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Top 100 Gems - Worldwide

Gut Düneburg

Gem Germany - Best in Area

Things are generally pretty low key at Gut Düneburg and the golf course doesn't shove its features in your face, but there’s a quiet air of quality underlying everything.

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Oakmere Park (Admirals)

Gem England - Best in Area

Situated a few miles north of Calverton, Oakmere Park Golf Club has been operating since the early 1970s, when architect Frank Pennink laid out 27 holes across a wonderfully rolling heathland landscape.

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Gut Wissmanshof

Gem Germany - Best in Area

Gut Wissmanshof is an old country estate, whose fifteen minutes of fame came in 1912 when Emperor Wilhelm II visited to survey military exercises nearby.

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Ootacamund Gymkhana

Gem India - Best in Area

The town of Udhagamandalam – or Ooty for short – was established by the British in the early 19th century as a hill station, allowing government officials to retreat there during the summer when the temperatures are a little cooler at 7,000 feet above sea level.

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Termas de Río Hondo

Gem Argentina - Best in Area

Termas de Río Hondo Golf Club is the latest development in Santiago del Estero Province’s plans to position the town as a top tourist destination, joining the new Formula 1 racetrack, international airport and museum of art...

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Isle of Harris

Gem Scotland - Best in Area

A golf course was first set out on the Isle of Harris around 1920 – when locals were given permission by the landowner, Lord Leverhume, to create a 9-hole layout – though the golf club wasn’t founded until 1935.

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