Review: Whitinsville Golf Club

Whitinsville proves the point that 9 great holes is superior to trying to squeeze 18 average holes on a small property. Featuring excellent greens, strategic doglegs, and strong bunkering, Whitinsville is the best 9-hole course I’ve played and is certainly one of the best 9-holers in the world. I highly recommend this course to all who enjoy classic architecture and Donald Ross. … More Review: Whitinsville Golf Club

Review: The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

In a glorious setting literally on the beach, The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Resort packs a terrific combination of beauty and difficulty as the winds constantly rip off the Atlantic Ocean. There are no weak holes on the course and a terrific figure-eight routing makes for a wonderful and diverse walk. This is certainly one of Dye’s best and is clearly an elite option for public golfers. A trip to Charleston/Kiawah for any serious golfer is not complete without playing the famed Ocean Course. … More Review: The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Review: The Country Club (Clyde/Squirrel)

The history, atmosphere, and amenities at the The (original) Country Club are second to pretty much no one, while the excellent parkland design provides an engaging routing with plenty of variety and standout holes. As length renders many classic courses obsolete, the strategic bunkering and tiny greens here make this a true championship venue that has withstood the test of time. This goes without saying, but an invitation to this ultra-exclusive Club is still one of the most cherished in American golf – just as it’s been for over a century. … More Review: The Country Club (Clyde/Squirrel)

Review: The Country Club of Scranton (Old Course)

Possessing one of the finest collections of greens complexes in America, the always impeccably conditioned Country Club of Scranton is extremely underrated and deserves to be in the conversation when discussing the elite courses in Pennsylvania. This is a hidden gem all those who appreciate classic architecture will love. … More Review: The Country Club of Scranton (Old Course)