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.
Laid out by Donald Ross in 1926, the course at Sedgefield Country Club hosted the Greensboro Open 26 times between 1938 and 1976.
Situated on the Atlantic side of Florida’s coastline, Seminole Golf Club is considered by critics to be one of the finest examples of golf course routing.
Completely surrounded on all sides by dense housing, the course at Shaker Heights Country Club is a Donald Ross design from 1916 where the old master routed several holes around a meandering creek.
Owned and operated by the town of Groton’s Parks and Recreation Department, Shennecossett Golf Course is the only public Donald Ross layout in the Constitution State.
Siwanoy Country Club was incorporated in 1901, when a 9-hole course was also established. The club moved in 1913, engaging Donald Ross to set out a new 18-course layout, and this course hosted the first PGA Championship three years later.
Skokie Country Club played host to the 1922 US Open, the first at which tickets were sold. A record number of spectators witnessed a spectacular win by 20-year-old Gene Sarazen.
One of the best value courses in the Sandhills, Southern Pines is a classic, old-fashioned 6,300-yard Donald Ross layout that should not be overlooked by golfers visiting the Pinehurst area.
Springfield Country Club was formed in 1898, but the course in play today is a 1922 Donald Ross design where a number of important events have been staged down the years...
The St Charles Country Club in Winnipeg was founded in 1904 and Donald Ross redesigned its 18-hole golf course in 1919.