Wednesday, January 31, 2007

A Sad Day - Rest in Peace NHL EHM

I've had a lot of hobbies over the years.

One of the coolest has been my affiliation with
Sports Interactive, the English gaming company behind the Championship Manager and Football Manager PC soccer titles, literally one of the biggest selling computer games in Europe and the World.

I have been one of the Head Researchers for their fantastic hockey game entitled NHL Eastside Hockey Manager ever since they hired the Finnish developer of the game, Risto Remes about four years ago. I helped Mr. Remes build the database before that time, when the game was a freeware sensation on the net back in the early part of 2001.

It's been a true labour of love for all of us over the years: the developers, the researchers and the testers. It's been a paid position ever since Sports Interactive hired Riz and they brought me on board as well, but I would have done it for nothing.

I enjoyed the work that much. It wasn't too time consuming, maybe an hour or two a night a few days a week but hell - I was working on a COMPUTER GAME!

I wrote a blog post back in October 2005 about my involvement with the company, how I came aboard the project six years ago, and the other great perks of the 'job'. The original post can be found
right here but I'll cut and paste it here as well:

WRITTEN ON OCTOBER 27, 2005 -
I've been busy the last week or so with my research for Eastside Hockey Manager, a computer game for the PC developed by a British gaming company called Sports Interactive.

You've never heard of it? Well, I'm not surprised. The genre this game falls under certainly isn't popular in North America but it's always interested me...

Back in my youth, there was a game for early PC's called Hockey League Simulator. This was essentially a 'Management' game where you are the coach and general manager of an NHL team. You make the signings and trades, set the lines and then simulate the game to see how everything turned out.

No joysticks...no playing out the games...just a simulation.

I loved it! I was probably about 14 years old or so. My buddy Brandon and I would work on rosters for hours upon hours, changing player attributes, updating rookies, etc. I always had an affinity for stats and this game was right up my alley.

It got even better when the second version of the game came out. Hockey League Simulator II worked in conjunction with another popular game at the time, Wayne Gretzky's Hockey. WGH offered the graphics and visual gameplay - you could import all the rosters and stats from HLSII into Gretzky to get the complete hockey game experience. You could now watch your players perform on the ice and actually PLAY with them too! Of course, we even put ourselves into the game, which was something just not available with other games back in the 80's.

I was in geek heaven! Boy did we ever play that game a lot! Unfortunately, there wasn't much of a market for HLSII and the game never got remade.

Fast forward to 2001. I get a call from my buddy Deron, who was doing some internet searches on hockey games (we were interested in designing a game like HLSII ourselves) and found this freeware game called Eastside Hockey Manager. It was essentially a work-in-progress by a hockey-mad Finnish university student named Risto Remes. Since it was just a 'spare time project' for the guy, he made a crude website and put it online for free while he developed it in his spare time.

He had quite the little cult following of guys like me who craved a real management game. He had expanded on the theme of HLSII by including the farm teams of the NHL clubs and also included career play. This meant that you could actually draft players every year and continue to manage until the year 2450 if you so desired. He also brought depth to the experience by having attributes for player's personality - each player would perform differently not only because of differing skill levels but also because they now were rated on their determination, work ethic and leadership abilities.

I was shocked that a 19-year old had come up with all this stuff. Deron was equally amazed - this is the game WE wanted to make!!!

Well, we abandoned thought of doing something ourselves and dove into the game. Deron quickly became disinterested, as he has become more of a joystick jockey in his old age ;) However, I loved how immersive the game was and worked on taking my Buffalo Sabres to the promised land.

I noticed something that could be added though. All of the players were in the game but instead of having actual staff members like the coaches and scouts, it just had generic names in there. So I made my own staff file for the game, going through all 60 AHL and NHL teams in order to add more realism to the experience. I put the file online on the message boards for the other users to download and the response was very positive.

I was rewarded a couple days later when Risto made my staff file an official part of his game. I was listed in the game credits as one of the contributors.

I was in the gaming industry!!!

Well not really! Keep in mind that this was a FREE game, online for anyone to download at no charge. Riz, as he's affectionately known, finished the game about six months later and actually garnered positive reviews from many important gaming publications and websites, who'd heard the positive word of mouth and gone to the site to check out this labour of love.

When asked if he'd be working on a follow-up version, Riz said that he was going to have to concentrate on school and getting an actual paying job. But he did leave a tantalizing nugget of info in his last paragraph, saying something to the effect of "Stay tuned...there's something baking in the oven right now."

That something was the biggest gaming company in England - Sports Interactive. They were the developers of the popular Championship Manager, a soccer management simulation for the PC. One of the bigwigs at SI caught wind of this Finnish whippersnapper and his hockey game and began patrolling the Eastside message boards, offering encouragement. Riz was thrilled, as he based a lot of his game on the components already in the Championship Manager series.

They obviously saw a lot of potential in him and ended up hiring him in late 2002 to develop a professional version of Eastside for sale in the retail market! Riz had gone big time! I emailed him my congratulations and told him I looked forward to buying his game when it hit the shelves.

I joined the Sports Interactive message boards to keep myself abreast of any news on the new game. They reported that the new version of Eastside would include not only the NHL, but leagues from all across the world.

This truly was going to be an immense project!

I was shocked a couple months later when Riz personally emailed me, asking if I'd like to become a Head Researcher for the NHL. It would be a paid position with the company; not a lot of money, mind you, but some money nonetheless. Plus, perks like free versions of all the games the company makes.

I would have done it for nothing! Okay...maybe just the free game!

So here we are! It's now October 2005 and we just released the second version of the retail game to North America earlier this month. I've become 'online friends' with many of the other researchers from across the globe and also got the privilege of meeting up with Riz and Miles Jacobsen, the Managing Partner of Sports Interactive for dinner and drinks last year. They were in Toronto to do some radio and newspaper interviews for the game so I went up to the big city to meet with them.

I highly recommend the game to any hockey nut who's always secretly wanted to run a franchise or who thinks he can do a better job than the current G.M. It truly has been a spectacular experience for me to be involved with such passionate people and to work on a project that brings so much enjoyment to hockey fans.

And damn...it's kind of cool to say I'm part of the development team for a computer game!

Go to the Sports Interactive website to check it out! It's available through online download and it's also available in stores now!

Unfortunately, there won't be another game in the series due to lackluster sales, specifically in the Scandanavian countries. The reason for the lack of success is upsetting.

Here is the email I received from Sports Interactive's Managing Director, Miles Jacobson:

Well, there's good news, bad news, then some good news again. So....

The first bit of good news, is that we are happy to announce and make available the final patch for Eastside Hockey Manager 2007. This includes lots of little improvements and bug fixes, and you can find the patch
here. We hope that this will increase the longevity and enjoyability (ooh, new made up word) for the release of the game.

Now onto the bad news. As you know, the last Eastside release was via digital download. At the time, people complained about this as a distribution method, but it was the only one open to us - the first version of Eastside did very well in Scandinavia, pretty well in Europe and just about OK in the US & Canada. The second also did just about OK in the US and Canada, just about OK in Europe, but despite great review scores and decent pre-orders, the sales in Scandinavia, that had pretty much kept the game going, dropped heavily, from our analysis of the situation, mainly due to the game getting hacked before release, and pirated. Because of this, a retail release wasn't worthwhile with the pre-orders that we were going to get from retail, so we thought we'd go digi download, and encourage people to buy that way, whilst having a lower break even point due to retail not taking their cut.

So the game came out to glowing reviews, and decent online pre-orders, and we sat and waited to see the numbers going up and up. The forums were full of people constructively criticising, and praising (just the way we like it) and we were all pretty buoyant. We had more licenses than any other hockey game in history, it was the best Hockey management game in the history of gaming ever, and Riz and his team had done an amazing job. So, despite Hockey being a bit less popular post the hiatus of the sport in the US in 2004, we still couldn't fail, right?

Wrong. The orders came in a drizzle, rather than a flood. We scratched our heads trying to work out what had gone wrong. And then someone pointed out that the game was being pirated, and was available as a torrent from lots of different pirating sites. Then sat there and watched as the claimed amount of downloads on those sites went up and up, as sales stayed static.

Basically, the game did not bring in enough money to cover the development costs, let alone the license fees on top of that. So we've had to make the decision to stop development on the game for now - it doesn't mean that it'll never come back, but for the foreseeable future, there will not be another version of Eastside Hockey Manager.

The good news is that the amazing talented people on the Eastside team have all decided to stay with Sports Interactive. Riz, Ed & Phil are going to be working on Football Manager moving forward, and Graeme has joined our R&D department to work on developing a new idea forward, which we'll be announcing later in the year.

Thank you to all of you out there who supported the Eastside Hockey Manager project by buying the game, and especially those who helped with testing and research. And to those of you who pirated it, this is what happens when you steal. There are no excuses you can give that are valid for stealing - you have lead to the demise of a game that you enjoyed playing.

Miles Jacobson
Managing Director, Sports Interactive

What a kick in the teeth. The fact that the game is being cut off due to pirating is extremely upsetting.

The fact that we're unable to continue with the evolution of a game that received a 92% rating from the industry's top publication, PC Gamer, in February's issue makes it worse.

I've been lucky to meet and converse with other researchers from all across the globe. Alessandro in Torino, Italy; Vikke in Stockholm, Sweden; Riz, Phil, Marc, Graeme & Miles in London, England; Uros in Slovenia; Woody in Germany; Jeff from Texas; Jeff R. in Calgary; Kelsey from Winnipeg.

We all came together to make the game what it is today. The best hockey game on the market, bar none.

If you're at all interested in proving that you're a better GM than Darcy Regier, John Ferguson Jr. or whoever the guy is in charge of your favourite team, check out the FREE demo version of the game
right here. You can play up to six months of game time with the demo and the amount of leagues to choose from is staggering. If you check it out, you won't be sorry.

It's been a great ride, one I'm sad to see end today.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Princeville Resort - The Prince Course

Princeville - Prince Course
Princeville, Hawaii, USA


7309 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.7/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1990)
ACCESSIBILITY: Resort
COURSE WEBSITE: http://princeville.com/golf/prince-golf-course
ROUNDS PLAYED: 1
LAST PLAYED: November 3, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 88 (+16)

ACCOLADES -
- Golf Digest Best New Resort Course 1990
- Golf Digest Second 100 in America 2015: #114
- Golf Digest Top 100 Public in America 2015: #22
- Golf Magazine Top 100 Courses You Can Play 2014: #24
- Golfweek Best Modern Courses 2016: #159


My wife and I were lucky enough to spend our honeymoon in Hawaii in November of 2006, staying at the luxurious Princeville Resort on the island of Kauai. The resort has two championship courses on-site, both designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr: the Makai Course and its big brother, the much-celebrated Prince Course.

There was no way that I could miss the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of playing a world-class golf course on the other side of the world. Thankfully, the wife agreed so I booked a round a couple of days after arriving.

First impressions of the facility were overwhelmingly positive. The opulent clubhouse is an incredible 60,000 square feet and has a spa, restaurant and a gorgeous pro shop. Marble was everywhere and huge bay windows offered you spectacular views of the course, the ocean and the surrounding mountains. Easily one of the nicest clubhouses I've seen.



I didn't bring my sticks with me - that would have been stretching it considering the fact we were honeymooning! So the pro hooked me up with a set of Ping I3's and off to the range I went. I ended up getting paired with a gentleman from Orange County, California and the two of us, each in our own cart, headed to the first hole.



I've included a shot of the course routing above. The ocean, which isn't depicted in the photo, is on the right side and runs all the way down toward the bay on hole #7.

The first hole (shown below) is a 448 yard, downhill par 4. Out of bounds on the left, jungle on the right and water looms in front of the green. I seriously can't remember a more intimidating first hole in all my days of golfing. Somehow, I pumped my Ping right down the pipe and we were off. My second ended up in a chipping swale to the left of the green and I couldn't get up-and-in, settling for a bogey.



The second is an uphill par 5 measuring 597 yards. I can't say I was a fan of this hole, as the tee shot required a 3-wood to ensure that I didn't hit the ball into a ravine that crosses the fairway.



The third hole is a run-of-the-mill par 3 measuring 177 yards but the green was quite devilish, with a huge swale that ate my chip shot from behind the green on my way to a double bogey.

The fourth is a 554 yard par five with a huge reservoir pond running down the length of the fairway on the right side. A decent risk/reward hole for the longest of hitters but that isn't me to be sure. I laid up, hit my first green in regulation and finally made a par, my first of the day.

To be honest, the course was completely underwhelming up to this point, with the exception of the difficult first. I was starting to wonder what all the fuss was about. The sixth hole and its rumpled fairway finally piqued my interest.

This dogleg right, 453 yard par 4 had out of bounds to the left and a bunker down the right side about 280 off the tee. The second shot was played from a severe left-to-right sidehill lie to a small green protected by bunkers short right and long left, nailing faders or hookers. A really interesting hole, as the closer you play to the fairway bunker, the more level the lie. The green also opens up a lot more from the right side.

Excellent hole.

The sixth hole (shown below) is where the fun really begins. The ocean finally makes an appearance here as the backdrop to the 428 yard, downhill par four. There is a bit of a punchbowl effect here, as drives left or right can kick back into the fairway.



Jones places a bunker in the middle of the fairway about 80 yards from the green and it offers a bit of deception to an otherwise straight-forward hole. The bunker gives the impression that the green is closer than you think and also playing into that is the ocean, which seems to be RIGHT BEHIND the green. I'm sure there are a lot of shots that end up short here.



The seventh hole is just beautiful, a 205-yard par 3 with the ocean to the golfer's left and a ravine that runs all the way from the tee to the green. Unfortunately, my playing partner didn't get the ocean in the background of the following picture.



I hit one of my best shots of the day here, nailing a three iron to about six feet. Yeah...I missed the putt. We got let through here by another couple so I rushed the following picture on the way back to my cart, likely the best look at the Pacific on the entire course.



The eighth hole is a tough 460 yard par four back up the hill and offers a lovely vista of its own, with the towering mountains in the background (see below). I needed a three-wood second into this sucker and made a great par.



The front nine ends with a pretty routine par 4 measuring 366 yards, the shortest two-shotter on the course. The incoming nine begins with a bang. It's a 588 yard par 5 that is shaped similar to a boomerang. The tee shot is shown below and it's pretty routine, with only a bunker on the right offering trouble.



It's the second shot that really makes the hole. If you hit a good drive, you can cut a bunch of distance off and try for the green in two. However, you must have the nerve to cross a 180 yard ravine to hit the elevated green. Your other option is to go well right of the green to a lower fairway, a safer choice but one where the third shot is no bargain.



I was about 230 yards out here and hit a great 3-wood onto the left side of the green...where I ended up three-whacking for par. This is one of the most stunning golf holes I've ever played from an aesthetic standpoint.

The 11th hole is a 187 yard par three and it is followed by one of the scariest looking tee shots I've ever come across...



This 390 yard par four plays substantially downhill and the fairway looks like a sliver of land from up top. I tried to steer a 3-iron and hit it into the trees right of the fairway, where I ended up making a double bogey six. Hindsight being 20/20, I should have just ripped the big dog here, as there is more room down in the valley than you think from up top. Really cool hole though, with a heavily protected green site.

The signature hole at The Prince is the 13th, a 418 yard par four. I remembered this hole from the Tiger Woods EA Sports video game as being impossible. However, the tee shot looks innocent enough and even forces the driver out of your hands, as the fairway is bisected by a monsterous ravine down the right hand side. It's when you get to your ball in the fairway when you see that the fun has just begun.



It literally looks like you have to cross 180 yards of ravine with your second shot and the green looks like a thimble from the fairway. There's a gorgeous natural waterfall behind the green that offers a nice calming effect...that is before you realize that you have to HIT THIS SHOT! After hitting a perfect tee shot, I hit my approach short into a depression area and ended up making yet another double. Words can't describe how tough the approach is here from a visual standpoint. Again, upon playing the hole, I know that there is a little more room than it seems, especially left, as you can see from the photo I took when we left the valley a couple holes later.



The 14th is a lovely par three back up the hill and over the ravine again (see below). Gosh, this course was relentless with the forced carries! The one thing Jones Jr. does do is offer bailouts, with one here to the right. However, getting to the bailout areas is a chore for the higher handicap as well...this just isn't a course made for the casual golfer.



I put it in the bunker right off the tee, shanked it out and then chipped in for my unlikely par. Highlight of the day from a scoring perspective, unfortunately. The view from the 14th green back down into the jungle/valley is one of the nicest panaramics on the course (see below).



The 'wow' factor continues on the par 5, 576 yard 15th hole. It plays downhill and doglegs to the left with another huge ravine bisecting the hole about 315 yards from the tee.



I hit a big tee shot here and was left with about 260 yards for my second shot, which you can see below. I ended up chickening out and semi-duffed it down the left side, leaving a routine pitch into the green. I missed a ten footer for birdie, settling for my second par in a row.



The 16th is an uphill, dogleg left par four measuring 375 yards. Pretty routine hole but a pretty one, especially looking back down the fairway from the green, as seen below.



The 17th tee offers the money shot, easily one of the most beautiful vistas I've ever seen. The mountains in the background, the jungle, valleys and vegetation down below. Heaven. The hole itself expectedly pales in comparison to the backdrop.



The 18th, like most of the par fours at The Prince, is a brute at 455 yards, all uphill. There is a cavernous bunker down the right side that I figured was a target but it swallowed my ball up in fine fashion. I had to wedge out and hit my third shot from about 80 yards. The clubhouse and the mountains provide a great backdrop here to the finishing hole.



This course humbled me like few have done in the past. I shot an 88 and played pretty decently - this course punishes you like no other when you make a poor swing. It is the toughest golf course I've ever played, without question.

I literally used every club in the bag here and you really need to shape the ball both ways if you want to score. Driver was taken out of my hands on a couple of long holes (par 5 2nd; par 4 13th) and you rarely are able to use run-up shots so it's not the most ideal from a playability perspective.

This has to be one of the hardest and most relentless golf courses in the world. Not for the casual golfer! The pro was aghast that I went out with only three sleeves of balls but thankfully, I only lost two balls in total.

There are a couple of pretty vanilla holes, especially on the front nine. A couple of the par threes are similar as well but this is still a relatively interesting design, certainly made better by the surroundings. The 'wow' factor is really high at The Prince, helped substantially by the numerous elevated tee shots and gorgeous vistas. The strong holes are very memorable and tend to overshadow the weak ones. The aesthetics are quite strong, from the cut of the bunkers to the beautiful vegetation that surrounds the holes. The prettiest course I've played.

I played two days after a heavy downpour which dumped 11 inches of rain on the island. However, the greens were shaggy and slow, the fairways were patchy and the bunkers weren't raked in areas. Nowhere near as well-kept as a top-100 course should be.

Playing the Prince is very peaceful and the surroundings are obviously gorgeous, as previously stated. However, there are a couple of things that would have made it better. First of all, the ocean never comes into play and really is only a supporting player here. Jones uses it on the Makai Course but really missed the boat with it on the Prince. I also don't like the fact that you must take a cart...you can't have that "walk in the park" feeling that you get with a bag on your back. That all said, a cart is definitely necessary, as there are a number of long drives between tees on the expansive piece of property. The severe elevation changes wouldn't help either.

At the end of the day, I would wholeheartedly recommend this course to every golfer who is travelling to Kauai. I had a great time playing here but wonder if it really deserves the acclaim it receives. Don't get me wrong, I loved it...but top-100 in the US? Maybe if it was maintained a bit better. Still, one of the most scenic courses imaginable...bring your 'A' game!



Monday, January 22, 2007

Longing for the Links

Winter has finally hit Southern Ontario, with temperatures below freezing and about an inch of snow on the ground.

Golf is still at least two months away for us here in the Niagara Region but it's certainly on my mind. My buddy Harris is
planning another golf vacation after our successful venture to PGA Village last year.

This time, the destination is Scottsdale, Arizona, where they'll play courses like Troon (Monument), the ASU Karsten GC and TPC Scottsdale. I suggested that they also include Tom Doak's Apache Stronghold GC but that might be a bit of a road trip. I've been to Scottsdale once before and did play golf while there but I was just a novice at the time - I think it was the Ken McDonald Golf Course but I'm not entirely sure.

Unfortunately, the chances of me going this year are slim to none. Now that I'm a married man, I can't just 'up and leave' like I could do as a single lad. A week away is way too much and to be honest, the money is an issue. A better investment would be new irons, I think...we'll see.

'24' is back and this week's episode was another beaut. They are finally bringing Jack's father and brother into the storyline and it's pretty juicy. That smug-looking guy who used to be a doctor on 'ER' plays Grey Bauer, Jack's brother, and he is just begging to get an ass-kicking with that s*@t-eating grin that permanently resides on his kisser. The fun part is trying to guess who the mole is in CTU and among the President's staff. My hope is that there aren't any this year - it's becoming old, to be honest. A solid start to the season and it has my attention.

In other news, I got smoked at the home poker game last week to the tune of $55.00, one of my worst losses thus far. I'm not very good at the game anymore, I'm sad to say.

One more week until the special shareholders meeting at STCG&CC to discuss the proposal to sell our land and build a new course. I'm pretty excited to hear more about where everything stands but I don't plan on posting anything about it here afterwards (the collective readership of 'Now on the Tee' boos in unison!).

If information is made public, then we can use this as a forum for discussion; otherwise, I will be keeping things quiet out of respect for the club and its membership.

I will have my review of the Princeville Resort and the highly-regarded Prince Course up by Wednesday.

Monday, January 15, 2007

Golf Courses Played - Master List (OLD LIST)

UPDATE (8/15/2014): THIS PAGE IS NOT BEING UPDATED ANY LONGER - PLEASE REFER TO "GOLF COURSES PLAYED" LOCATED ON INDEX ABOVE

This is the master list of golf courses I've played since I took up the game again in 2000. Any courses I played prior to that year are not included in this list.

My ultimate goal is to review each course I've played and slowly, but surely, I'll get there. In my reviews, I will briefly talk about the course design, the atmosphere and the overall experience at the club and include pictures to help tell the story. I want to be able to tell my readers whether I think the course is worth going out of the way for.

In addition to the basic facts noted below, I'll also share any accolades the course has received from major publications (ie: top 100 in the world; top 75 resorts, etc), with my sources being Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Golfweek and Links for US, International and Resort Courses and ScoreGolf and Golfweek for Canadian courses. Reviews will continue to come out, with the majority coming during the offseason in Canada due to time constraints. For now, I've linked some courses to blog write-ups I've made since I started 'Now On the Tee' in April 2005. Some are partial course reviews, some tournament summaries while others may be short and to the point.

For the sake of accuracy, if there is anything you see that may not be correct, please contact me and I'll edit things immediately. There are a few courses where I couldn't find the architect or year established - again, if anyone can help me with those omissions I'd appreciate a heads-up.

I've only played one time outside of Canada or the US and that was in the Dominican Republic. I have aspirations of visiting the great golf destinations of the world like Ireland and Scotland - my 'wish list' of courses I want to play sometime in the future is right here.

This list will be updated every time I play a new course.


SUMMARY OF COURSES PLAYED (as of October 3, 2013): 139
Canadian Courses - 82
American Courses - 56
International Courses - 1

ACCLAIMED COURSES

Golf Digest World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2014: 21
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club #5
- Oakmont Country Club #10
- Sand Hills Golf Club #12
- National Golf Links of America #13
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #15
- Pacific Dunes #21
- Winged Foot Golf Club - West Course #24
- Crystal Downs Country Club #25
- St. George's Golf & Country Club #30
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #35
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #46
- Riviera Country Club #47
- Muirfield Village Golf Club #53
- Oak Hill Country Club - East Course #58
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #60
- The National Golf Club of Canada #61
- Bandon Dunes #62
- Oakland Hills Country Club - South Course #67
- Ballyneal Golf Club #68
- Winged Foot Golf Club - East Course #79
- Hamilton Golf & Country Club - West/South #98

Golf Digest Top 100 in America 2015: 26
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club #4
- Oakmont CC #6
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #7
- National Golf Links of America #8
- Winged Foot GC - West Course #9
- Sand Hills GC #11
- Crystal Downs Country Club #13
- Muirfield Village Golf Club #15
- Oak Hill Country Club - East Course #16
- Oakland Hills Country Club - South Course #17
- Pacific Dunes #18
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #20
- The Riviera CC #24
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #28
- Bandon Dunes #37
- Sebonack #38
- Castle Pines GC #40
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #43
- Scioto Country Club #50
- Ballyneal Golf Club #54
- Old Macdonald #55
- Winged Foot GC - East Course #59
- Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club #65
- Monterey Peninsula CC - Shore Course #67
- Bandon Trails #74
- Maidstone Club #98

Golf Digest Second 100 in America 2015: 8
- Pasatiempo Golf Club #111
- Princeville GC - The Prince Course #114
- Forest Dunes Golf Club #118
- Colorado Golf Club #125
- Kingsley Club #133
- California GC of San Francisco #136
- Dormie Club #185
- The Course at Yale #192

Golf Digest Top 100 Public in America 2015: 15
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #1
- Pacific Dunes #2
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #3
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #5
- Bandon Dunes #7
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #9
- Old Macdonald #12
- Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club #13
- Bandon Trails #14
- Pasatiempo Golf Club #21
- Princeville GC - Prince Course #22
- Forest Dunes Golf Course #23
- Dormie Club #43
- Cog Hill GC - Dubsdread #53
- Longaberger Golf Club #74

Golf Digest Top 30 in Canada 2015: 17
- St. George's G&CC #1
- National GC of Canada #2
- Hamilton G&CC - West/South #4
- Banff Springs Golf Course - Thompson #6
- Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club #8
- Muskoka Bay Club #10
- Devil's Paintbrush #11
- Beacon Hall GC #12
- Bigwin Island GC #15
- Westmount G&CC #16
- Devil's Pulpit #17
- Oviinbyrd #18
- Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club #19
- Mississaugua Golf & Country Club #21
- Tobiano #25
- Eagles Nest GC #28
- Osprey Valley - Heathlands #30

Golf Magazine Top 100 in the World 2013: 20
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club #5
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #7
- Oakmont CC #8
- National Golf Links of America #11
- Sand Hills GC #12
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #16
- Crystal Downs Country Club #19
- Pacific Dunes #20
- Winged Foot GC - West Course #21
- The Riviera CC #33
- Oakland Hills Country Club - South Course #35
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #36
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #43
- Muirfield Village Golf Club #48
- Oak Hill Country Club - East Course #60
- Bandon Dunes #63
- Maidstone Club #67
- Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club #75
- St. George's G&CC #87
- Old Macdonald #88

Golf Magazine Top 100 in America 2013: 28
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club #4
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #5
- Oakmont CC #6
- National Golf Links of America #8
- Sand Hills GC #9
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #10
- Crystal Downs Country Club #11
- Pacific Dunes #12
- Winged Foot GC - West Course #13
- The Riviera CC #21
- Oakland Hills Country Club - South Course #22
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #23
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #25
- Muirfield Village Golf Club #27
- Oak Hill Country Club - East Course #32
- Bandon Dunes #34
- Maidstone Club #37
- Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club #40
- Old Macdonald #45
- Winged Foot GC - East Course #47
- Bandon Trails #49
- Pasatiempo Golf Club #53
- California GC of San Francisco #58
- Scioto Country Club #65
- Monterey Peninsula CC - Shore Course #69
- The Course at Yale #70
- Sebonack #71
- Forest Dunes Golf Club #72

Golf Magazine Top 100 You Can Play 2014: 16
- Pacific Dunes #1
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #2
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #3
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #4
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #5
- Bandon Dunes #8
- Old Macdonald #10
- Bandon Trails #13
- Pasatiempo Golf Club #15
- Forest Dunes Golf Club #21
- Princeville GC - Prince Course #24
- Cog Hill GC - Dubsdread #34
- Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club #37
- Dormie Club #53
- Longaberger Golf Club #63
- Hammock Beach Resort - The Ocean Course #72

Golfweek Best Classic Courses 2015: 25
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club #3
- National Golf Links of America #4
- Oakmont CC #6
- Pebble Beach Golf Links #7
- Crystal Downs Country Club #10
- Pinehurst - #2 Course #14
- Winged Foot GC - West Course #16
- The Riviera CC #19
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course #21
- Oakland Hills Country Club - South Course #24
- Old Town Club #27
- Winged Foot GC - East Course #34
- Pasatiempo Golf Club #35
- California GC of San Francisco #38
- Maidstone Club #43
- Oak Hill Country Club - East Course #49
- Scioto Country Club #52
- The Course at Yale #55
- Augusta Country Club #67
- Fenway Golf Club #80
- Mid Pines Inn and Golf Club #85
- Palmetto Golf Club #115
- Southampton GC #171
- Champions Golf Club - Cypress Creek Course #176
- Carolina Golf Club #189

Golfweek Best Modern Courses 2015: 19
- Sand Hills GC #1
- Pacific Dunes #2
- Ballyneal #4
- Old Macdonald #5
- Sebonack #7
- Bandon Dunes #8
- Muirfield Village Golf Club #10
- Kiawah Island Resort - Ocean Course #14
- Kingsley Club #18
- Bandon Trails #21
- Colorado Golf Club #33
- Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club #34
- Monterey Peninsula CC - Shore Course #36
- Castle Pines Golf Club #45
- Forest Dunes Golf Club #85
- Dormie Club #116
- Cog Hill GC - Dubsdread #134
- Dismal River Club - White (Nicklaus) Course #163
- Princeville Resort - Prince #168

Golfweek Best Canadian - Classic Courses 2015: 16
- Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club #1
- Banff Springs Golf Course - Thompson #2
- St. George's G&CC #3
- Hamilton G&CC - West/South #6
- Westmount G&CC #12
- Lookout Point CC #13
- Rosedale GC #14
- Royal Colwood GC #18
- Scarboro G&CC #19
- Thornhill G&CC #20
- Mississaugua Golf & Country Club #24
- Brantford G&CC #25
- Cherry Hill Club #28
- Burlington G&CC #30
- St. Thomas G&CC #33
- Whirlpool Golf Course #40

Golfweek Best Canadian - Modern Courses 2015: 18
- Devil's Paintbrush #1
- Beacon Hall GC #3
- Tobiano #5
- National Golf Club of Canada #6
- Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club #8
- Osprey Valley - Hoot #12
- Taboo #13
- Bigwin Island GC #14
- Eagles Nest GC #15
- Devil's Pulpit #18
- Muskoka Bay Club #19
- Bear Mountain - Mountain #23
- Oviinbyrd GC #24
- Glen Abbey GC #27
- Predator Ridge - Ridge Course #28
- Osprey Valley - Heathlands #29
- Deerhurst Resort - Highlands #32
- Deer Ridge Golf Club #39

ScoreGolf Top 100 in Canada 2014: 36
- National GC of Canada #1
- Hamilton G&CC - West/South #3
- Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club #4
- St. George's G&CC #5
- Banff Springs Golf Course - Thompson #6
- Beacon Hall GC #9
- Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club #10
- Westmount G&CC #12
- Tobiano #13
- Devil's Paintbrush #17
- Muskoka Bay Club #19
- Oviinbyrd GC #21
- Devil's Pulpit #22
- Predator Ridge - Ridge Course #25
- Royal Colwood GC #26
- Bigwin Island GC #29
- Eagles Nest GC #32
- St. Thomas G&CC #36
- Mississaugua Golf & Country Club #38
- Bear Mountain - Mountain Course #43
- Rosedale GC #51
- Osprey Valley - Hoot #52
- Taboo #53
- Glen Abbey GC #55
- Osprey Valley - Heathlands #56
- Brantford G&CC #57
- Scarboro G&CC #69
- Deerhurst Resort - Highlands #70
- Heron Point Golf Links #73
- Deer Ridge GC #75
- Grand Niagara #83
- Thornhill G&CC #89
- Cherry Hill Club #90
- Lookout Point GC #93
- Club at Bond Head - South Course #96
- Burlington G&CC #98

ScoreGolf Top 59 Public Courses in Canada 2015: 19
- Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club #2
- Banff Springs Golf Course #4
- Muskoka Bay Club #6
- Predator Ridge - Ridge Course #8
- Tobiano #10
- Eagles Nest Golf Club #11
- Osprey Valley - Hoot #15
- Osprey Valley - Heathlands #18
- Bear Mountain - Mountain Course #23
- Glen Abbey Golf Club #27
- Taboo #32
- Grand Niagara Golf Club #34
- Deerhurst Resort - Highlands #37
- Whirlpool Golf Course #49
- Angus Glen Golf Club - South Course #50
- Club at Bond Head - South Course #52
- King's Forest Golf Course #55
- Wooden Sticks #56
- Tarandowah Golfers Club #59

Canadian Golf Magazine Top 100 in Canada 2015: 36
- Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club #2
- National GC of Canada #3
- St. George's G&CC #5
- Banff Springs Golf Course - Thompson #6
- Tobiano #8
- Devil's Paintbrush #10
- Hamilton G&CC - West/South #11
- Beacon Hall GC #12
- Oviinbyrd GC #14
- Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club #17
- Westmount G&CC #18
- Royal Colwood GC #22
- Devil's Pulpit #25
- Muskoka Bay Club #26
- St. Thomas G&CC #27
- Bigwin Island GC #28
- Eagles Nest GC #30
- Predator Ridge - Ridge Course #33
- Lookout Point GC #34
- Cherry Hill Club #38
- Scarboro G&CC #39
- Brantford G&CC #41
- Rosedale GC #42
- Mississaugua Golf & Country Club #46
- Osprey Valley - Hoot #47
- Thornhill G&CC #53
- Osprey Valley - Heathlands #55
- Bear Mountain Resort - Mountain #59
- Deerhurst Resort - Highlands #62
- Heron Point Golf Links #70
- Glen Abbey GC #73
- Deer Ridge GC #75
- Burlington G&CC #81
- Tarandowah Golfers Club #84
- Taboo #91
- Club at Bond Head - South #96

2013 ADDITIONS
- The Broadmoor - West Course, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
- California Golf Club of San Francisco, South San Francisco, California, USA
- The Course at Yale, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
- Devil's Paintbrush, Caledon East, Ontario, CAN
- Fenway Golf Club, Scarsdale, New York, USA
- Maidstone Club, East Hampton, New York, USA
- Monterey Peninsula Country Club - Shore Course, Pebble Beach, California, USA
- Monterra Golf Club, Blue Mountains, Ontario, CAN
- Pasatiempo Golf Club, Santa Cruz, California, USA
- Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California, USA
- Peter Hay Golf Course, Pebble Beach, California, USA
- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, New York, USA
- Winged Foot Golf Club - East Course, Mamaroneck, New York, USA
- Winged Foot Golf Club - West Course, Mamaroneck, New York, USA

2012 ADDITIONS
- Castle Pines Golf Club, Castle Rock, Colorado, USA
- Colorado Golf Club, Parker, Colorado, USA
- CommonGround Golf Course, Aurora, Colorado, USA
- Dismal River Club, Mullen, Nebraska, USA
- Highland Country Club, London, Ontario, CAN
- St. George's Golf & Country Club, Etobicoke, Ontario, CAN

2011 ADDITIONS
- Bandon Dunes, Bandon, Oregon, USA
- Bandon Trails, Bandon, Oregon, USA
- Bethpage State Park - Black Course, Farmingdale, New York, USA
- Leatherstocking Golf Course, Cooperstown, New York, USA
- Longaberger Golf Club, Nashport, Ohio, USA
- The Medallion Club, Westerville, Ohio, USA
- Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio, USA
- National Golf Club of Canada, Woodbridge, Ontario, CAN
- National Golf Links of America, Southampton, New York, USA
- Old Macdonald, Bandon, Oregon, USA
- Pacific Dunes, Bandon, Oregon, USA
- Scioto Country Club, Columbus, Ohio, USA
- Sebonack, Southampton, New York, USA
- Southampton Golf Club, Southampton, New York, USA
- Wedgewood Golf & Country Club, Powell, Ohio, USA

2010 ADDITIONS
- Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club, Holyoke, Colorado, USA
- Beacon Hall Golf Club, Aurora, Ontario, CAN
- Hamilton Golf & Country Club (West/South), Ancaster, Ontario, CAN
- Hamilton Golf & Country Club (East), Ancaster, Ontario, CAN
- Predator Ridge Resort (Ridge), Vernon, British Columbia, CAN
- Sand Hills Golf Club, Mullen, Nebraska, USA
- Scarboro Golf & Country Club, Scarborough, Ontario, CAN

2009 ADDITIONS
- Bear Mountain - Mountain Course, Victoria, British Columbia, CAN
- Burlington Golf & Country Club, Burlington, Ontario, CAN
- Devil's Pulpit, Caledon Village, Ontario, CAN
- Otter Creek Golf Club, Otterville, Ontario, CAN
- Royal Colwood Golf Club, Victoria, British Columbia, CAN
- Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club, Nicola Valley, British Columbia, CAN
- St. Thomas Golf & Country Club, Union, Ontario, CAN
- Tarandowah Golfers Club, Avon, Ontario, CAN
- Tobiano, Kamloops, British Columbia, CAN
- Westmount Golf & Country Club, Kitchener, Ontario, CAN

2008 ADDITIONS
- Brantford Golf & Country Club, Brantford, Ontario, CAN
- The Club at Bond Head - South Course, Bond Head, Ontario, CAN
- Eagles Nest Golf Club, Maple, Ontario, CAN
- Ginn Hammock Beach Resort - The Conservatory, Palm Coast, Florida, USA
- Ginn Hammock Beach Resort - The Ocean Course, Palm Coast, Florida, USA
- Lakeview Golf Course, Mississauga, Ontario, CAN
- Niagara Falls Country Club, Niagara Falls, New York, USA
- Oviinbyrd, Footsbay, Ontario, CAN
- Riverview Golf Club, Fenwick, Ontario, CAN
- Thornhill Golf & Country Club, Thornhill, Ontario, CAN
- Wanakah Country Club, Hamburg, New York, USA

2007 ADDITIONS
- Cherry Hill Club, Ridgeway, Ontario, CAN
- FireRock GC, Komoka, Ontario, CAN
- Glencairn GC, Halton Hills, Ontario, CAN
- Monarch Bay Golf Links, Dana Point, California, USA
- Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania, USA
- The Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades, California, USA
- Wooden Sticks, Uxbridge, Ontario, CAN

2006 ADDITIONS
- PGA Village (North, South and Dye Courses), Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA
- East Aurora CC, East Aurora, NY, USA
- Cutten Club, Guelph, Ontario, CAN
- Muskoka Bay Golf Club, Gravenhurst, Ontario, CAN
- Thundering Waters Golf Club, Niagara Falls, Ontario, CAN
- Princeville Resort (Prince Course), Princeville, Hawaii, USA
- Poipu Bay, Koloa, Hawaii, USA


Angus Glen GC - South Course
Markham, ON, Canada

7407 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.0/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (1995)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 31, 2001.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+11)


Beacon Hall GC
Aurora, ON, Canada

7001 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.3/148
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Cupp & Thomas McBroom (1988)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 28, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+11)


Bear Mountain - Mountain Course
Victoria, BC, Canada

7203 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.1/152
COURSE ARCHITECT: Steve Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 10, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Beechwood Golf & CC
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

6560 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.2/129
COURSE ARCHITECT: R.F. Moote & Brian Antonsen (1960)
CAREER ROUNDS: 5
LAST PLAYED: September 24, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 72 (E)


Bigwin Island GC
Lake of Bays, Muskoka, ON, Canada

7166 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.4/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2001)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: July 2, 2002.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


Blue Springs GC
Acton, ON, Canada

6921 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.5/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: Unknown (1991)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: August 18, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


Brantford G&CC
Brantford, ON, Canada

6534 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.9/126
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson, Nicol Thompson & George Cumming (1906)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 28, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


Bridgewater CC
Fort Erie, ON, Canada

6660 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.3/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1927)
CAREER ROUNDS: 5
LAST PLAYED: April 30, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+3)


Burlington G&CC
Burlington, ON, Canada

6479 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.9/130
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 27, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+3)


Caledon Woods GC
Bolton, ON, Canada

6415 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.7/123
COURSE ARCHITECT: Paul Takahashi (2003)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 10, 2004.
LOW SCORE: 90 (+19)


Cedar Brae Golf & CC
Toronto, ON, Canada

6521 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.5/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1969)
CAREER ROUNDS: 6
LAST PLAYED: September 7, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+8)


Cherry Hill Club
Ridgeway, ON, Canada

6891 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.0/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: Walter Travis (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: July 12, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


The Club at Bond Head - South Course
Bond Head, ON, Canada

7477 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.8/146
COURSE ARCHITECT: Dr. Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry & Jason Straka (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 6, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Coral Creek GC
Fisherville, ON, Canada

6940 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: Unrated
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1968)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 3, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+11)


Cutten Club
Guelph, ON, Canada

6470 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.7/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1931)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: October 24, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+8)


Deer Creek C&CC - North Course
Ajax, ON, Canada

6396 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.9/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jerry Coughlan & Jack Lally (1989)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 9, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+12)


Deerhurst Resort - Highlands Course
Huntsville, ON, Canada

7011 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.5/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Cupp & Thomas McBroom (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: August 8, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


Deer Ridge GC
Kitchener, ON, Canada

7105 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.5/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 18, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


Devil's Paintbrush
Caledon East, ON, Canada

6780 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.8/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry (1992)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 27, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+12)


Devil's Pulpit
Caledon Village, ON, Canada

7162 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.9/141
COURSE ARCHITECT: Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 20, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+12)


Eagles Nest GC
Maple, ON, Canada

7476 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.2/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2004)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 29, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


FireRock GC
Komoka, ON, Canada

7183 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.1/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 19, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


Glen Abbey GC
Oakville, ON, Canada

7112 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.5/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus (1976)
CAREER ROUNDS: 5
LAST PLAYED: June 25, 2009.
LOW SCORE: All Scrambles/Shambles


Glencairn GC
Halton Hills, ON, Canada

6772 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.9/139
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: July 2, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 72 (E)


Grand Niagara Resort
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

7425 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.1/138
COURSE ARCHITECT: Rees Jones (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 7
LAST PLAYED: September 16, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Hamilton G&CC - West/South
Ancaster, ON, Canada

6915 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.1/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Harry S. Colt (1915)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 11, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+12)


Hamilton G&CC - East (Nine Holes)
Ancaster, ON, Canada

3294 YARDS (PAR 35)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 36.0/125
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1975)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 11, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 39 (+4)


Hawk Ridge G&CC - Timber Ridge Course
Orillia, ON, Canada

6531 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.3/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: UNKNOWN (1989)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 5, 2002.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+9)


Heron Point
Alberton, ON, Canada

6841 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.8/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (1992)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 21, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+11)


Highland Country Club
London, ON, Canada

6584 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.1/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: April 30, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+11)


Hidden Lake GC - New Course
Burlington, ON, Canada

6645 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.1/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Terry Parker & George Tidd (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 10, 2001.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+12)


King's Forest GC
Hamilton, ON, Canada

7150 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.9/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Matt Broman (1974)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: August 23, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Lakeview GC
Mississauga, ON, Canada

6340 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.0/121
COURSE ARCHITECT: Herbert Strong (1907)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: September 6, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+9)


Legends on the Niagara - Battlefield
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

7309 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.0/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2002)
CAREER ROUNDS: 7
LAST PLAYED: June 29, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 69 (-3)


Legends on the Niagara - Ussher's Creek
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

7180 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.6/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (2002)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: July 11, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


Links of Niagara at Willo-Dell
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

6724 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.3/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: Nicol Thompson (1963)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: August 8, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


Lionhead G&CC - Legends Course
Brampton, ON, Canada

7120 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.3/152
COURSE ARCHITECT: Ted Baker (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: June 4, 2004.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Lionhead G&CC - Masters Course
Brampton, ON, Canada

7035 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.8/147
COURSE ARCHITECT: Ted Baker (1991)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 22, 2002.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+9)


LochNess Links
Welland, ON, Canada

7016 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.6/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: Graham Cooke (2000)
CAREER ROUNDS: 18
LAST PLAYED: October 16, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+2)


Lookout Point CC
Fonthill, ON, Canada

6617 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.1/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: Walter Travis (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 6
LAST PLAYED: October 19, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Monterra Golf Club
Blue Mountains, ON, Canada

6581 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.9/142
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (1989)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 8, 2013.
LOW SCORE: SCRAMBLE ROUND


Muskoka Bay Club
Gravenhurst, ON, Canada

7367 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.1/146
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2006)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 14, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Mystic GC
Ancaster, ON, Canada

7365 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.4/150
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Pearson (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: September 8, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


National Golf Club of Canada
Woodbridge, ON, Canada

7235 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.3/152
COURSE ARCHITECT: George Fazio and Tom Fazio (1975)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 21, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 88 (+17)


Niagara Parks - Whirlpool GC
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

7019 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.3/126
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1951)
CAREER ROUNDS: 8
LAST PLAYED: September 12, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Oliver's Nest
Oakwood, ON, Canada

6625 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.4/129
COURSE ARCHITECT: Graham Cooke (1996)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 28, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+3)


Oshawa GC
Oshawa, ON, Canada

6410 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.6/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1929)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 7, 2002.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+13)


Osprey Valley GC - Heathlands Course
Alton, ON, Canada

6810 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.6/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (1992)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 26, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+7)


Osprey Valley GC - Hoot
Alton, ON, Canada

7091 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.3/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2001)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 4, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Otter Creek Golf Club
Otterville, ON, Canada

7124 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.6/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Dick Kirkpatrick (2008)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 20, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


Oviinbyrd
Footsbay, ON, Canada

7157 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.6/146
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (2004)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 25, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Pelham Hills GC
Welland, ON, Canada

6557 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.0/129
COURSE ARCHITECT: UNKNOWN (Unknown)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: August 11, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+3)


Peninsula Lakes GC
Fenwick, ON, Canada

6514 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.7/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: Rene Muylaert (1980)
CAREER ROUNDS: 12
LAST PLAYED: September 22, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+4)


Port Colborne CC
Port Colborne, ON, Canada

6550 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.0/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: Bob Moule & Bill Robinson (1929)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: July 8, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+2)


Predator Ridge Resort - Ridge Course
Vernon, BC, Canada

7123 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.8/133
COURSE ARCHITECT: Doug Carrick (2010)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 26, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+2)


RattleSnake Point - Copperhead Course
Milton, ON, Canada

7333 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.9/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (1999)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 19, 2005.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+9)


Riverview GC
Fenwick, ON, Canada

6680 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.2/126
COURSE ARCHITECT: John Moodie Sr. (1960)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 8, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+2)


Rockway Glen GC
St. Catharines, ON, Canada

6914 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.0/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Moote (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 6
LAST PLAYED: August 12, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+3)


Rolling Meadows Golf & CC
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

6224 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.6/130
COURSE ARCHITECT: UNKNOWN (1970)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: September 23, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+4)


Rosedale GC
Toronto, ON, Canada

6471 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.9/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: Donald Ross (1893)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 8, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+7)


Royal Ashburn GC
Ashburn, ON, Canada

7034 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.0/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: Wilson Paterson (1961)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 16, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 92 (+20)


Royal Colwood GC
Victoria, BC, Canada

6674 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.3/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: A. Vernon Macan (1913)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 9, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+12)


Royal Niagara GC
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, Canada

7028 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.0/141
COURSE ARCHITECT: Ted Baker (2001)
CAREER ROUNDS: 9
LAST PLAYED: April 10, 2004.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Sagebrush Golf & Sporting Club
Nicola Valley, BC, Canada

7372 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.7/142
COURSE ARCHITECT: Rod Whitman, Richard Zokol & Armen Suny (2008)
CAREER ROUNDS: 7
LAST PLAYED: July 25, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 73 (+1)


Scarboro Golf & Country Club
Scarborough, ON, Canada

6526 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.3/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast (1924)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 3, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+6)


South Muskoka Curling & GC
Bracebridge, ON, Canada

6399 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.6/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1974)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 1, 2002.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


St. Catharines G&CC
St. Catharines, ON, Canada

6792 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.1/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1948)
CAREER ROUNDS: A ton
LOW SCORE: 68 (-4)


St. George's G&CC
Etobicoke, ON, Canada

7154 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.6/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: September 4, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 74 (+3)


St. Thomas G&CC
Union, ON, Canada

6848 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.1/128
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1929)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 28, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+8)


Sutton Creek G&CC
Essex, ON, Canada

6901 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.6/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Heaslip (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 5, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


Taboo
Gravenhurst, ON, Canada

7340 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.6/153
COURSE ARCHITECT: Ron Garl (2002)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: September 28, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+11)


Tarandowah Golfers Club
Avon, ON, Canada

7067 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.0/126
COURSE ARCHITECT: Martin Hawtree (2008)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1 (Partial Round)
LAST PLAYED: June 30, 2009.
LOW SCORE: Incomplete Round


Thornhill G&CC
Thornhill, ON, Canada

6568 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.1/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1922)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: June 4, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+5)


Thundering Waters GC
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

7208 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.9/149
COURSE ARCHITECT: John Daly & Bo Danoff (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: May 30, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Tobiano
Kamloops, BC, Canada

7367 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.3/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Thomas McBroom (2007)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: July 22, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Trafalgar G&CC
Milton, ON, Canada

6530 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.7/123
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1958)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 14, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+14)


Twenty Valley Golf & CC
Vineland, ON, Canada

6701 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.3/127
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robbie Robinson (1960)
CAREER ROUNDS: 5
LAST PLAYED: July 19, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Watson's Glen GC
Pickering, ON, Canada

7083 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.7/139
COURSE ARCHITECT: Kevin Holmes (2002)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 10, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


Westmount G&CC
Kitchener, ON, Canada

6943 YARDS (PAR 73)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.0/130
COURSE ARCHITECT: Stanley Thompson (1931)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 1, 2009.
LOW SCORE: 90 (+17)


Willow Valley GC
Mount Hope, ON, Canada

6522 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.2/136
COURSE ARCHITECT: Graham Cooke (2000)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: September 8, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Wooden Sticks
Uxbridge, ON, Canada

7025 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.2/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: Ron Garl (2000)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 16, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


Woodington Lake GC
Tottenham, ON, Canada

7015 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.6/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: Harry Allard (1995)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 19, 2004.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)



Ballyneal Golf & Hunt Club
Holyoke, CO, USA

7147 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: Not Rated
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Doak (2006)
CAREER ROUNDS: 15
LAST PLAYED: July 22, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+4)


Bandon Dunes
Bandon, OR, USA

6732 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.1/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: David McLay Kidd (1999)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: March 18, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Bandon Trails
Bandon, OR, USA

6765 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.7/133
COURSE ARCHITECT: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (2005)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: March 19, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+6)


Bethpage State Park - Black Course
Farmingdale, NY, USA

7468 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.6/144
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast & Joe Burbeck (1936)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 25, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+6)


The Broadmoor - West Course
Colorado Springs, CO, USA

7101 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.8/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Donald Ross (1918); Robert Trent Jones Sr (1964)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 18, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 91 (+20)


California Golf Club of San Francisco
South San Francisco, CA, USA

7216 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.7/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: A. Vernon Macan (1926); Alister MacKenzie (1928); Kyle Phillips (2008)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 24, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+12)


Cascades GC
Jackson, MI, USA

6651 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.6/124
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Bendelow (1929)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 6, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+3)


Castle Pines Golf Club
Castle Rock, CO, USA

7696 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 77.4/155
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus (1981)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 25, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 86 (+14)


Cog Hill GC - Dubsdread
Lemont, IL, USA

7554 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 77.8/151
COURSE ARCHITECT: Dick Wilson & Joe Lee (1964)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 7, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 87 (+15)


Colorado Golf Club
Parker, CO, USA

7389 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.1/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (2007)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: July 19, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


CommonGround Golf Course
Aurora, CO, USA

7229 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.8/128
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Doak (2009)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: June 26, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+8)


The Course at Yale
New Haven, CT, USA

6759 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.9/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: C.B. Macdonald, Seth Raynor & Charles Banks (1926)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 15, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+14)


Dismal River Club
Mullen, NE, USA

7442 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: Not Rated
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus (2006)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: June 30, 2012.
LOW SCORE: 71 (-1)


East Aurora CC
East Aurora, NY, USA

6285 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.6/126
COURSE ARCHITECT: William Harries & Russell Tryon (1916)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: July 22, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+5)


Fenway Golf Club
Scarsdale, NY, USA

6714 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.8/138
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast (1924)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 15, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+7)


Hammock Beach Resort - The Conservatory
Palm Coast, FL, USA

7776 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 78.4/155
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Watson (2006)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: April 26, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Hammock Beach Resort - The Ocean Course
Palm Coast, FL, USA

7201 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 77.0/147
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus (2000)
CAREER ROUNDS: 3
LAST PLAYED: April 26, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Leatherstocking Golf Course
Cooperstown, NY, USA

6401 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.8/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Devereux Emmet (1909)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 22, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Longaberger Golf Club
Nashport, OH, USA

7243 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.0/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Arthur Hills (1999)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 18, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


Maumee Bay State Park GC
Oregon, OH, USA

6941 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.3/129
COURSE ARCHITECT: Arthur Hills (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 9, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


Maidstone Club
East Hampton, NY, USA

6560 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.8/139
COURSE ARCHITECT: Willie Park Jr. and John Park (1924)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 3, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


Meadowlands GC
Winston-Salem, NC, USA

6706 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.7/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Hale Irwin (1998)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 29, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


The Medallion Club
Westerville, OH, USA

7216 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.8/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus II (1993)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 19, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 73 (+1)


Monarch Beach Golf Links
Dana Point, CA, USA

6601 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.8/138
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1984)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 17, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+10)


Monterey Peninsula Country Club - Shore Course
Pebble Beach, CA, USA

6873 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.3/133
COURSE ARCHITECT: Mike Strantz (2004)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 28, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


Muirfield Village Golf Club
Dublin, OH, USA

7352 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.9/153
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus & Desmond Muirhead (1974)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: July 22, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


National Golf Links of America
Southampton, NY, USA

6935 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.3/139
COURSE ARCHITECT: C.B. Macdonald (1911)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 23, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Niagara Falls Country Club
Lewiston, NY, USA

6826 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.0/131
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast (1919)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 11, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+10)


Oakmont Country Club
Oakmont, PA, USA

7255 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 77.5/147
COURSE ARCHITECT: Henry C. Fownes (1903)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 29, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 86 (+15)


Old Macdonald
Bandon, OR, USA

6944 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.1/133
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Doak & Jim Urbina (2010)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: March 21, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+12)


Pacific Dunes
Bandon, OR, USA

6633 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.0/142
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Doak (2001)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: March 20, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+4)


Pasatiempo Golf Club
Santa Cruz, CA, USA

6521 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.4/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: Alister MacKenzie (1929)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 29, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+11)


Pebble Beach Golf Links
Pebble Beach, CA, USA

6828 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.7/143
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Neville & Douglas Grant (1919)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 30, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)


Pebble Creek GC
Lexington, OH, USA

6554 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.8/117
COURSE ARCHITECT: William F. Mitchell (1974)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 11, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 72 (E)


Peter Hay Golf Course
Pebble Beach, CA, USA

748 YARDS (PAR 27)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: Not Rated
COURSE ARCHITECT: Peter Hay, Jack Neville and Robert McClure (1957)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 29, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 30 (+3)


PGA Golf Club - Dye Course
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA

7150 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.7/139
COURSE ARCHITECT: Pete Dye (1998)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: April 28, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+12)


PGA Golf Club - Ryder Course
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA

7026 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.0/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Fazio (1995)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: April 27, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 82 (+10)


PGA Golf Club - Wanamaker Course
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA

7076 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.7/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Tom Fazio (1996)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: April 28, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Pine Acres CC
Bradford, PA, USA

6724 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.5/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: James Harrison (1970)
CAREER ROUNDS: 4
LAST PLAYED: June 22, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+4)


Poipu Bay
Koloa, HI, USA

7123 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.9/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1991)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: November 8, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Princeville - The Prince Course
Princeville, HI, USA

7309 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.7/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1990)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: November 3, 2006.
LOW SCORE: 88 (+16)


Punderson State Park GC
Newbury, OH, USA

6815 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.3/125
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Kidwell (1969)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 10, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+9)


Riviera Country Club
Pacific Palisades, CA, USA

7178 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.6/137
COURSE ARCHITECT: George C. Thomas Jr. (1927)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 23, 2007.
LOW SCORE: 83 (+12)


Salem Glen CC
Clemmons, NC, USA

7012 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.4/132
COURSE ARCHITECT: Glen Day & Jack Nicklaus (1997)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 29, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+9)


Sand Hills Golf Club
Mullen, NE, USA

7089 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: Not Rated
COURSE ARCHITECT: Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw (1995)
CAREER ROUNDS: 6
LAST PLAYED: June 15, 2010.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+4)


Scioto Country Club
Columbus, OH, USA

6960 YARDS (PAR 71)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.1/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Donald Ross (1916)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 20, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+10)


Sebonack
Southampton, NY, USA

7534 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 77.6/151
COURSE ARCHITECT: Jack Nicklaus & Tom Doak (2006)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 24, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 81 (+9)


Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
Southampton, NY, USA

7041 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 74.7/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: William Flynn (1931)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: October 2, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 84 (+14)


Southampton Golf Club
Southampton, NY, USA

6359 YARDS (PAR 70)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 70.8/125
COURSE ARCHITECT: Seth Raynor (1925)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: May 24, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 76 (+6)


Tanglewood Park - Championship Course
Clemmons, NC, USA

7101 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 75.3/142
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Sr. (1956)
CAREER ROUNDS: 2
LAST PLAYED: July 30, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 75 (+3)


Tanglewood Park - Reynolds Course
Clemmons, NC, USA

6537 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.8/135
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Sr. (1956)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 28, 2003.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)


Wanakah Country Club
Hamburg, NY, USA

6901 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.5/134
COURSE ARCHITECT: Donald Ross (1899)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: September 27, 2008.
LOW SCORE: 77 (+5)


Warren GC at the University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN, USA

6744 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 72.4/129
COURSE ARCHITECT: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (1999)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 8, 2000.
LOW SCORE: 80 (+8)


Wedgewood Golf & Country Club
Powell, OH, USA

6965 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.6/140
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1991)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: July 21, 2011.
LOW SCORE: 79 (+7)


Winged Foot Golf Club - East Course
Mamaroneck, NY, USA

6792 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 73.9/141
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast (1923)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1 (Back Nine Only)
LAST PLAYED: August 14, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 39 (+4)


Winged Foot Golf Club - West Course
Mamaroneck, NY, USA

7258 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 76.2/145
COURSE ARCHITECT: A.W. Tillinghast (1923)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: August 14, 2013.
LOW SCORE: 78 (+6)



Playa Dorada GC
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

6730 YARDS (PAR 72)
COURSE RATING/SLOPE: 71.5
COURSE ARCHITECT: Robert Trent Jones Sr. (1976)
CAREER ROUNDS: 1
LAST PLAYED: March 15, 2001.
LOW SCORE: 85 (+13)