Lahontan Golf Club is located to the north of Lake Tahoe on land that was once home to the Washoe Indians in the spectacular Martis Valley.
Loch Lomond Golf Club is set in more than 600 acres of sheltered seclusion, sandwiched between the mountains and the historic lochside.
Situated ten miles southwest of downtown Fort Worth, Mira Vista Country Club was formed in the mid-1980s, when Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish routed an 18-hole layout around a 625-acre residential development.
The golf course at the Ocean Club is routed around wetlands, waste areas and lagoons, with “Spyglass,” the 208-yard 12th one of the most memorable holes on the card.
Set out on the west side of the Lake of the Ozarks, the semi-private course at Old Kinderhook Resort & Golf Club is a Tom Weiskopf layout that blends in beautifully with its lakeside setting.
The Cliffs is the most scenic of the three layouts at the Olympic Club. Designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, this 9-hole par three course is short but it’s a challenging little beauty...
The Ridge at Castle Pines North is one of Colorado’s premier public courses, with fairways set out in the foothills of the Front Range by Tom Weiskopf in the late 1990s.
Seven Canyons lies in a stunning setting on the central Arizona plateau in the middle of Sedona's red rock landscape where its location has been described as “like playing classic golf in the basin of the Grand Canyon.”
Occupying a rather hilly site to the north east of Olathe, the fairways at the Shadow Glen Golf Club are routed along rocky ridges and through wooded valleys.
Arriving three decades after the first course was unveiled at the 72-hole Shanty Creek Resort, the fairways of Cedar River course were set out on the slopes of Schuss Mountain by Tom Weiskopf.