Originally designed in 1894 by Lawrence Van Etten, the course at Knollwood Country Club was last remade by a who’s who of Golden Age architects: A.W. Tillinghast, Seth Raynor (who died before the course was completed) and Charles Banks. Canadian Ian Andrew completed a remarkable restoration in 2016.
Lakewood Country Club is the only golf course in the state of Ohio that was designed by A.W. Tillinghast, one of a number of Golden Age routings in the Cleveland area. The club twice played host to The Cleveland Open (1966, 1968), hosting the PGA’s best.
Featuring a very fine trio of “Redan,” “Eden” and “Alps” replica holes, the golf course at Longue Vue Club pays more than mere lip service to the origins of the game.
The Metropolis Country Club course has been touched by several prominent architects down the years: originally designed by Herbert Strong, it was remodelled by A. W. Tillinghast, reconfigured by Joe Finger then lengthened by Ken Dye in the late 1990s.
Myers Park Country Club began with an A.W. Tillinghast-designed 9-hole course which Donald Ross subsequently extended to an 18-hole layout. Several architects, such as Rees Jones, Bobby Weed and Kris Spence, have since made alterations to the course that staged the 1956 U.S. Women's Amateur.
Newport Country Club is private, exclusive and also one of the original five founding member clubs of the United States Golf Association.
A.W. Tillinghast laid out the course at the Niagara Falls Country Club at Lewiston (home of the Porter Cup) in 1919. The course has been altered down the years, first by Robert Trent Jones, then by Geoff Cornish and Brian Silva, before Tripp Davis was called in to rediscover the origins.
The Oak Hills Country Club course in San Antonio hosted the Texas Open 19 times between 1961 and 1994. Its tight, tree-lined fairways were fashioned by A.W. Tillinghast in 1922...
A.W. Tillinghast designed the Oaks Country Club in 1920, which was expertly renovated in 2015 by Bill Bergin, breathing new life into this Golden Age classic.
Old Oaks Country Club features one of the more rare design / construction collaborations in golf course architecture. Certainly A.W. Tillinghast has many designs in New York, but very few were constructed by C.H. Alison...