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History of Nine Bridges

2017

Ranked the 1st in 10 Best Courses in Korea for 6 Consecutive times by Golf Digest

2016

Ranked 79th in the World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest

2015

Hosted 11th World Club Championship(WCC) Ranked 43rd in the Top 100 Courses in the World by U.S. GOLF Magazine. Ranked the 1st in 10 Best Courses in Korea for 5 Consecutive times by Golf Digest Ranked the 1st in 10 Best Courses in Korea for 7 Consecutive times by Seoul Economics GOLF Magazine

2014

Ranked 59th in the World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest

2013

Voted the No. 1 Course in Korea for 4 consecutive times by Korea Golf Digest Ranked 45th in the Top 100 Courses in the World by U.S Golf Magazine Voted the 1st in 10 Best Courses in Korea for 6 consecutive times by Seoul Economics Golf Magazine

2012

2012 Ranked 33th in Top 100 Coures outside the United states by US Golf Digest Asian Golf Monthly Award "Best Course in Asia Pacific & Best Course in Korea

2011

Hosted the 8th World Club Championship (WCC)

2009

Hosted the 7th World Club Championship (WCC) Ranked 55th in Top 100 Courses in the World by US Golf Magazine Ranked 1st in 10 Best Courses in Korea for 4 consecutive times by Seoul Economics Golf Magazine Voted the No.1 Course in Korea by Korea Golf Digest Ranked 64th in 100 Best Course outside the United States by US Golf Digest

2007

Ranked 60th in Top 100 Courses in the World by US Golf Magazine Voted the No.1 Course in Korea for 3 consecutive times by Seoul Economics Golf Magazine Hosted the 5th World Club Championship (WCC) Voted the No.1 Course in Korea by Korea Golf Digest Ranked 45th in 100 Best Course outside the United States by US Golf Digest

2005

The Fourth CJ Nine Bridges Classic Tournament Winner : Ji-Yeong, LEE Ranked 95th in Top 100 Courses in the world By Golf Magazine (US) Selected as Korea’s Best Number One Course, Seoul Economy Golf Magazine The Third World Club Champoinship Grand Prize in Management, CJ Only One Award

2004

Opening of Public Course (6 holes) Ranked 3rd. Asia’s Top 50 Golf Course, Deutsche Bank The Third CJ Nine Bridges Classic Tournament Winner : Grace Park The Second World Club Championship World Top 100 Private Course, US Golf Magazine 2004

2003

The second CJ Nine Bridges Classic Tournament Winner : Shi-Hyun, Ahn Selected as Korea’s Best number One Course. Seoul Economy Golf Magazine

2002

First opening of the CJ Nine Bridges Classic First Tournament Winner : Se-Ri Pak First Opening of the Woeld Club Championship Commencement of Pubric Course Construction

2001

Skin Game Opening. First Official Competition. First Tournament Winner : Grace Park The Club at Nine Bridges’ Open Official Opening of 18 Holes

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