In 1990, the 18-hole Heathland layout opened for play at the Legends Golf Resort in Myrtle Beach. It was only the second course that Tom Doak had built...
Set on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Lost Dunes Golf Club, designed by Tom Doak, is set dramatically in a former sand quarry with towering dunes surrounding it.
Meacham Creek comes into play at a number of holes on the No.1 course at Medinah Country Club, most notably at the long par five 9th, once the closing hole before the nines were switched.
Right from the start the vistas are spectacular at The National Golf Club's Gunnamatta layout (formerly the Ocean course), with wonderful views over Bass Strait and most of the peninsula’s linksland.
The North Shore Country Club course is a C. B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor redesign of Devereux Emmet’s 1912 Glenwood Country Club layout. Tom Doak has since revised the course for its new owner.
The great Alister MacKenzie designed Pasatiempo and it opened for play in 1929 with a mixed exhibition foursome between Marion Hollins, Bobby Jones, Glenna Collett and Cyril Tolley.
The Renaissance Club opened in April 2008 with future tournament golf in mind and it's Tom Doak's first Scottish course design.
The course at the Riverfront Golf Club at Harbor View is the centrepiece of a resort-style residential development that also offers sporting activities such as volleyball, tennis and swimming.
The Tom Doak-designed golf course at Rock Creek Cattle Company opened for play in 2008, competing with the 10,000-foot backdrop of the sometimes snow-capped but always dramatic Flint Creek Mountain Range.
Albert Warren Tillinghast was probably the greatest American golf course architect of his day and “Tilly” was the genius who crafted the course for San Francisco Golf Club in 1915.