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 PGA Championship 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.
There are three nine-hole loops at Ridgewood Country Club, West, East and Center, which refer to their location relative to their fabulous Clifford Wendehack designed clubhouse.
The course at Rochester Golf & Country Club is an A W Tillinghast design that has, down the years, become a sterner challenge due to the growth of pine trees planted along the playing corridors.
The Rockaway Hunting Club claims itself to be the oldest country club in the United States, in that it is the longest-operating property in the nation that is now a country club (it gained the latter title after the club at Brookline).
Albert Warren Tillinghast was probably the greatest American golf course architect of his day and “Tilly” was the genius who crafted the course for San Francisco Golf Club in 1915.
Sands Point Golf Club was formed in 1928, when A. W. Tillinghast was invited to modify an existing 9-hole layout and construct another nine. Despite many alterations, Tilly’s trademark deep greenside bunkers survive.
The 144-acre Scarboro Golf & Country Club site was the venue of four Canadian Opens and three of these championships were decided by one stroke...