Built on the side of a hill next to the west shore of Upper Mystic Lake, the fairways at Winchester Country Club are laid out side by side due to the lie of the land...
Wedged between two main highways on the western outskirts of Minneapolis, the course at Woodhill Country Club is a strong Donald Ross layout that dates back to 1917.
Everyone interested in golf knows, or ought to know, that Worcester Country Club hosted the inaugural Ryder Cup match between the USA and Great Britain in 1927.
Wykagyl Country Club is one of the many underappreciated gems located in Westchester County, just a few miles to the north of New York City.
The William Wilson course at York Golf & Tennis Club is a Donald Ross design that’s named after the Scottish professional who served the club for over sixty years.
The Walter Travis-designed course at Youngstown Country Club was only his third 18-hole layout after Ekwanok in 1899 and Salisbury Links (now Cherry Valley Club) in 1907 and the cost of construction was reputed to be in the region of $75,000.
Finishing in rather unusual style with a par three hole, the course at Zanesville Country Club is a rare Donald Ross co-design, laid out in collaboration with top Chicago amateur Chick Evans in the early 1930s.