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...
For those readers who associate Inverness with a certain shy little Nessie, we can tell you that the Inverness Club has absolutely nothing to do with the Loch Ness monster.
The 18-hole layout at Bluejack National is the first headline design to open in the United States for Tiger Woods and architect Beau Welling.
Skokie Country Club played host to the 1922 US Open, the first at which tickets were sold. A record number of spectators witnessed a spectacular win by 20-year-old Gene Sarazen.
The Kingsley Club, located a few miles south of Traverse City in Michigan, is laid out on links-like sandy ground. It opened for play in 2001 and is already being lauded as a modern classic.
The course in play today at Aronimink Golf Club opened in 1928 and Dornoch’s most famous son, Donald Ross, originally designed it. Gil Hanse restored the old classic ahead of the 2018 BMW Championship.
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.
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.
The Dunes course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club is a 1926 Seth Raynor layout that Robert Hunter completed with advice from Alister MacKenzie. It was remodeled by Rees Jones in 1999 and renovated by Fazio Design in 2016.
The 7,480-yard course at Whispering Pines Golf Club is set within a 400-acre property bordered by lakes and meandering creeks.