Opened in 1986 and designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Poppy Hills is the youngest course at Pebble Beach, which co-hosted the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am from 1991 to 2009.
Ghost Creek is the Robert Cupp and John Faught-designed course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club that you can play; Witch Hollow is the one you can’t.
There are three nine-hole loops at Ridgewood Country Club, West, East and Center, which refer to their location relative to their fabulous Clifford Wendehack designed clubhouse.
Located beside the Schmeeckle Reserve to the north of Stevens Point, SentryWorld Golf Course is a 1982 Robert Trent Jones Jnr design that winds its way round a couple of huge spring-fed lakes.
Somerset Hills Country Club is a Jekyll and Hyde course that's routed around flat, open, links-like terrain of a former racetrack going out, and across hilly, dense woodland coming home.
The Sycamore Hills Golf Club site undulates gently with the narrow Aboite River having been used to great effect. Mature sycamore, oak and fir trees frame many holes.
Renovated by John Steidel in 1989 when he added three new holes, the short, tree-lined old course at Tacoma Country & Golf Club is more than a century old.
The name may sound a little arrogant and for golfers in the know, there’s no need to explain that The Country Club at Brookline was the first of its type in the USA.
The 18-hole New course at Trump National, Bedminster is a Tom Fazio II design and its unveiling in 2008 doubled the number of holes that are available for play at this impressive facility.
The Trump National Old course at Bedminster was designed by Tom Fazio and it opened for play as a private members track in 2004.