Originally designed and built by William F. Bell in 1962, Soule Park Golf Course in the Ojai Valley was renovated by Gil Hanse in 2005, transforming a rather run of the mill track into one of the best municipal facilities in the Golden State.
There’s nothing flash about Southern Hills. Mature deciduous trees line many of the Bermuda grass fairways and the rough is notoriously thick and tangly.
Laid out on a confined parcel of land at East Setauket, New York, in 1917 by Devereux Emmet, the course at St George’s Golf & Country Club extends to a mere 6,200 yards, indicating that hardly a thing has changed here in a century...
Streamsong's Black course is set separately to the south of the Red and Blue courses, and it’s also bigger in scale, with a massive eleven acres devoted to its putting surfaces and their tightly mown surrounds.
Laid out on the Williams College campus in the Berkshire Mountains, Taconic Golf Club is one of the best collegiate courses in the country.
The name may sound a little arrogant and for golfers in the know, there’s no need to explain that The Country Club at Brookline was the first of its type in the USA.
University of the South students, staff (and members of the public) have enjoyed The Course at Sewanee for over 100 years and this highly regarded 9-hole layout re-opened in 2013 after a 2-year renovation by Gil Hanse.
The “Father of Golf Architecture” and the “Engineer” designed the course at The Creek so it’s not surprising that this formidable duo conspired to create a classical masterpiece.
You’ll need an invite to play here at Tokyo Golf Club but if you are lucky enough to receive one, take it immediately. This is a world-class golf course that is mature way beyond its years.
Designed by Ed Seay with Arnold Palmer in 2002, the golf course at TPC Boston underwent a significant renovation by Gil Hanse in 2007 and this work has greatly enhanced the strategic challenge.