Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

 businessinsider.de  06/14/2019 19:26:09   Talia Lakritz, INSIDER

golf courses disappointingGolf courses get crowded during competitions.Eric Risberg/AP

The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California through Sunday. Golf fans from around the world have come to watch 156 players compete for $12.5 million in prize money.

During large tournaments like the US Open, golf courses known for their beautiful scenery and iconic architecture can become overrun with crowds and scoreboards that dampen their picturesque settings.

Here's what famous golf clubs around the world really look like during competitions.

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Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach...

Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

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Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

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The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. Augusta National Golf Club is stunning when it's in bloom, but not every part of the course is full of colorful flowers. Scoreboards and crowds obscure the views of rolling hills at Oakmont Country Club. Parts of Cypress Point Golf Club without ocean views aren't much to look at. Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories. The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California through Sunday. Golf fans from around the world have come to watch 156 players compete for $12.5 million in prize money. During large tournaments like the US Open, golf courses known for their beautiful scenery and iconic architecture can become overrun with crowds and scoreboards that dampen their picturesque settings. Here's what famous golf clubs around the world really look like during competitions.

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Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach...

Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

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Disappointing photos show how crowded the world's most famous golf courses get during tournaments

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The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. Augusta National Golf Club is stunning when it's in bloom, but not every part of the course is full of colorful flowers. Scoreboards and crowds obscure the views of rolling hills at Oakmont Country Club. Parts of Cypress Point Golf Club without ocean views aren't much to look at. Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories. The 119th US Open is being held at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California through Sunday. Golf fans from around the world have come to watch 156 players compete for $12.5 million in prize money. During large tournaments like the US Open, golf courses known for their beautiful scenery and iconic architecture can become overrun with crowds and scoreboards that dampen their picturesque settings. Here's what famous golf clubs around the world really look like during competitions.

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