As the name suggests, Lookout Point Country Club lies at one of the most elevated local positions on the Niagara Escarpment, just ten miles west of the world famous Falls...
The course at Louisville Country Club is one for the golfing connoisseur to savour as it’s a venerable old Walter Travis track that dates back to the mid-1900s.
The North Jersey Country Club course is an early 1920s Walter Travis design. Tom Doak thinks the contoured greens are a perfect fit for the hilly property but there are only around a dozen of the original putting surfaces left.
The Onondaga Golf & Country Club course in Fayetteville was designed by Walter Travis in 1918, twenty years after the club’s foundation. Ian Andrews altered five holes on the front nine recently but most of the original architect’s work remains.
The Round Hill Club’s course dates back to 1922 when Walter Travis laid out the fairways, though Emilio Strazza, the long term green keeper at the club, is also due enormous credit for shaping the putting surfaces.
The Plantation eighteen holes at Sea Island are a tasteful Rees Jones reworking of two old courses; an old 9-hole Walter Travis layout dating back to 1926 and a Dick Wilson 9-hole track from 1960.
Mike DeVries completed the upgrade of the original Seth Raynor layout at Sunningdale Country Club in 2016, rebuilding the greens and rerouting the last three holes to provide a more exciting finish.
The two courses at the Westchester Country Club were laid out just after the end of the Great War with the West designed as a championship layout for tournament play...
Established in 1897, Yahnundasis Golf Club engaged Walter Travis to lay out a 27-hole golf course for the membership in 1924. Nine of these holes were subsequently sold off but a solid 18-hole layout remains in play to this day.