Charles Blair Macdonald designed Piping Rock in 1911 and right from the off, he was up against fierce competition because polo was the sport of the day here at Locust Valley on Long Island.
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” Well, according to the top touring pros and the Seven Dwarfs, it’s the Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester.
Sebonack Golf Club opened its tees for play in May 2006 and is the result of collaboration between Tom Doak and Jack Nicklaus.
Named after the nightjar bird that can be heard around the golf course, Whippoorwill Club dates back to the early 1920s when Donald Ross fashioned an 18-hole layout...
The “Father of Golf Architecture” and the “Engineer” designed The Creek, so it’s unsurprising that the formidable duo of Charles Blair Macdonald and Seth Raynor conspired to create a classic.
Designed by C. B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor, the legendary golf course at Sleepy Hollow Country Club sits high above the Hudson River on a 338-acre site formerly owned by William Rockefeller and Frank Vanderlip…
Wykagyl Country Club is one of the many underappreciated gems located in Westchester County, just a few miles to the north of New York City.
Laid out on a confined parcel of land at East Setauket, New York, in 1917 by Devereux Emmet, the course at St George’s Golf & Country Club extends to a mere 6,200 yards, indicating that hardly a thing has changed here in a century...
The Donald Ross-designed course at Glens Falls Country Club appeared in two stages, with the initial nine debuting in 1914 and the second nine following eight years later.
The founding fathers of Monroe Golf Club made a wise decision when they appointed Donald Ross to design and construct their golf course in the early 1920s.