Bel-Air Country Club is a throwback to The Roaring Twenties and the course here is one of the finest layouts that came from the remarkable George C. Thomas design stable. Tom Doak reckons Bel-Air may well be the most spectacular routing ever conceived.
The magic is the way in which the Shore course blends into the topography. It's golf ‘au naturale’ and perhaps the finest architectural swan song.
Laid out within a large forested site in Martis Valley, the 18-hole Tom Fazio course at Martis Camp Club is just one of the sporting amenities available at a fabulous year-round Lake Tahoe retreat.
Spyglass Hill is possibly the hardest golf course on the Monterey Peninsula. The hilly land tumbles down towards the sea, leaving fairways lined with cypress and pines, laced with areas of brilliant white sand.
Located in Palm Desert and opened in 2002, the emerald fairways of the Tom Doak-designed golf course at the Stone Eagle Club are set out on a rugged landscape devoid of all housing...
The Rustic Canyon golf course was laid out in 2001 within a 350-acre site on the floor of a broad canyon to the north west of Los Angeles...
With a Tuscan styled clubhouse that stands on elevated ground and a Jack Nicklaus walking-only course, Mayacama is more reminiscent of a classy Italian estate than an American golf club.
Recently restored by Mike DeVries, the mountain meadow course at the Meadow Club is located in the hills of Marin County and its design back in 1927 was Alister MacKenzie’s first American project.
The Quarry sits in the Coachella Valley at the foothills before the Santa Rosa Mountains and features an abandoned mine and Indian trail as part of the course.
The Santa Lucia Preserve is an exclusive gated community where some 300 families share 20,000 acres of unspoilt California and a way of life.