- <p>California — $4.8 billion</p>
- <p>Florida — $4.7 billion</p>
- <p>Texas — $2.4 billion</p>
- <p>NORTH CAROLINA — $1.7 billion</p>
- <p>New York — $1.6 billion</p>
- <p>2016 — $22.164 billion</p>
- <p>2017 — $21.884 billion</p>
- <p>2018 — $21.695 billion</p>
- <p>2019 — $22.837 billion</p>
- <p>2020 — $22.389 billion</p>
Step to the tee among stunning mountains, rolling hills, or beautiful beaches. North Carolina offers 400-plus courses, with temperatures that allow play year-round. Golf Digest has rated 96 N.C. courses as four-stars or higher.
The North Carolina Golf Panel has ranked the Tar Heel State’s best courses, determined by averaging point totals based a minimum of 40 panelists who voted for a course. Panelists only voted for courses they’d played.
What determines a state’s golfiness? Lots of factors. Pairing National Golf Foundation data with some subjective analysis from Golf.com’s Joe Passov, we calculated a golfiness rating for every state in the union.
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