The South course is one of two challenging Pete Dye-designed layouts at Des Moines Golf & Country Club, it's where the US Senior Open was held in 1999...
Situated on the south eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, the course at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Club is a challenging layout that hosted the 1985 US Senior Open, an event won for the third time that year by Miller Barber.
Hazeltine National Golf Club was modified by Rees Jones (son of RTJ) ahead of the 1991 US Open which turned into a historic battle between Scott Simpson and Payne Stewart.
Both the Old and New courses at Indianwood Golf & Country Club are links-like in style but the Old course is the most authentic of the two designs with numerous, deep pot bunkers and waving fescue grasses.
For those readers who associate Inverness with a certain shy little Nessie, we can tell you that the Inverness Club has absolutely nothing to do with the Loch Ness monster.
The 1975 Ryder Cup put Laurel Valley Golf Club on the map and team USA won comfortably 21-11. The winning margin would have been greater had England’s Brian Barnes not upset Jack's applecart.
Medinah Country Club was originally founded in the Roaring Twenties and the objective was to create the finest country club in America.
The 7,055-yard South course at the NCR Country Club has become known as the “thinking man’s course” because accuracy rather than length is key to a good score on this heavily wooded layout.
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” Well, according to the top touring pros and the Seven Dwarfs, it’s the Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester.
The re-branded Oak Tree National was shamelessly constructed in 1976 with a view to making it, as the club proudly boast, “the hardest golf course in the world”...