Diamond tour golf courses are the most popular of all golf courses, with an estimated 1.7 million golfers visiting each year.
They’re often popular with golfers from the US, Australia and New Zealand, as well as those from all around the world.
And the demand for these courses is growing rapidly, with new ones being added all the time.
But how do they work?
And are they worth it?
The diamonds are the main attraction of these courses.
You can expect to spend around $25,000 to $40,000 on one, but with the price of a diamond ranging from $30,000 in Australia to as much as $150,000 around the globe, you can expect some serious splurging.
The cheapest tour golf course in the world, the Pebble Beach Golf Links, costs just $30 to $50,000 per course, according to Golf Digest, but it only takes around 10 days to complete.
There are many more options to choose from, with some costing up to $300,000.
So how do the diamond courses work?
They’re usually in natural areas, and these natural areas are often in places where the earth has a certain natural colour to it.
For example, in the UK, the British Isles are generally referred to as “pebble blue” – it’s a colour you’d expect to find in nature.
But the real attraction of the diamond tour courses is the way they can be enjoyed on your own.
There’s no charge to play the courses, and you don’t have to bring any equipment or experience.
It’s all about the experience.
And you can even get to play them without any of the expensive equipment you need to get the most out of the experience, such as golf clubs, clubs, balls and balls of course.
The tours are all on private land, and there are no roads.
This means you can enjoy the courses on the grass of your own property without having to drive a car to the course.
But this means you may not be able to drive the course for the whole of your golf outing.
So there you have it.
Here are some of the best diamond tour sites in the country.
Are you a golfer who loves diamonds?
If so, you might be interested in the Diamond Tour Golf Guide, which features the best tour golfing sites in Australia and around the UK.
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