Laid out in an isolated setting on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, the firm and fast fairways, revetted bunkers and sloping greens of the course at Vineyard Golf Club evoke a distinctive style of heathland golf.
Laid out on a tight parcel of land beside the Williamette River, the course at Waverley Country Club dates back to not long after the club was formed in 1896.
Featuring the usual Seth Raynor array of replica holes, such as a Redan at the 7th and a Short at the 11th, the course at Westhampton Country Club is one of the architect’s earliest solo designs, dating back to 1915, which was restored by Gil Hanse in 2009.
Gil Hanse has been consulting at Wianno Club since 2012 and we’re sure he’d agree that Wianno’s short-legged, giraffe-shaped routing gives Cape Cod’s striking fishhook form a run for its money.
Just like the West course at Winged Foot Golf Club, the East is the work of A.W. Tillinghast and it’s another of his truly brilliant creations.
The West course at Winged Foot Golf Club is the work of A.W. Tillinghast, one of America’s greatest golf course designers, and this is Tilly’s finest creation.