With one-shot holes that vary by 100 yards in length, no weak holes and a classical design, it makes us wonder why Fenway Golf Club does not feature more prominently in America’s Top 100.
The Atlantic Golf Club is a private members club and Rees Jones laid out the course in 1992 on land that was originally earmarked for housing.
The Engineers Country Club dates back to 1917 and is located in the village of Roslyn Harbor, which enjoys a unique position on the Gold Coast of Long Island.
Once home to the Kitchawan Indians when Henry Hudson first sailed downriver, the course at Hudson National Golf Club is a 1996 Tom Fazio design.
When Deepdale Golf Club’s original course was lost due to the construction of the Long Island Expressway in the mid-1950s, the committee called in Dick Wilson to lay out the present course...
The Donald Ross-designed course at Glen Falls Country Club appeared in two stages, with the initial nine debuting in 1914 and the second nine following eight years later.
Meadow Brook Club dates back to 1881 but its course is of more recent vintage. Dick Wilson was contracted to build a new course in the mid 1950s and he delivered a strong, challenging layout epitomized by the 617-yard double doglegged 8th hole.
Used for the US Women’s Open in 1953 and 1973, the golf course at the Country Club of Rochester is an old Donald Ross track that was fully restored by Gil Hanse in 2004.
The golf course of the Country Club of Buffalo is a unique 1926 Donald Ross creation that makes full use of the Onondaga Formation...
Situated in close proximity to Shinnecock Hills and the National Golf Links of America, the course at Southampton Golf Club flies under the radar, which is just how this private club likes it.