U.S. Amateur host courses

Oklahoma City

5th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club was the venue for the US Amateur Championship in 1953 and its tree-lined course weaves over a rolling landscape where water comes into play at more than half the holes.

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Olympia Fields (North)

6th Illinois - Best in Area

Apart from the North course, Olympia Fields Country Club owns the world’s largest clubhouse, which took two years to build and cost a whopping $1.3 million way back in 1925.

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Onwentsia

17th Illinois - Best in Area

The course at Onwentsia Club is a late 19th century layout, host to the 1906 US Open, the 1899 US Amateur and 1915 US Women’s Amateur, which extends nowadays to a modest 6,645 yards from the tips.

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Plainfield

3rd New Jersey - Best in Area 57th USA Ranking 66th North America Ranking

The name, Plainfield Country Club, is understated and perhaps suggests an ordinary run-of-the-mill golf course but we can assure you, plain it is not.

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Riviera

4th California - Best in Area 18th USA Ranking 18th North America Ranking 33rd World Ranking

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.

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U.S. Amateur Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 75
2 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 67
3 James VanArsdall Courses Played 64
4 Bob McCoy Courses Played 61
5 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 57
= Mark White Courses Played 57
7 James Gold Courses Played 55
8 Joshua Asher Courses Played 51
9 Scott Wilson Courses Played 50
10 Andrew J. Courses Played 49