When Tom Doak constructed the Rawls course at Texas Tech in 2003, he shifted more earth on a dead flat site than had been moved in his previous ten projects combined.
The Renaissance Club opened in April 2008 with future tournament golf in mind and it's Tom Doak's first Scottish course design.
Laid out on high ground above the Cle Elum River, the spectacular 18-hole Tumble Creek mountain golf course is an understated Tom Doak layout...
Dr Alister MacKenzie designed the Valley Club of Montecito in 1929 and by Mackenzie’s standards it is one of his more modest designs.
An under-the-radar 1907 Donald Ross design that was later modified by William Flynn, the course at Washington Golf and Country Club (the oldest private country club in Virginia) was re-imagined by Renaissance Golf Design in 2020.