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Brookside Country Club

Canton, Ohio
Canton, Ohio
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  • Address1800 Canton Ave NW, Canton, OH 44708, USA

Brookside Country Club was inaugurated following its move to Canton from the Myers Lake area when the club was then called the Lakeside Country Club. Donald Ross was the architect commissioned to design a new 18-hole course and it opened for play in 1922 just before the official club opening.

Despite a Robert Trent Jones Snr upgrade in 1962, the course began to lose its Donald Ross style and shape so Brian Silva was hired in 2003 to restore the layout and recapture the essence of the original architecture. Brookside has now become a true reflection of Ross’s design, with larger greens, sculpted fairways and an authentic routing.

Prominent holes include par threes at the 222-yard 4th, where the green sits beside the Sippo Creek, and the heavily sand-protected 142-yard 14th. The creek also comes into play at the left doglegged 11th and 387-yard 16th, where it cuts across in front of the green at both of these par fours. Testing back-to-back par five holes conclude the round at the 575-yard 17th and 529-yard 18th.

Brookside Country Club was inaugurated following its move to Canton from the Myers Lake area when the club was then called the Lakeside Country Club. Donald Ross was the architect commissioned to design a new 18-hole course and it opened for play in 1922 just before the official club opening.

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Donald Ross

Donald Ross worked with Old Tom Morris at St Andrews in 1893 then spent part of the following season at Carnoustie before returning to serve under the Dornoch club secretary John Sutherland.

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