Wedgewood Golf & Country Club was founded in 1988 and within three years of its formation, members were playing on a testing course that had been set out by Robert Trent Jones Jnr.
Wedgewood is kind of what one would picture as the ideal modern day designed country club. There's some definite man-made influence with the land that's detectable in some of the dips and rises with the hills across the property, but it's done an aesthetically pleasing way while offering up a very fair challenge. I believe if you can shape the golf ball both ways on command, this is a course it's possible to go very low on. Particularly a cut, as having a fade in your arsenal should allow for solid eagle looks on each Par 5, with definite birdie chances. One of those Par 5's is the 18th, which is a pretty epic hole on approach. A 200-250 yard approach in with the gorgeous clubhouse framing a large green with a massive pond on the right is a great way to end the day. The water hazards make a few holes beautiful, including 18, 9 (which runs parallel to 18), 4, 8, and 12. It's a very-well maintained course, and while not on a level of nearby Muirfield Village, deserves its recognition as a terrific private track.