New York City is no longer just the playground of a young and wealthy elite.
It is the world’s capital of golf, and the most important city for players to find the next big thing in golf.
The rankings published on Monday reflect the views of the players, managers, sponsors, clubs and tournaments, who comprise the world golf community.
The Times’ list, which ranks the 50 most-visited golf courses, includes courses that play a central role in the sport’s history, such as the legendary St. Andrews, which was named in 1875 and has been home to professional golfers such as Pete Sampras and PGA champion Jimmy Walker since the 1930s.
The New York club ranks No. 2 in the world in terms of player visits and player revenue.
The list also includes the top ranked courses in New York, and includes the likes of PGA Tour champions like Bubba Watson, who recently finished a career-best 13th at the US Open, and Dustin Johnson, who finished in the top 10 at the Australian Open last week.
The list is based on the average attendance of each player, and there is no ranking of top-ranked courses.
It uses data from Golf Digest, which calculates average crowds at venues based on their population.
A large part of the rankings come from data gathered by the International Tour, a golf association that tracks players and sponsors.
In 2018, the Tour hosted its biggest tournament in its history at PGA Championship, and saw a total of 934 players attend, according to Golf Digest data.
The players who have made the list are not necessarily the most well-known or well-paid.
The top-earning players in the game earn more than $1 million annually.
The rankings are compiled by Golf Digest and are based on data from its player database.
While some players have earned more than their share of money, the rankings represent a far cry from the days of the likes a Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
The top-rated courses are located at the highest echelons of golf.
They include the PGA World Tour Championship, the Masters Championship, PGA Championships, the Ryder Cup, the PBC Tour, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the WGC-Mexico Championship and the U.S. Open.
The number of players on each of the top-ranking courses is based solely on attendance, but a handful of the more obscure ones make the list.
The PGA Legends, a course in the Bahamas, is not ranked on the rankings, according the Times.
The course is the only course on the list with fewer than 20 players.
Players such as Phil Mickels son Jason, who is the youngest golfer on the Times’ rankings list, earn their money through sponsorships and sponsorships alone, the Times said.
The golf industry’s top earners include the Golf Channel and Puma, both of which have major financial stakes in the field.
While many golf courses are well-maintained, the list also features several facilities that are in disrepair, including a defunct racetrack in Texas and a defunct course in New Hampshire.
A former venue in Louisiana also recently closed.
The golf business is growing in the United States, with more than 20 million players playing in the U, United Kingdom, Australia and the rest of Europe.
The majority of the courses on the New York list are located in New Jersey, which is home to some of the most popular courses in the country, the New Jersey Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, which owns and operates New York’s PGA Club.
The main course of the PPG Memorial is at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, N.H. It was named for the legendary golfer John Parr, who won three major championships at the venue in the 1930, 1941 and 1944.
The PGA Golf Tour also has a huge footprint in New England, and is owned by the PGL golf club.
The tours events, which typically attract millions of spectators, include the Barclays or Masters Championship in New Haven, Conn., the Pardon Memorial at the Connecticut State Fairgrounds, the Par-3 Championship at St. Jude’s Regional Center in Charleston, S.C., the FedExCup Championship at Valhalla Park in Binghamton, N,Y., and the FedExEagle Championship in Manchester, N., in England.
The U.K.’s Ryder Cup is also broadcast on the PGN and PGN Classic channels.