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.
Newport Country Club is private, exclusive and also one of the original five founding member clubs of the United States Golf Association.
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 with Jay Morrish making some modifications in the 1980s.
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 was founded in 1936 with the merger of Oak Ridge and Purchase Country Club. Despite losing a third of A. W. Tillinghast’s original 27-hole layout to road construction, 18 of the old master’s holes endure.
Created for the Austro-Hungarian born Adolph Zukor, film mogul and founder of Paramount Pictures, the course at Paramount Country Club was originally designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1920.
A.W. Tillinghast crafted the Flourtown golf course at The Philadelphia Cricket Club in 1922. In the new millennium, the layout was renamed Wissahickon, after the creek which borders the property.
Venue for the USPGA Championships in 1937, the course at Pittsburgh Field Club is a rather hilly and much-modified Alex Findlay design from 1915.
The course at Quaker Ridge Golf Club is one of the most unheralded layouts in the USA and only those in the know have heard of it, and only the lucky few have played it.