The Homestead mountain setting is truly delightful and the Cascades golf course looks totally natural with its ponds, streams and slopes, but the fairways were blasted through the limestone using tons of dynamite.
For those readers who associate Inverness with a certain shy little Nessie, we can tell you that the Inverness Club has absolutely nothing to do with the Loch Ness monster.
With holes routed across this unusually hilly site between acres of pine, oak and palmetto, it’s no surprise that the Hills golf course at Jupiter Hills Club is so well regarded and so fiercely protected by its membership.
Kenwood Country Club was founded in 1930 by members of Cincinnati Country Club. Donald Ross was called in to help choose an appropriate property on the city outskirts, but Bill Diddel was selected to fashion two courses...
The expansion of Interstate 71 has had such a dramatic impact to Kenwood Country Club's Kenview course that it now has some original holes, some that are only a few decades old, and others which are just a few years old.
Site of the US Amateur Championships in 1956, the classic old parkland golf course at the Knollwood Club is a CH Alison layout from 1924 that has been altered in more recent times by Larry and Roger Packard.
Founded in 1905, when James Foulis set out a 9-hole course for the membership, Memphis Country Club expanded its original layout to eighteen holes in 1915, with Donald Ross somehow managing to fit the fairways into a 105-acre property...
When Merion Golf Club was founded in 1896, Philadelphians were more likely to play cricket than golf. They even sent touring cricket teams to England!
Minikahda – whose name comes from two Sioux Indian words meaning “by the side of the water” – dates back to 1898 when an amazing total of 600 members formed the club...
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.