island in the Atlantic Ocean that is loaded with picturesque golf courses. Despite only being 69 square miles, Hilton Head has a total of 24 different courses. The top courses in the area were designed by Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye. The weather can get a little chilly before the sun comes up in the winter, but it will not stop you from playing a quick round.

Scottsdale, Arizona
Scottsdale is widely considered to be the premier golf city in the United States. With more than 200 courses in the area, it will take you several years to try them all. The weather in Scottsdale is also perfect for golf. The average high temperatures in the winter hover around 70 degrees, so will not even need to put on a jacket before stepping up to the first tee.

Originally posted on TeamReedFoundation.com.

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