Operated by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, the Mallard Pointe Golf Course is a well-regarded tree-lined Bob Cupp design that’s located on the southern shores of Sardis Lake, around an hour’s drive south of Memphis, Tennessee.
The raison d’être of the Old Waverly Golf Club is "capturing the essence of the Scottish Highlands within the graceful setting of the Old South."
Ghost Creek is the Robert Cupp and John Faught-designed course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club that you can play; Witch Hollow is the one you can’t.
The Witch Hollow course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club has already hosted several major golf tournaments, including the 1997 and 2003 US Women’s Open...
Situated on the historic Annandale Plantation, the course at Reunion Golf and Country Club has been used in recent times for USGA Amateur Qualifying in the state of Mississippi.
Having designed the original course (The Landing) at Reynolds Lake Oconee in 1986, Bob Cupp returned two years later to complete work on his second eighteen holes at the resort, a layout which has since been renamed The Preserve.
The Landing course was the first 18-hole layout to appear at Reynolds Lake Oconee in 1986. Designed by Bob Cupp, it actually started out as the Port Amor Country Club before it was acquired by the resort.
Laid out by architects Bob Cupp and John Fought, the course at Rush Creek Golf Club played host to the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in 2004.
The Club at Savannah Harbor’s fairways are set out on Hutchinson Island in the Savannah River, where holes weave in and out of natural wetland areas.
With stunning views of the Atlantic City skyline, the old-fashioned links-like Bay course at the Seaview Hotel and Golf Club was designed by Hugh Wilson in 1914 and completed by Donald Ross the following year.