“The Ocean Course at Hokuala, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii” by Catherine Sherman.
The Ocean Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, is well situated along the coast of Kauai, Hawaii near the town of Lihue. Lucky golfers can play this course in a tropical paradise year round.
Adirondack chairs are lined up to watch golfers come onto the green of the eighteenth hole of a golf course on Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Beyond are the dunes, the beach and the Atlantic Ocean.
Lucky golfers traverse the lush fairway of Poipu Bay Golf Course on the island of Kauai, in the Hawaiian Islands. The course is adjacent to the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa on the sunny south shore of Kauai. The course was created from a rolling plateau eight stories above the Pacific Ocean and framed by verdant mountains.
Alligators at Osprey Point Golf Course Postcard
Two alligators bask in the sun at a pond on Osprey Point Golf Course, one of five golf courses in Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina. Several more alligators were lounging elsewhere and also lurking in the water. The Osprey Point course at Kiawah Island was designed by Tom Fazio and is recognized as one of the “50 Best Golf Courses for Women” by Golf for Women magazine. The Osprey point course is a par 72 course. It measures 6,932 yards (6,339 m) from the tournament tees, and it has a slope rating of 73.3/135. American alligators are found in the southeast United States and live in freshwater environments, such as ponds, marshes, wetlands, rivers, lakes, and swamps, as well as in brackish environments. When they construct alligator holes in the wetlands, they increase plant diversity and provide habitat for other animals during droughts.
A camel sand trap lures golf balls on a golf course in Medinah, Illinois.
“Fifth Green, Ironhorse Golf Course, Leawood, Kansas” by Catherine Sherman.
Golfers walk on the cart path on the Ironhorse Golf Course, Leawood, Kansas. In the foreground is the Fifth Green, flanked by two sand traps. In the background is a lake.