Recognized almost universally as the best golf course on the planet, Pine Valley is built among the sandy pinelands of southern New Jersey, around 20 miles south-east of Philadelphia. The course wa...read more
The origins of Philadelphia’s treasured Merion Golf Club date back to the 1865 formation of the Merion Cricket Club, one of America’s earliest sporting organizations. Members of the cricket club, w...read more
The Philadelphia Cricket Club is apparently the only club in the United States to have built a different golf course in each of the last three centuries.
The club's principal attraction is ...read more
Founded in 1908, Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Country Club moved to its present location a few miles south-west of Allentown in 1928, when a new course designed by William Flynn first opened for play. Set...read more
The Old Course at the Stonewall Golf Club was the first private course by enigmatic architect Tom Doak, who threw himself so fully into this project that he moved his young family to the area while...read more
Built within a steep valley, Huntingdon Valley is a 27-hole facility design by William Flynn in 1928 for an established club that moved to its current home when his holes first opened. With a stron...read more
The original 18-hole course at Lancaster Country Club is one of the finest by prolific designer William Flynn, the course about an hour outside of Philadelphia and blessed with more varied and suit...read more
A storied club in the suburbs of Philadelphia, the Philly Country Club hosted the 1939 US Open on a William Flynn layout that was altered in the years after the Open as its clubhouse was relocated ...read more
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