Golf Course Guru Statistics

Random lists that I keep on a spreadsheet for some unknown, highly geek related, reason.

Number of courses played in each state (600 total courses)

  1.   Idaho, 78
  2.   Utah, 70
  3.   California, 37
  4.   Nevada, 35
  5.   Washington, 35
  6.   Arizona, 28
  7.   Oregon, 27
  8.   Texas, 26
  9.   Hawaii, 25
  10.   Colorado, 20
  11.   Montana, 19
  12.   New York, 17
  13.   North Carolina, 17
  14.   Ireland, 16
  15.   Georgia, 15
  16.   South Carolina, 13
  17.   New Jersey, 12
  18.   Florida, 11
  19.   Illinois, 9
  20.   Wisconsin, 8
  21.   Indiana, 7
  22.   Minnesota, 7
  23.   Nebraska, 7
  24.   Wyoming, 7
  25.   Michigan, 6
  26.   Nova Scotia, 6
  27.   Maryland, 5
  28.   Pennsylvania, 5
  29.   Prince Edward Island, 5
  30.   Massachusetts, 4
  31.   New Mexico, 4
  32.   Puerto Rico, 4
  33.   Virginia. 3
  34.   Alabama, 2
  35.   Kansas, 2
  36.   Oklahoma, 2
  37.   Tennessee, 2
  38.   Connecticut, 1
  39.   Kentucky, 1
  40.   Louisiana, 1
  41.   Ohio, 1

20 architects whose different course designs I have visited the most

  1.   Jack Nicklaus, 39
  2.   Tom Fazio, 36
  3.   Pete Dye, 19
  4.   Robert Trent Jones Jr., 19
  5.   Tom Weiskopf, 17
  6.   Donald Ross, 15
  7.   Robert Trent Jones Sr., 13
  8.   Arnold Palmer, 12
  9.   Rees Jones, 12
  10.   Ben Crenshaw/Bill Coore, 10
  11.   Jim Engh, 11
  12.   William Howard Neff, 10
  13.   A. W. Tillinghast, 9
  14.   William Neff, 9
  15.   Arthur Hills, 8
  16.   Tom Doak, 8
  17.   William F. Bell, 8
  18.   Gene Bates, 7
  19.   Jay Morrish, 6
  20.   John Fought, 6
  21.   John Harbottle, 6

Number of courses played categorized by year built

  1.   2000-Now, 185
  2.   1990-1999, 148
  3.   1980-1989, 60
  4.   1960-1979, 98
  5.   1940-1959, 17
  6.   1880-1939, 92