Donald Ross established the 18-hole golf course at the Chevy Chase Club in 1910 but Charles Alison completely reworked the layout in 1922 and a number of architectural revisions followed down the years.
Kevin Hargrave completed a large-scale renovation of Columbus Country Club's Championship course in 2018. The architect replaced bunkers with versions more akin to the style of Donald Ross as well as adding new tees and removing more than 1,500 trees.
The original 18-hole course at Congress Lake Club was set out by Willie Park Junior in 1923 but, within a decade, it was extensively redesigned by Donald Ross when he replaced more than half the holes on the layout.
The Country Club of Birmingham's East course was renovated by George Cobb in the 1960s then by John LaFoy in the late 1980s. In the new millennium, LaFoy was called back in to perform another renovation which completed in 2019.
Donald Ross originally designed the West course at the Country Club of Birmingham but Robert Trent Jones modified it in the 1950s and Pete Dye made further changes from the mid 1980s onwards.
The golf course of the Country Club of Buffalo is a unique 1926 Donald Ross creation that makes full use of the Onondaga Formation...
Established in 1899, the Country Club of Mobile boasts a Donald Ross course that was set out for the members in 1928. The layout has been much altered, with Ron Forse carrying out the most recent renovation.
Founded in 1911, the Country Club of Orlando is one of the oldest country clubs in Florida and their old Donald Ross-designed course has undergone a number of renovations down the years...
Used for the US Women’s Open in 1953 and 1973, the golf course at the Country Club of Rochester is an old Donald Ross track that was fully restored by Gil Hanse in 2004.
In 1928, thirty years after its formation, the Country Club of Waterbury acquired more land to build a new course. Donald Ross was then chosen to fashion a new layout for the membership on this extended 200-acre tract.