During the 1930 US Open at Interlachen Country Club, Bobby Jones skimmed his ball over the water on the 9th to make a birdie which went a long way to ensuring he achieved the "Grand Slam".
First opened for municipal play in 1929, Keller Golf Course in St Paul hosted the PGA Championship in 1932 and 1954. Richard Mandell oversaw an extensive renovation of this much underrated layout between October 2012 and July 2014.
Kenwood Country Club was founded in 1930 by members of Cincinnati Country Club. Donald Ross was called in to help choose an appropriate property on the city outskirts, but Bill Diddel was selected to fashion two courses...
Site of the US Women’s Amateur in 1920, the Mayfield course at Mayfield Sand Ridge Club is a classic Golden Age design that’s laid out across a rolling landscape, with a couple of creeks coming into play on occasion.
Medinah Country Club was originally founded in the Roaring Twenties and the objective was to create the finest country club in America.
Founded in 1905, when James Foulis set out a 9-hole course for the membership, Memphis Country Club expanded its original layout to eighteen holes in 1915, with Donald Ross somehow managing to fit the fairways into a 105-acre property...
Host venue for the last ever PGA Championship played as a match play contest in 1957, the course at Miami Valley Golf Club is an original Donald Ross design dating back to the club’s formation in 1919.
Midlothian Country Club was formed in 1898 and the course was laid out for the members by Herbert J. Tweedie. The club soon took golfing center stage, hosting the US Women’s Amateur in 1907 and the US Open in 1914, won by Walter Hagen.
Golf in Wisconsin dates back to circa 1890 and the Milwaukee Country Club is one of the oldest in the State. The current Milwaukee layout was fashioned by the hand of Charles Hugh Alison in 1929.
Founded in 1900, North Shore Country Club moved to its current Glenview location in 1924 when C.H. Alison designed the new 18-hole layout. The following decade, the course was duly recognised when it was selected to host both the US Open (1933) and US Amateur (1939).