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Park Country Club

Williamsville, New York
ArchitectBadgeC. H. Alison
Williamsville, New York
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  • Address4949 Sheridan Dr, Williamsville, NY 14221, USA
  • Championships hosted

Host to the 1934 PGA Championship, won by Paul Runyan, the Park Country Club course in Williamsville is a C.H. Alison layout. Ian Andrews recently removed trees, improved grassing lines and upgraded bunkers, modifying some and restoring others.

“The waters of Ellicott Creek are a significant factor here,” commented Dan Wexler in The American Private Golf Club Guide, “particularly at holes like the 228-yard 5th (which angles across a corner of the hazard), the 138-yard 13th (featuring a tightly bunkered green set close to its banks) and the 415-yard 18th, which requires a long forced carry to a creek-fronted green.

A bit of backbone is supplied by the three big par 4s (the 2nd, 12th and the 16th), making this a pleasant old test which, though better suited to members than professionals, still provides a handful of challenging moments.”

Host to the 1934 PGA Championship, won by Paul Runyan, the Park Country Club course in Williamsville is a C.H. Alison layout. Ian Andrews recently removed trees, improved grassing lines and upgraded bunkers, modifying some and restoring others.

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C. H. Alison

Alison studied history, law and divinity at Oxford and represented the university in Varsity matches. In one of these contests he famously pitched onto Woking’s 18th green from the clubhouse verandah roof.

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