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.
The greens but more specifically the green sites are considered perfection, each of Salem Country Club’s holes are thoughtfully designed and cleverly routed...
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.
The Seaside course was created in the late 1920s by C.H. Alison of the great English partnership of Colt and Alison. Today's 18 holes comprise a front nine that was laid out by Joe Lee in the 1970s...
Seattle Golf Club was founded in 1900 and the course lies on a rather compact site with holes laid out around a forest of stately pine trees.
Twenty years after businessman Marvin Leonard constructed the course at Colonial, he commissioned Robert Trent Jones Snr to build another 18 holes at Shady Oaks Country Club, disregarding the advice of his friend and advisor Ben Hogan who thought the site was too hilly.
Not only was Shinnecock Hills Golf Club one of the five founding members of the USGA but also it was where one of the first specifically designed golf clubhouses was built.
Skokie Country Club played host to the 1922 US Open, the first at which tickets were sold. A record number of spectators witnessed a spectacular win by 20-year-old Gene Sarazen.
Members of Somerset Country Club celebrated the centenary of their course’s formation in 2019. It’s an old Seth Raynor design that has been substantially altered down the years.
There’s nothing flash about Southern Hills. Mature deciduous trees line many of the Bermuda grass fairways and the rough is notoriously thick and tangly.