Briar’s Creek Golf Club is situated on St.John’s Island, South Carolina and was opened in 2002 as a private club.
Host venue for the 2010 US Amateur Public Links championship, the Champions course at Bryan Park Golf is a Rees Jones-designed layout which has seven of its holes routed around the sparkling waters of Lake Townsend.
One of two 18-hole layouts operating at Carmel Country Club, the South course is a George Cobb design dating back to 1950 which nowadays extends to just over 7,000 yards from the back tees, playing to a par of 72.
Cascata is an Italian word for waterfall so it will come as no surprise that the predominant feature of the Cascata course is a high cascading waterfall.
There are four courses at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club but the one most golfers want to play is the world-renowned No.4 course, otherwise known as "Dubsdread".
Venue for the PGA Championship in 1967 when Don January lifted the famous old Wanamaker Trophy, the course at Columbine Country Club was laid out by Henry Hughes a decade before it came to national prominence...
The James River course is one of three impressive 18-hole layouts used by members of the Country Club of Virginia and it was originally laid out by William Flynn in 1928, five years after he designed the acclaimed Cascades course at The Homestead...
Laid out on a gently rolling landscape, the course at Dacotah Ridge Golf Club is characterised by trademark Rees Jones bunker complexes.
The Ralston Creek golf course at Daniel Island Club is a Rees Jones design that was unveiled in 2006, six years after Tom Fazio’s Beresford Creek layout debuted at the same location.
Perry Maxwell submitted the original plans for a course at Duke University Golf Club but the Second World War intervened and the layout in play today is an early Robert Trent Jones design that opened in 1957.