Designed by Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, the course at Olde Stonewall Golf Club is set out in two distinct circuits with a low country front nine and an undulating back nine that exhibits a number of elevation changes.
In 2002, eighty years after A.W. Tillinghast’s classic old Wissahickton course debuted at the Philadelphia Cricket Club, the club unveiled its new 18-hole Militia Hill course, which was laid out over an old Revolutionary War encampment by the design duo, Hurdzan and Fry.
Set at an altitude of over 8,700 feet, the spectacular Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is an old 18-hole mountain layout that was reworked by Tom Lehman in collaboration with the design duo of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry.
The Hurdzan and Fry-designed Pramerica course made its debut at Royal Park Golf I Roveri in 2006, thirty-five years after the Robert Trent Jones layout opened for play.
The Shelter Harbor Golf Club course was unveiled in 2005 and this modern layout is a Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry production that’s characterised by its rough-edged, bearded bunkers.
The 36-hole golf complex at the Country Club of St Albans lies inside an enormous 5,400-acre residential property with fairways set out along scenic mountain valleys. The Tavern Creek course arrived in 1997, five years after the 18-hole Lewis & Clark layout.
The course at Troy Burne Golf Club is a late 1990’s golfing collaboration – designed by Dr Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, in conjunction with Tom Lehman – where water comes into play at no fewer than eight of the holes.
Centrepiece of a new millennium residential development, the course of The Golf Club at Turner Hill is a Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry ensemble that opened for play in 2004.
WeaverRidge Golf Club was created in the late 1990s making the very best use of a landscape formed thousands of years ago by retreating glacial action.
Laid out around an old stone quarry, Wild Rock Golf Club at the Wilderness has been described as “a wild ride, with sand and gravel mounds, boulder-strewn streams and staggering vistas”.