Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club was the venue for the US Amateur Championship in 1953 and its tree-lined course weaves over a rolling landscape where water comes into play at more than half the holes.
Perry Maxwell took advantage of the hills to create a brilliant set of undulating greens with steep swales and strong contours at the Old Town Club.
Omaha Country Club was founded in 1899 but it relocated to its present site in 1926. It’s been suggested that Wayne Stiles and Johan Van Kleek designed the club’s new course when it moved but, in The Life and Work of Wayne Stiles, the authors beg to differ...
Prairie Dunes Country Club is an inland links jewel, which is set in the heart of America. The inland Kansas location is about as far away from the sea as you could possibly be but the course has many characteristics of a classic seaside links.
Laid out by Herbert Strong in 1921, the Saucon Valley Country Club’s Old course has hosted numerous national competitions, including the US Amateur (1951), two US Senior Opens and the 2009 US Women’s Open.
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.
Host to the USPGA Championship in 1935, the course at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club is a Perry Maxwell design that’s laid out on a tightly packed site close to downtown Oklahoma City.
The University of Michigan Golf Course is home to the Wolverine men's and women's golf teams. Designed by Alister MacKenzie, the course opened in 1931 and underwent a $3.3 million restoration in 1992.