Founded in 1911, the Country Club of Orlando is one of the oldest country clubs in Florida and their old Donald Ross-designed course has undergone a number of renovations down the years... But was Donald Ross really the architect?
Established in 1896, Dallas Country Club engaged Tom Bendelow to lay out the original course for the membership in 1910. Much has changed since then, including a late 1990s upgrade by Jay Morrish.
All profits from East Lake Golf Club go to support the local community. East Lake now stands for hope in Atlanta as well as tradition.
Edina Country Club dates back to 1923 and one year later Tom Bendelow fashioned the club’s first 18-hole course. Tom Lehman and Chris Brands renovated the layout in 2011 retaining much of Bendelow’s original design.
Completely surrounded by housing, with a road and railway track cutting through the property, the old Tom Bendelow course at Golden Valley Country Club does its very best to keep the modern world at bay.
Located approximately 8 miles southwest of downtown Chicago, La Grange Country Club was established in 1899 and moved to its present location in 1913 to a Tom Bendelow and William Langford-designed 18-hole course with a routing of outer and inner nines.
Lakewood Country Club was originally fashioned by Tom Bendelow in 1912 and so it remained until Texan Ralph Plummer redesigned the course in 1948. Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore have since twice revitalised the course.
Tom Bendelow set out the original course at Lakewood Country Club in 1908 and eight years later this layout was redesigned by Donald Ross. Ahead of the US Women’s Amateur in 1965, Press Maxwell redesigned six of the holes.
In its formative years, Lambton Golf & Country Club hosted four Canadian Amateur Championships and also four Canadian Opens, the last of which was won by Sam Snead in 1941.
Maketewah Country Club was formed in 1910 and its original Tom Bendelow-designed course was refashioned within a decade of it opening by Donald Ross.