Donald Ross laid out the original 9-hole course at Weston Golf Club in 1917, returning five years later to add another nine. Geoff Cornish replaced two holes (the 11th and 12th) in 1965 and all the bunkers were upgraded in 2003.
Daniel Wexler commented in his book The American Private Golf Club Guide: “Weston actually requires the golfer to play across public roads on three separate occasions – an oddity in these overly litigious times.
Though somewhat on the short side, there is a good bit of interest here, highlighted by the 364-yard 7th, an attractive drive-and-pitch played to a green jutting out into a pond. Some hillier terrain affects the 294-yard 8th and 425-yard 9th, while the 406-yard 11th and 346- yard 12th bring water more heavily into play.
For better players, Weston offers a set of gold tees which shorten the 470-yard 6th and 492-yard 18th into dangerous two-shotters, reducing par to 70. Somewhat overshadowed, but worth a look if one is in the neighbourhood.”