There are three nine-hole loops at Ridgewood Country Club, West, East and Center, which refer to their location relative to their fabulous Clifford Wendehack designed clubhouse.
Sand Valley, the latest Keiser project in central Wisconsin, near the small town of Nekoosa, lies far from any Ocean but it does have sand, some of it hundreds of feet deep in places...
The Kittansett Club is situated at the end of Butler Point which extends into Buzzards Bay. Its location offers spectacular views and challenging shot making in the ever-changing wind.
The classic old course at the Old Elm Club is situated 30 miles north of Chicago. The design credits extend to Donald Ross and Harry Colt; the former constructing the layout from plans drawn up by the latter in 1913.
The Honors Course is set in a secret valley to the north of Chattanooga and it’s another jewel in America’s golf course crown.
Calusa Pines Golf Club is an absolute blast and that’s official. $1m of dynamite was used to blast through tons of rock to create rare Floridian elevation changes...
Colorado Golf Club only opened its tees for play in 2007 but it’s already a nationwide hit. Designed by the famous Bill and Ben duo – Coore and Crenshaw – whose design philosophy is to respect the classic golf courses of the "Golden Age of Architecture", Colorado was destined for success…
Scioto Country Club is the course where Jack Nicklaus developed from a pudgy junior to a world beater.
The Links course at Lawsonia cost $250k to build in 1930, so it’s no surprise that William B. Langford’s design is recognized as one of America’s gems.
During the 1930 US Open at Interlachen Country Club, Bobby Jones skimmed his ball over the water on the 9th to make a birdie which went a long way to ensuring he achieved the "Grand Slam".