This is the second of three in this series of city-based golf courses. The course has been designed to reflect US Open style courses and most closely resembles the Donald Ross designed Aronimink GC, considered one of the best golf courses in America. The undulating terrain has a sink in the middle and therefore most holes run through this, providing up-hill and down-hill shots. On the back 9 several holes run along the sink to provide a different test. The bunkering clusters are very distinctive, again reflecting the unique design of Aronimink. Finally, the greens have spines and channels so that putting can be very easy when accurate but can leave difficult shots and putts if you are on the wrong side of the hole. The course is a Par 70 and plays nearly 7,300 yards from the back tees.
|Jomazano Marshes Tour||Highlands||70|
|Meanwood Heath GC||Countryside||71|
|Cookridge City GC||Rustic||70|
|Eaton Golf and Sailing Club||Boreal||72|
|Fulton County GC (Tour)||Boreal||72|
|Cheshire Royal GC (Tour)||Rustic||71|
|Wilde Venen GC||Countryside||71|