The Dunes course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club is a 1926 Seth Raynor layout that Robert Hunter completed with advice from Alister MacKenzie. It was remodeled by Rees Jones in 1999 and renovated by Fazio Design in 2016.
Founded in 1912 by a couple of prominent local Jewish businessmen who’d been refused playing privileges at nearby golf clubs, Mountain Ridge Country Club had a 9-hole course in play soon after its formation.
Host to the PGA Championship in 1948 and the US Senior Amateur Championship in 2001, the West course is the longer and tougher of two 18-hole layouts at Norwood Hills Country Club...
A new millennium offering from Rees Jones, the course at Old Chatham Golf Club is set within a 400-acre forested property reserved exclusively for golf.
Old Warson Country Club opened for play in 1954 and it’s one of Missouri’s finest layouts. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., this undulating, tree-lined layout is a classic...
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.
A private island resort situated on the southern shore of Cape Cod, developer Norris W. Norris formed the Oyster Harbors Club in the mid-1920s and enlisted Donald Ross to design the course that remains largely intact today.
Pine Tree Golf Club is prestigious, traditional and intensely private. Also, the course represents a precise challenge and is considered to be one of Dick Wilson’s finest designs.
Ben Hogan claimed his first Major title here at Portland Golf Club, winning the 1946 PGA Championship. The following year the club played host to the Ryder Cup that nearly didn’t happen...
Prairie Dunes Country Club is an inland links jewel, which is set in the heart of America. The inland Kansas location is about as far away from the sea as you could possibly be but the course has many characteristics of a classic seaside links.