Venue for the PGA Championship in 1937, the course at Pittsburgh Field Club is a rather hilly and much-modified Alex Findlay design from 1915.
Rees Jones was responsible for setting out the course at Huntsville Golf Club over rolling terrain within a massive 470-acre site in the early 1990s.
First set out by Tom Bendelow on a 150-acre site in 1902, the old course at Allegheny Country Club was subsequently redesigned by Donald Ross in 1923 and more recently renovated by Ed Seay and then restored by Gil Hanse.
Featuring a very fine trio of “Redan,” “Eden” and “Alps” replica holes, the golf course at Longue Vue Club pays more than mere lip service to the origins of the game.
Donald Ross designed the original 9-hole course for the Kahkwa Club in 1915, returning a decade later to add another nine. The club hosted the US Women’s Open Championship in 1971...
The Mystic Rock course is one of two 18-hole layouts at the Nemacolin Resort, named after Chief Nemacolin, an 18th century Delaware Indian. It’s a tough track that Pete Dye crafted in the mid 1990s.
Notching up half a century of golfing operation in 2014, the course at Moselem Springs Golf Club is a solid George Fazio track that’s renowned locally for its fine set of par three holes.
Set out within a secluded 311-acre property to the north of Philadelphia, the course at The Ace Club bears the mightily impressive architectural stamp of Gary Player.
Until Brian Silva added nine holes to the layout in 1997, Donald Ross’s course at Rolling Rock Club had, for almost eighty years, been regarded as the finest 9-hole track in the country.
The course at the Bedford Springs Hotel dates back to 1895. Altered on separate occasions by A.W. Tillinghast and Donald Ross, it was renovated by Ron Forse in 2007.