The modern day 18-hole layout at Piqua Country Club is an amalgam of two nines: the first nine holes were laid out by Donald Ross in the early 1920s then Ohioan Jack Kidwell was asked to add another nine in the mid-1970s.
The name, Plainfield Country Club, is understated and perhaps suggests an ordinary run-of-the-mill golf course but we can assure you, plain it is not.
Plymouth Country Club engaged Donald Ross to set out a new 18-hole course during the 1920s. Three of the old master’s holes have since been lost but the layout remains a fine example of his work.
Point Judith Country Club was established in 1894 but the golfing element of its sporting activities only really took off when Donald Ross added nine holes to the club’s existing 9-hole layout in 1927.
Founded in 1895, Portland Country Club moved to its present coastal location twenty years after its formation. Shortly after, Donald Ross designed an 18-hole layout for the club and this relatively short course is still in play.
Host venue to an LPGA Tour event from 1966 to 1974, the 18-hole layout at Raleigh Country Club dates back to the late 1940s. It’s thought to be the very last course that Donald Ross designed.
Now open to the public, Ravisloe Country Club is a classic re-designed Donald Ross layout and one of the best public access experiences in the Chicago area.
Host to the 2011 US Women’s Amateur, Rhode Island Country Club is routed across a diverse landscape of parkland, woodland and wetlands, ending with four holes that wind around Narragansett Bay.
Donald Ross has given Tennessee several gems, but toward the end of his career he returned to bless the land with Ridgefields Golf & Athletic Club along the Holston River.
The golf course at River Oaks Country Club sits on rather flat ground next to the winding waters of Buffalo Bayou. It’s an old Donald Ross design from 1924 that was revamped by Rees Jones in the 1990s and renovated by Fazio Design in 2015.