The parkland styled course at Eagle Springs is set in Wolcott’s Vail Valley and it’s a very private golf club that boasts a 1995 Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf design.
Located to the north of Colorado Springs, The Club at Flying Horse is home to a very modern, though somewhat restrained, Tom Weiskopf design that features mature trees, natural rock formations, interesting aquatic hazards and elevation changes.
Located way off the beaten track, at a latitude further north than Toronto in Canada, the Tom Weiskopf-designed Forest Dunes Golf Club lies within a 1,200-acre estate...
Opened in 1988, the Canyon course at Forest Highlands Golf Club was created by the design duo of Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. It is currently the premier golf course in the State of Arizona, set amongst Ponderosa Pine, Oak and Aspen trees at 7,000 feet above sea level.
Set to the north of its older sibling, the longer of the two 18-hole layouts at Forest Highlands Golf Club, Tom Weiskopf’s Meadow course debuted in 1999, twelve years after the unveiling of his Canyon course co-design with Jay Morrish.
Formerly known as Adam’s Mountain Country Club before a change of ownership in 2015, Frost Creek sits next to the White River National Forest, offering members a variety of outdoor sporting activities including this Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole layout.
Six of the tree-lined fairways touch the shoreline of scenic Lake Oconee on Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish's 1991 design at the Harbor Club. The all-water carry par three 17th is rated one of the best short holes in the state.
Set out on the Big Island’s Kona-Kohala Coast, the private Ke‘olu is a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course that's one of two 18-hole layouts to be found at the Hualalai resort.
Opened for play in 2010, the Kukui'ula golf course is a Tom Weiskopf design, where sand-capped Paspalum fairways are laid out within a 216-acre upmarket real estate development on the south coast of Kauai...
The Resort course at the 36-hole La Cantera Golf Club hosted fifteen editions of the Texas Open, starting the year that the Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish layout first opened for play in 1995.