From the club website:
The present NCR Country Club opened in 1954, with a charming colonial ranch-style clubhouse and two distinctively different 18-hole courses, the South and the North, both designed by Dick Wilson, the famous golf course architect from Delray Beach, Florida.
From the beginning, NCR Country Club’s two courses presented a contrast in geography and a true test to even the professional golfer. The South course is now world renowned and has achieved status on the Golfweek list of the Top 100 classically designed courses in America. At 7,055 yards and par 71, the course features a challenging design of heavily-wooded rolling countryside full of doglegs, bunkers and thick rough. The South has been host to the 51st PGA Championship in 1969, won by Raymond Floyd, the 41st U.S. Women’s Open in 1986, won by Jane Geddes, the 1998 U. S. Mid-Amateur Championship, won by Spider Miller and the 2005 U.S. Senior Open Championship, won by Alan Doyle. Providing contrast and variety, the North Course is a prairie-links style which provides a very different test of skills to attain a par score of 70 on its demanding 6,828 yards. Finesse and ‘shot management’ are most important on both expertly manicured courses.