Best GSPro courses

The 20 Best GSPro Courses

With over 700 courses now available, the GSPro library of courses continue to grow daily. Narrowing down the best GSPro courses is becoming more challenging.

The uniqueness of GSPro courses lies in their community-driven creation and their focus on providing a realistic simulator golf experience. The GSPro software now only supports courses created using the OPCD Course Design Tools, ensuring the highest level of quality in the courses they offer.

All courses listed are free, user-generated courses with some being fantasy created courses and others replicating real-life famous courses. Offering users a wide range of fantastic and breath-taking courses.

While there are some spectacular courses available through the course designers Patreon, such as Jacks Point, Pete Dye Golf Club, and Dinosaur Mountain, the list we’ll explore here includes only courses that are accessible to standard GSPro users. Let’s have a look at the 20 best GSPro courses.

20. Kapalua Plantation Course

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Location: Lahaina, Hawaii, USA

Course Designer: MASTA_BLASTA

Description: The Kapalua Plantation Course is designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, the course offers a challenging and picturesque playing experience. It is known for its stunning ocean views, dramatic elevation changes, and wide fairways. The course has a lengthy 7,596-yard par 73 layout, making it a challenging venue for professional and amateur golfers alike. The Plantation Course is famous for hosting the PGA TOUR’s Sentry Tournament of Champions each January, attracting an elite field of golfers. The course’s unique design and scenic beauty have contributed to its recognition as one of the best golf courses in Hawaii.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at the Kapalua Plantation Course is the 18th hole, a 677-yard dogleg left par 5. This hole is renowned for its breathtaking view down the fairway and out to the ocean, making it an iconic and visually stunning conclusion to the round.

19. Highland Pacific Golf

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Location: Victoria, BC, Canada

Course Designer: PWADE3

Description: Highland Pacific Golf is a family-built course that had a vision of a mountain course that is challenging, but fair. It is known for its picturesque views of the Olympic Mountains, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Thetis Lake Park. This course has elevation on every hole that creates scenic views. The layout sprawls across rolling hills, providing an enjoyable golfing experience. The course consists of two beautiful nines, the Highland Nine and the Pacific Nine, that require strategic shot placement on most holes.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Highland Pacific Golf is the 5th hole, an intimidating par 5 that requires players to drive their tee shot over a long stretch of water. The view is both awe-inspiring and terrifying making it one of the most memorable on this track.

18. Fishers Island Club

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Location: Fishers Island, NY, USA

Course Designer: TEKBUD

Description: Fishers Island Golf Course is a renowned and picturesque course designed by Seth Raynor in 1926. It is celebrated for its unique and challenging layout, offering a memorable golfing experience. The setting near the sea, combined with the well-crafted design, makes it a truly special and emotional golfing destination. The wind is not a factor on the simulator as it would be if this course was played in person, so take in the scenery, and enjoy one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Fishers Island Golf Course is the 7th hole, a 363-yard par 4 known as “Latimer.” This green overlooks the Atlantic Ocean making it the standout hole on a course with many of them.

17. Bear Mountain

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Location: Bear Mountain, Canada

Course Designer: JIMBOBH

Description: The mountain course at Bear Mountain Course is co-designed by the great Jack Nicklaus, and his son Steve, and rightly holds the name “bear”. The mountain course is a masterpiece nestled in the foothills of Mount Finlayson, featuring rolling fairways that traverse dense forests and provide stunning views of Victoria City and the Pacific Ocean.The course takes full advantage of its setting atop a 1,100 ft mountain, exhibiting dramatic elevation changes, and awe-inspiring views making it one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at the mountain course is the picturesque 10th hole, a 152-yard island green par 3 that plays only 125 yards from blue tees, making club selection here crucial.

16. Quail Hollow Club

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Location: Charlotte, NC, USA

Course Designer: CE SIMGOLF

Description: Quail Hollow Club is considered by many to be one of the finest courses in the United States. The course was originally designed by famed golf course architect George Cobb in 1961 to capture the beauty as well as challenging terrain of the Piedmont region. In the intervening years, the course has undergone a series of improvements including modifications to several holes by Arnold Palmer in 1986, and a re-design by Tom Fazio in both 1997 and 2016.The course has hosted prestigious events such as the Wells Fargo Championship and the PGA Championship (2017, and is set to host it again in 2025)

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Quail Hollow is the par-3 17th hole, known as “The Green Mile.” This 223-yard hole is part of the challenging finishing stretch at Quail Hollow and is characterized by its scenic yet perilous design, with a large lake surrounding the front and one side of the hole.

15. Bear Dance Golf Club

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Location: Larkspur, CO, USA

Course Designer: MASHIE

Description: Bear Dance Golf Club features mature Ponderosa Pines, oak-lined ridges, draws, and native grass valleys, creating a true mountain golf experience. The course is known for its challenging layout, with generous tree-lined fairways, white sand bunkers, water features, and intricate greens. Bear Dance offers a memorable and tranquil golfing experience, making it one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Bear Dance Golf Club is the 6th hole, known as “Bear Paw.” This hole features a unique and challenging design, with “bear paw” sand traps in front of the green, adding to the course’s distinctive and memorable character.

14. True North

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Location: Harbor Spring, MI, USA


Description: True North Golf Club is a private, top-rated championship golf course located in Northern Michigan. Designed by award-winning architect Jim Engh, the course is known for its stunning layout, which flows through the native forest and wildlife of the region. It features exhilarating elevations, bent-grass fairways, and large, undulating greens, providing a challenging and picturesque golfing experience. The course has received regional and national awards and is ranked among the top courses in Michigan by Golf Digest Magazine.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at True North is the 9th hole par-5 named “Climbing Bear.” It features a layout that incorporates the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, including hills, trees, and water elements. The hole requires strategic play, offering both risk and reward options for players.

13. Premonition

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Location: Nowhere

Course Designer: JYET2001

Description: Premonition Golf Course is a fantasy golf course designed strictly for the GSPro golf simulator. It offers a unique and imaginative playing experience, featuring creatively designed holes and stunning landscapes. The course offers a unique coastal landscapes set amongst coastal cliffs, that is breathtaking. The course has you wishing that this course was real, so it can actually be played. It is certainly one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Premonition is up for debate as it is not an actual course. My personal preference is the 6th hole, a 188-yard par 3 from the tips, from an elevated tee box that has you shooting down the barrel of the coastal view.

12. Whistling Straits

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Location: Sheboygan, WI, USA

Course Designer: TEKBUD

Description: Whistling Straits Golf Course is a links-style golf course designed by Pete and Alice Dye. It is characterized by open, rugged, and windswept terrain, offering a unique and challenging golfing experience along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. The course is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and the presence of over 1,000 bunkers, creating an intimidating yet captivating setting for golfers. The Straits Course has hosted several major championships, including the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup, and is celebrated for its dynamic contrast and world-class facilities.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Whistling Straits is the The 17th hole, named “Pinched Nerve,” it is a challenging par-3 that features a dramatic and picturesque setting. Golfers are required to hit their shots over a large waste bunker, and the green is perched on the edge of Lake Michigan.

11. Cape Kidnapper

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Location: Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

Course Designer: POB16

Description: Cape Kidnappers Golf Course is designed by renowned golf architect Tom Doak. The course is celebrated for its dramatic and picturesque setting, featuring stunning sea views and playing atop dramatic cliffs. The course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf and has received international recognition for its design and beauty, making it one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Cape Kidnapper is the 15th hole a par-5 known as “Pirate’s Plank.” This hole is particularly famous for its dramatic setting atop the cliffs, offering panoramic views of the ocean and the rugged coastline.

10. Cypress Point Club

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Location: Pebble Beach, CA, USA

Course Designer: STINGREYE, TEKBUD

Description: Cypress Point Club is known for its stunning and varied cliff-top terrain, offering picturesque views and a challenging golfing experience. Designed by Alister MacKenzie and Robert Hunter, the par-72 course spans 6,554 yards and is characterized by its unique and exclusive nature. The club’s location and the course’s design, which includes an iconic 16th hole that requires a tee shot over the Pacific Ocean, contribute to its reputation as one of the most exclusive and prestigious golfing destinations in the world.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Cypress Point Club is the 16th hole a monster 233-yard par-3 that plays along the Pacific Ocean coastline. This hole is often considered one of the most beautiful par-3s in the world. The tee shot requires golfers to navigate the coastal cliffs, with the Pacific Ocean on the left and rocky outcroppings. The green is perched on a rocky promontory, surrounded by crashing waves and stunning seaside views.

9. Revelstoke

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Location: Revelstoke, BC, Canada

Course Designer: RUSTYDAVE, JGIXROD3

Description: The Revelstoke Golf Club offers a gentle, tree-lined layout that is challenging yet forgiving, and suitable for players of all abilities. The course features a variety of holes, with some being tight and challenging, while others allow for more room for error. The course provides a scenic view of the Columbia River but is known best for the constant looming view of picturesque mountains. The designers made the mountains an ominous feature of this track, making it one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Revelstoke Golf Club is the 8th hole a 436-yard par 4 that has its fairway running parallel with the Columbia River. The breathtaking walk down the fairway is one to remember.

8. Golf Club Phoenix

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Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA

Course Designer: RUNPUDRUN, RDEYER

Description: The Golf Club Phoenix is a replica version of TPC Scottsdale famed Stadium Course. Due to an ongoing lawsuit, GSPro is not able to use the names of some famous courses, but it is very obvious to anyone which courses they are trying to mimic. The Stadium course is designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, has been home to the PGA Tour’s annual Phoenix Open since 1987. It is known for its iconic par-3 16th hole, which is surrounded by stadium seating and creates an atmosphere unlike anything else in golf.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Golf Club Phoenix is a no-brainer. The 16th hole is as iconic as any hole in all of golf. Just standing on the tee box sends chills down your spine. You can almost hear the chants, cheers, taunts, and shakes from the stadium crowd. Can you sink a hole in one, and get them to shower the green with beer?

7. Wynn Golf Club

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Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA

Course Designer: ALLARMS, RDEYER

Description: The Wynn Golf Club is the only golf course on the Las Vegas Strip. Designed by Tom Fazio, the course features meandering streams, mature forests, and over 8,000 trees, creating a unique and challenging golfing experience. The Wynn Golf Club has hosted prestigious events such as Capital One’s “The Match.” The green fees are among the highest in the United States, with a cost of around $550 for general public play, the beauty of playing it on GSPro it won’t cost you a dime. The graphics alone of the surrounding Las Vegas strip make the Wynn Golf Club one of the best GSPro golf courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Wynn Golf Club is the 18th hole, a 249-yard monster par 3 from the tips, it offers stunning views, and a great challenge to end your round. This hole features a green perched at the base of a roaring waterfall, creating a stunning and memorable finishing hole for golfers testing their luck in Vegas.

6. DPC Sodgrass

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Location: Ponte Vedra, FL, USA

Course Designer: DPR-OPCD

Description: DPC Sodgrass is a replica version of the TPC Sawgrass, home of The Players Championship. Due to an ongoing lawsuit, GSPro is not able to use the names of some famous courses, but it is very obvious to anyone which courses they are trying to mimic. TPC Sawgrass is designed by Pete and Alice Dye, it is home to one of the most iconic golf holes in the world the par-3 17th island green. It was built to challenge tour professionals like no other course had done before With GSPro you now have the chance to test your skills and see how you fare on one of the best courses in the world.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at DPC Sodgrass needs no introduction. The famed 17th hole “Island Green” is a deceptively challenging par-3 measuring just 137 yards. This hole has earned a notorious reputation for inducing nightmares among PGA players. Its iconic design features a green perched atop wooden bulkheads above a lake, creating a dramatic and intimidating setting.

5. Whispering Pines

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Location: Evans, MN, USA

Course Designer: OPCD-STING, DPR, JM

Description: Whispering Pines is a fantasy course exclusive to GSPro. It is a fictional course that is designed on a real piece of land in Evans, Minnesota. It features some of the best course designers on GSPro, and their work on this masterpiece is sublime. The course is even featured as part of the Simulator Golf Tour. Even as a fantasy course, it is hands down one of the most visually stunning courses. Word, don’t do it justice check out the flyover, and you will see exactly why this is one of the best GSPro courses

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Whispering Pines, is the 5th hole. A visually striking 217-yard par 3, is as challenging as it is stunning. The view from the elevated green is stunning, and the green is heavily guarded by a bunker, making it a very hard approach. The hole is considered in such high regard that GSPro chose it to be the image on their website’s home page.

4. DPC Pebble

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Location: Pebble Beach, CA, USA

Course Designer: COOKE23, SOUPY

Description: DPC Pebble is a replica version of Pebble Beach Golf Course. The famed course is known for its dramatic sea views and challenging play. The course is situated along the rugged coastline, offering expansive vistas of Carmel Bay and the Pacific Ocean. It has been consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful courses in the world and has hosted several prestigious golf events, including the U.S. Open.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at DPC Pebble is the 7th Hole, known as the “Cliffs of Doom.” This stunning short par-3 plays only 108 yards from the tips. The hole sits on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, requiring golfers to navigate a tee shot over the rocky coastline to a green perched on a small peninsula. The coastal views are postcard-worthy, and there is a good reason it is one of the most recognizable holes in all of golf.

2. Payne’s Valley

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Location: Hollister, MO, USA

Course Designer: RUNPUDRUN

Description: Payne’s Valley is an homage to Ozark’s native Hall of Famer Payne Stewart. It is the first public-access golf course designed by Tiger Woods and his golf course design firm, TGR Design. The course features wide fairways, broad earth shaping, and over 450 feet of elevation change, offering a playable yet challenging experience for golfers of all skill levels. The design includes a striking 19th hole, the Big Rock at Payne’s Valley, which plays to an island green surrounded by streams and waterfalls, creating a memorable conclusion to the round. The course is a marvel of design and in the eyes of many the flagship course on GSPro.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Payne’s Valley is the bonus 19th hole. The stunning par-3 stands out for its dramatic setting as golfers tee off from a cliff, hitting their shots over a large rock formation and a natural cavern to reach the green.

2. Cabot Cliffs

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Location: Inverness, NS, Canada

Course Designer: TEKBUD

Description: Cabot Cliffs is designed by the legendary course designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the course is exquisitely carved out of the breathtaking Cape Breton landscape, offering postcard-worthy panoramas and rich, rolling fairways. The course is known for its links style golf experience, with several holes playing directly adjacent to the coastline, providing stunning ocean views. Cabot Cliffs is a walking-only course, allowing golfers to connect with the landscape and heightening the experience of the game. The course has been consistently ranked as one of the top golf courses in the world, it is no surprise it is also one of the best GSPro courses.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Cabot Cliffs is the 16th hole, known as “The Cliffs.” This par-3 173 yard hole is situated along the edge of the cliffs, offering breathtaking views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. With a tee box perched high above the ocean, golfers must navigate their shots over a chasm to reach the green, making it a visually striking

1. Georgia Golf Club

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Location: Augusta, Georgia

Course Designer: TEKBUD

Description: Georgia Golf Club is a replica version of Augusta National Golf Club, home of the prestigious Masters Tournament. Every inch of the course evokes a sense of awe and reverence like no other. The mere mention of its name conjures images of pristine fairways, vibrant azaleas, and the iconic green jacket. Stepping onto its hallowed grounds, one is immediately struck by the sheer beauty and meticulous attention to detail that defines every corner of the property. The undulating landscape, the whispering pines, and the blooming flowers create a sensory experience that is nothing short of magical.

Signature Hole: The signature hole at Georgia Golf Club, how do you choose just one! In the end I went with the 12th Hole “Golden Bell”. It is not only one of the most famous holes in the world, but also one of the most pivotal. The short par-3 requires precision and skill, with Rae’s Creek guarding the front of the green and the iconic Hogan Bridge leading players to the putting surface. The hole just sums up everything that is Augusta.

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