Re-opened in 2016, following a sympathetic Gil Hanse restoration, Los Angeles Country Club's South course offers a complementary playing experience to the tougher North course, with wide fairways transitioning into native grasses and no penal rough.
When Merion Golf Club was founded in 1896, Philadelphians were more likely to play cricket than golf. They even sent touring cricket teams to England!
Many will be familiar with Mossy Oak, the camouflage and outdoor lifestyle company, and this public access Gil Hanse-designed golf course of the same name opened for play in the fall of 2016...
Tucked away in the southwest corner of Donegal, Narin and Portnoo Golf Club is a links that deserves to be bracketed with many other natural, unspoilt courses that should be given greater recognition.
With many holes lined by trees, six US Opens and one Ryder Cup under its belt, the South course at Oakland Hills Country Club should be treated with respect.
The course at Ohoopee Match Club in rural Tattnall County occupies just a small portion of a 3,500-acre estate that was once used for onion production. Now owned by entrepreneur Michael Walrath, this low-key property is where the proprietor and his friends enjoy playing golf far from the madding crowd.
The Palmetto Golf Club is a monument from the dawn of US golf and the club can reasonably claim to have the country’s second oldest golf course.
Venue of the 2008 US Amateur Championship, Donald Ross’s No.4 course at the Pinehurst Resort was completely renovated by Gil Hanse in 2018, completely eradicating Tom Fazio's 1999 redesign.
The name, Plainfield Country Club, is understated and perhaps suggests an ordinary run-of-the-mill golf course but we can assure you, plain it is not.
The course at Quaker Ridge Golf Club is one of the most unheralded layouts in the USA and only those in the know have heard of it, and only the lucky few have played it.