The West course at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs is one of two spectacular 18-hole courses available for play to members, their guests and residents of the hotel.
Broadmoor Country Club’s Donald Ross-designed course was inaugurated in the early 1920s and it still retains its Golden Age charm, despite the fact that playing corridors have narrowed somewhat by the growth of trees down the years.
The course at Brook-Lea Country Club in Rochester is a Donald Ross design dating back to 1926. Unusually, both nines are configured to return to the clubhouse via par threes at the 9th and 18th holes.
In 2003, the course at Brookside Country Club was completely renovated to recapture the essence of the original Donald Ross design.
Located next to the University of Vermont campus, the course at Burlington Country Club is a Donald Ross design that underwent a comprehensive restoration by Dr Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry in the late 1990s.
Formed in 1903, Camden Country Club secured the services of Donald Ross in the late 1920s to transform its 18-hole layout into one of the Palmetto State’s most challenging courses.
Cape Fear Country Club was established in 1896 and is the oldest private country club in North Carolina. In the early days the club relocated twice, however, the course in play nowadays is a 1922 Donald Ross creation which Ross subsequently revised more than once.
The course at the Carolina Golf Club in Charlotte is a Donald Ross layout that dates back to 1929. Water comes into play at seven holes, most notably at the 373-yard 18th where a pond lies to the front and left of the home green.
Ron Prichard has been retained by members of Cedar Rapids Country Club to oversee the faithful restoration of a course that’s said to be the only Donald Ross-designed layout in the Hawkeye state.
Host for the stroke-play qualifying rounds for the US Amateur Championship in 2013, the course at Charles River Country Club dates back to 1921 and it’s one of the most authentic Donald Ross layouts to be found in New England.