An old Walter Travis layout from 1916, the course at Columbia Country Club hosted the US Open five years after it first opened for play. Since then, little has altered on any of the holes.
Founded in 1924 and officially opened by President Calvin Coolidge, the Congressional Country Club started out with a relatively straightforward 18-hole course designed by Devereux Emmet...
Laid out on a 209-acre tract of gently undulating land, the course at Conway Farms Golf Club is a recently lengthened Tom Fazio design from 1991 and host venue for the 2013 BMW Championship.
The Country Club of York celebrated its centenary in 1999 by hosting the 52nd edition of the US Junior Amateur Championship on its Donald Ross-designed course.
Crooked Stick Golf Club was one of Pete Dye’s first golf course commissions and it was constructed the year after he had spent some time in Scotland playing many of the traditional links...
Founded in 1887, Denver Country Club moved to its current location in 1905. A number of great architects have modified the original James Foulis course, including Donald Ross, William Flynn, Bill Coore and Gil Hanse.
Eugene Country Club is set among towering Douglas Firs where its natural setting and strategic challenge has elevated the club’s reputation as one of the best courses on the Pacific Coast.
The oldest golf club in the Roughrider state, Fargo Country Club proudly hosted the US Boys Junior Championships in 1995 and the Women’s Trans National Championships in 2001.
Flint Hills National Golf Club is situated fifteen miles east of Witchita in a hilly location covering around 240 acres. This private course was designed by Tom Fazio at a reputed cost of $18m...
Established in 1924, the course at Florence Country Club occupies a very constricted 77-acre property which has hosted two USGA events: the Girls’ Junior Championships in 1955 and the Junior Amateur Championship in 1963.