Laid out on the Williams College campus in the Berkshire Mountains, Taconic Golf Club is one of the best collegiate courses in the country.
Tom Fazio’s 18-hole layout at The Farm Golf Club dates back to 1988 and it plays a lot tougher than the type of course found at many of the architect’s more modern residential-based golf projects.
Situated within a beautifully forested site that backs onto the St Johns River, the course at Timuquana Country Club is a 1923 Donald Ross layout that has been extensively altered over the last nine decades...
Victoria National Golf Club rose like a phoenix from the ashes of an old coal mine and it was laid out in 1997 by Tom Fazio who made the vision of the founder, Terry Friedman, an exciting reality.
Laid out over rolling terrain in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the Virginian Golf Club is a wonderfully member-friendly course where the fairways are wide and forgiving...
Wade Hampton Golf Club was named after the Confederate cavalry leader, General Wade Hampton III, who was also Governor of South Carolina and later US Senator during the 19th century.
Laid out on a tight parcel of land beside the Williamette River, the course at Waverley Country Club dates back to not long after the club was formed in 1896.
Founded in 1900, Wichita Country Club moved to its present location in 1950. A recent project to replace grass in areas of rough with Riviera Bermuda has reduced water consumption and improved playability on the course.
The Wild Dunes Resort offers a couple of 18-hole Fazio courses for public play. It’s generally accepted that the Links (six years older than the Harbor layout) is the better of the two tracks at this popular 36-hole complex.