Golf was played at Havertown on sand-based greens under various club names from 1895 to 1916, but Llanerch Country Club wasn’t officially formed until 1919, by which time the greens had been grassed.
Host venue for the 1944 edition of the PGA Championship, Manito Golf & Country Club boasts an A.V. Macan-designed 18-hole layout which features a large double island green in front of the clubhouse for the 9th and 18th holes.
Meadowbrook Country Club in Northville was established in 1916, when 125 acres of the old Cochran farm were purchased and Willie Park Jr. was then brought in to lay out a 6-hole course...
Medinah Country Club was originally founded in the Roaring Twenties and the objective was to create the finest country club in America.
Host venue for the last ever PGA Championship played as a match play contest in 1957, the course at Miami Valley Golf Club is an original Donald Ross design dating back to the club’s formation in 1919.
Venue for the USPGA Championships in 1959, the course at Minneapolis Golf Club is a Willie Park Jr. design from 1916 that was later rerouted by Donald Ross to accommodate a new clubhouse location.
Alec “Nipper” Campbell designed the golf course of the Moraine Country Club and it opened for play in 1930. A major Keith Foster renovation in 2015 has injected a new lease of life into this old classic.
The 7,055-yard South course at the NCR Country Club has become known as the “thinking man’s course” because accuracy rather than length is key to a good score on this heavily wooded layout.
Host to the PGA Championship in 1948 and the US Senior Amateur Championship in 2001, the West course is the longer and tougher of two 18-hole layouts at Norwood Hills Country Club...
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” Well, according to the top touring pros and the Seven Dwarfs, it’s the Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester.