Founded in 1892 as Fairfield County Golf Club, making it one of the oldest in America, the club subsequently changed its name to Greenwich Country Club then called in Seth Raynor to redesign the original 18-hole layout.
The course at Hackensack Golf Club is a Seth Raynor design that was built by Charles Banks in the late 1920s. Featuring replica Redan, Short and Biarritz holes, the layout has recently been restored by Rees Jones.
The Hotchkiss School is surrounded by its Seth Raynor-designed 9-hole golf course where in 1924 Raynor formed a friendship with English teacher Charles Banks that would later develop into a design partnership.
CB Macdonald’s associate Seth Raynor and assistant Charles Banks laid out the course in 1926, but it would take another seventy years before a Brian Silva restoration completed the project satisfactorily.
Metairie Country Club dates back to 1922 and the course is an original Seth Raynor design. Changes have been made to the layout down the years but there’s still plenty of Golden Age character to be savoured here.
Seth Raynor designed the course at Midland Hills Country Club in 1920. Unfortunately, many alterations to the layout have been made down the years, including a new millennium renovation, eroding much of the original architect’s work.
Formerly known as Bloomington Country Club, Minnesota Valley Country Club is the proud owner of a Seth Raynor course dating back to 1924 that features a selection of replica holes like the Redan 2nd, the Biarritz 7th and Eden 12th.
The Dunes course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club is a 1926 Seth Raynor layout that Robert Hunter completed. It was remodeled by Rees Jones in 1999 and renovated by Fazio Design in 2016.
Morris County Golf Club was “founded in 1894 as a women-only club and hosted the 1896 US Women’s Amateur before being co-opted by the husbands – and hosting the men’s version two years later."
Seth Raynor moved very little earth at Mountain Lake. The holes sit on rolling terrain not typically associated with Florida.