The PGA tour’s annual “top 10” list is made up of all the places golfers are most likely to visit over the course of the year, and the list is a huge part of the golf industry.
For the first time, we’ve compiled the top 10 golf destinations from PGA TOUR member clubs across the country and put them up for sale on Golf Warehouse.
Golf Warehouse has partnered with Golf Digest to offer up the top golf locations from the PGA tours across Australia and New Zealand.
Read more: Top Golf Locations for 2018 The list also includes a few notable exclusions, including the top two spots in the UK and France, but we’re also looking at a few more gems like the U.S. and Mexico.
These are just a few of the locations that will be up for grabs in the coming weeks.
Here’s a look at the 10 locations on the list, and how they rank based on golfing history, popularity, and cost.1.
Pebble Beach, California2.
La Jolla, California3.
Woodland Hills, California4.
Oakhurst, New Jersey5.
Kemptville, New York6.
New York City7.
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida9.
Los Angeles, CaliforniaFor some perspective, the average price for a PGA tee time in the United States in 2018 was $13,948.
This is a big jump from 2016 when it was $9,999.
For reference, the current average price of a golf bag is $5,819.
That’s a pretty steep jump for golfers, but the prices have been dropping since 2017.
The average price is also a significant increase from 2016, when golf bags were $1,995 and golf bags at PGA golf locations averaged $2,200.
As a result, prices are dropping across the board in the PTA’s rankings.
The golf bag market is currently up about 60% over the last 10 years, and with that increase in popularity and demand, prices have dropped to an average of $1.6 million per bag.
So if you’ve got a hole in your wallet, you may want to consider buying a bag instead of putting it down for the winter months.