The classic old William Flynn layout at Manufacturers’ Golf & Country Club lies in a valley where the Sandy Run Creek is brought into play at several of the holes.
Laid out on an undulating property close to Pinehurst, the resort course at Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club is an understated Donald Ross design that first opened for play in 1921.
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.
Host venue for the US Senior Women’s Amateur in 2018, the Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole layout at Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club is one of only a few barrier island courses that are in play within the Sunshine State.
The great Alister MacKenzie designed Pasatiempo and it opened for play in 1929 with a mixed exhibition foursome between Marion Hollins, Bobby Jones, Glenna Collett and Cyril Tolley.
Laid out in 1927 Pine Needles is one of Donald Ross’s best creations. Most people head to North Carolina to play the courses at Pinehurst but overlook Pine Needles at your peril.
Host to the 2011 US Women’s Amateur, Rhode Island Country Club is routed across a diverse landscape of parkland, woodland and wetlands, ending with four holes that wind around Narragansett Bay.
Walter Travis laid out the original nine holes of the Plantation course in 1926 and Dick Wilson added a second nine in the 1960s. Rees Jones then stepped in to perform a complete renovation before much-needed Love returned to the Plantation in 2018.
The Retreat course at Sea Island is a new millennium Davis Love III re-design of an older 18-hole layout and it’s one of three terrific 18-hole layouts that are available for public play at this iconic resort.
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...