Not only was Shinnecock Hills Golf Club one of the five founding members of the USGA but also it was where one of the first specifically designed golf clubhouses was built.
When you arrive at Shoreacres (after your mandatory invite) you can almost feel a throwback in time to the 1920s as you approach the David Alder clubhouse.
Designed by C. B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor, the legendary golf course at Sleepy Hollow Country Club sits high above the Hudson River on a 338-acre site formerly owned by William Rockefeller and Frank Vanderlip…
Members of Somerset Country Club will celebrate the centenary of their course’s formation in 2019. It’s an old Seth Raynor design that has been substantially altered down the years.
Situated in close proximity to Shinnecock Hills and the National Golf Links of America, the course at Southampton Golf Club flies under the radar, which is just how this private club likes it.
Mike DeVries completed the upgrade of the original Seth Raynor layout at Sunningdale Country Club in 2016, rebuilding the greens and rerouting the last three holes to provide a more exciting finish.
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.
The venue for the Hawaiian Open since 1965, the course at Waialae Country Club is a much-modified Seth Raynor layout that sadly only retains fleeting glimpses of its original design.
Founded in 1922 and designed by Seth Raynor, Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club is set close to Narragansett Bay and it’s one of only a few courses in the US with a view of the ocean from every hole.
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.