The re-branded Oak Tree National was shamelessly constructed in 1976 with a view to making it, as the club proudly boast, “the hardest golf course in the world”...
Alec “Nipper” Campbell designed the golf course of the Moraine Country Club and it opened for play in 1930. A major Keith Foster renovation in 2015 has injected a new lease of life into this old classic.
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.
The affluent Pittsburgh suburb of Fox Chapel is home to one of Seth Raynor’s best, yet least celebrated designs... Fox Chapel Golf Club.
Streamsong's Black course is set separately to the south of the Red and Blue courses, and it’s also bigger in scale, with a massive eleven acres devoted to its putting surfaces and their tightly mown surrounds.
William Flynn designed Cherry Hills in 1922 and if you do get the chance to play this famous course your driving distances will flatter to deceive. Denver is not called the Mile High city for nothing and Cherry Hills is certainly golf with altitude.
Butler National Golf Club was founded by multi-millionaire Paul Butler, a local businessman, and it lies to the west of the Windy City in the Oak Brook suburb of Chicago.
The Shelter Harbor Golf Club course was unveiled in 2005 and this modern layout is a Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry production that’s characterised by its rough-edged, bearded bunkers.
Host to the US Women’s Amateur in 2012, the Country Club originally moved to Pepper Pike in the mid 1920s, where William Flynn laid out eighteen holes that were both stylish and strategic.
Laid out in an isolated setting on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, the firm and fast fairways, revetted bunkers and sloping greens of the course at Vineyard Golf Club evoke a distinctive style of heathland golf.