Website Top100GolfCourses.co.uk revealed their latest rankings following an analysis of more than 200 British and Irish golf courses.
Royal County Down came out on top, with the Irish track praised for its scenic beauty and challenging conditions.
In second place was Turnberry, with Royal Birkdale squeezing into third, Muirfield in fourth, and St Andrews old course rounding off the top five.
Links course Carnoustie, one of the venues on the Open Championship rotation, claimed ninth spot.
The highest new entry was Castle Stuart, a stunning course in the north of Scotland which promises "a visual experience unlike any other in golf".
If you're planning on playing all 100 courses, you had better make a start - and it won't be cheap!