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Royal Melbourne (PC)
Royal Melbourne has long been ranked as one of the top ten courses in the world. When it was chosen to be the host of the 1959 World Cup, it was decided to create a composite course using 12 holes from the West course and 6 holes from the East course. The Composite course has been used since in International competitions, such as the 1998 and 2011 Presidents Cup. It barely breaks 7,000 yards, but most likely has the fastest greens we’ve ever featured in a course.