Spectacular courses on sites that couldn't be permitted in the U.S. in a million years

Trip Details: This is a new trip I added, but am yet to make the maiden voyage. Tom Doak, maybe the most famous of the Pete Dye proteges’, produced two spectacular courses on sites that couldn’t be permitted in the U.S. in a million years, even if we had anything resembling these amazing terrains. First, a stop in New Zealand at Cape Kidnappers, routed along the tops of huge cliffs, with the most dramatic aerial photographs I have ever seen. ┬áThen, off to remote Tasmania to play Barnbougle Dunes, an intense seaside links with the raw appeal of Scotland and the dramatic shaping of Whistling Straits. Finish off the trip with a few Australian classics and the un-Godly long plane flight home will be worth every minute.