There are few courses with no weaknesses, but the Riviera Country Club can take the moniker. It’s a truly remarkable golf course routed across less than ideal terrain.
The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort is located in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains, by the flowing waters of the Delaware River, where it opened up in 1911 as the Buckwood Inn.
Formed in 1916, South Bend Country Club was designed by Chicagoan George O’Neil and was host to the Western Open in 1935. In recent years the course has been chosen as the venue for a number of prestigious Indiana state events.
Among American collegiate golf courses, only Yale is regarded as a better layout than Stanford University. Tom Watson and Tiger Woods developed their games here whilst playing on Stanford golf teams.
Stillwater Country Club was Donald Sechrest’s inaugural design, which opened in 1966. Host to numerous important state championships, Stillwater plays tougher than its modest 6524 yards.
Part of a massive residential development that features 45 golf holes, the Dye course at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club is an interesting and challenging Pete and Alice Dye design that first opened for play in 1988.
Laid out on the Williams College campus in the Berkshire Mountains, Taconic Golf Club is one of the best collegiate courses in the country.
The Concession Golf Club is set in a 1,200-acre private community on Florida’s Gulf Coast. The club was inspired by the moment that has been referred to as the “greatest single sporting gesture ever”.
The Honors Course is set in a secret valley to the north of Chattanooga and it’s another jewel in America’s golf course crown.
The University of Michigan Golf Course is home to the Wolverine men's and women's golf teams. Designed by Alister MacKenzie, the course opened in 1931 and underwent a $3.3 million restoration in 1992.