Dating back to 1897, Wentworth by the Sea Country Club started out with a 9-hole course laid out by George Wright that was later revised by Donald Ross. Geoffrey Cornish added nine new holes in the 1960s.
The Donald Ross-designed course at Westbrook Country Club dates back to 1922 and it’s hosted many regional and national events down the years, including the Ohio Seniors Golf Association Championship and the PGA Junior Series Championship.
Laid out within a 170-acre property in the Detroit suburb of Redford, the Donald Ross-designed 18-hole layout at The Golf and Country Club (as Western Golf & Country Club was originally called) made its debut back in 1927.
Donald Ross laid out the original 9-hole course at Weston Golf Club in 1917, returning five years later to add another nine. Geoff Cornish replaced two holes (the 11th and 12th) in 1965 and all the bunkers were upgraded in 2003.
Named after the nightjar bird that can be heard around the golf course, Whippoorwill Club dates back to the early 1920s when Donald Ross fashioned an 18-hole layout...
With modest length, White Bear Yacht Club requires accuracy rather than length from the tee. If you suffer from a lack of balance, it might not be the golf course for you as you will seldom get a flat stance.
Squeezed into a tight and rather hilly property, the course at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club hosted the 1934 U.S. Women's Amateur and the Philadelphia Open between 1963 and 1980. Five of its holes utilize the Wissahickon Creek as an intimidating water hazard.
Situated in Blackstone Valley, the course at Whitinsville Golf Club was established by Donald Ross in the mid-1920s and it’s widely regarded as one of the best 9-hole layouts in the entire country.
Gil Hanse has been consulting at Wianno Club since 2012 and we’re sure he’d agree that Wianno’s short-legged, giraffe-shaped routing gives Cape Cod’s striking fishhook form a run for its money.
The old Donald Ross design at Wilmington Municipal Golf Course has been stretched down the years to 6,784 yards from the back tees, playing to a par of 71. John Fought rejuvenated Wilmington’s greensites and drainage in 2014.