U.S. Junior Amateur host courses

Oak Hills

19th Texas - Best in Area

The Oak Hills Country Club course in San Antonio hosted the Texas Open 19 times between 1961 and 1994. Its tight, tree-lined fairways were fashioned by A.W. Tillinghast in 1922...

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Ohio State University (Scarlet)

20th Ohio - Best in Area

Alister MacKenzie drew up the plans for the golf complex at Ohio State University in the early 1930s but the doctor died soon afterwards so Perry Maxwell was given the contract.

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Rancho Santa Fe

48th California - Best in Area

Laid out on a long, narrow tract of land, the 18 holes at Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club were set out by Max Behr in 1929. The routing has remained the same for over eighty years.

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Saucon Valley (Old)

12th Pennsylvania - Best in Area

Laid out by Herbert Strong in 1921, the Saucon Valley Country Club’s Old course has hosted numerous national competitions, including the US Amateur (1951), two US Senior Opens and the 2009 US Women’s Open.

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Shoal Creek

1st Alabama - Best in Area

Bob Cupp (when he was senior designer for Jack Nicklaus) designed Shoal Creek and the course opened in 1977, hosting several top-flight competitions since then.

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Stanford University

44th California - Best in Area

Among American collegiate golf courses, only Yale is regarded as a better layout than Stanford University. Tom Watson and Tiger Woods developed their games here whilst playing on Stanford golf teams.

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U.S. Junior Amateur Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 43
2 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 37
3 James VanArsdall Courses Played 36
4 Bob McCoy Courses Played 35
5 Joshua Asher Courses Played 34
6 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 33
7 Mark White Courses Played 29
8 David Harak Courses Played 26
= Bill Vostniak Courses Played 26
10 James Gold Courses Played 25