How many Top 100 Courses have *you* played? Here’s a fun and easy way to find out

Shinnecock Golf Club Clubhouse

Shinneock Hills, No. 4 on GOLF's latest Top 100 U.S. ranking.

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Forget the number of holes-in-one you’ve made, or how many times you’ve broken 80 — everyone knows golf’s ultimate bragging rights lie in the number of GOLF’s Top 100 Courses you’ve conquered. (Or at least played.)  

And now it’s easier than ever to compute that figure.

In our ongoing mission to celebrate the game’s best courses in engaging ways, we’ve added a fun new function to our newly released Top 100 Courses in the U.S. list: the ability to “pin” the courses that you’ve played, which are then curated, in rank order, into your own personal list.

Step 1: “star” the courses you’ve played.

From there, you can share your custom list on Twitter or Facebook (and make all your golf pals envious); print the list and tack it to your office wall; or stare longingly at your monitor and start hatching a plan for how you’re going to get on the courses you haven’t played.

Step 2: admire your own personal list of Top 100 Courses You’ve Played.

So, how many Top 100 Courses have you played? We’d love to know! Click here to find out, then share your number with us via Twitter or Facebook.

Haven’t played many Top 100s — or any? Don’t sweat it. Our Top 100 list also makes for a pretty epic bucket list. To get you started on your quest, here are some tips from our resident Etiquetteist:   

Alan Bastable

Golf.com

As GOLF.com’s executive editor, Bastable is responsible for the editorial direction and voice of one of the game’s most respected and highly trafficked news and service sites. He wears many hats — editing, writing, ideating, developing, daydreaming of one day breaking 80 — and feels privileged to work with such an insanely talented and hardworking group of writers, editors and producers. Before grabbing the reins at GOLF.com, he was the features editor at GOLF Magazine. A graduate of the University of Richmond and the Columbia School of Journalism, he lives in New Jersey with his wife and foursome of kids.