Review: The Meadow Valleys Course at Blackwolf Run

Caddies told us that most golfers on packages completely neglect the Meadow Valleys Course. While it’s true this course lacks the dramatic backdrops of Whistling Straits, Meadow Valleys holds its own and rightfully belongs in the Top 100 public courses. My playing partner and I were extremely impressed and highly recommend this course to anyone going on a golf trip to Wisconsin. … More Review: The Meadow Valleys Course at Blackwolf Run

Review: Nehoiden Golf Club

Course Name: Nehoiden Golf Club Designer: Unknown (1893) Location: Wellesley, Massachusetts History: Founded in 1893, Nehoiden is the oldest college course in America and debatably the oldest nine-hole course as well. Open only to residents of Wellesley and Wellesley College affiliates, Nehoiden was known as Wellesley Golf Club until 1927. Conditions: 8/10, The conditioning at Nehoiden is impressive. The rough … More Review: Nehoiden Golf Club

Review: Kirkbrae Country Club

Course Name: Kirkbrae Country Club Designer: Geoffrey Cornish/Bill Robinson (1961) Location: Lincoln, Rhode Island History: Established in 1961, Kirkbrae is the premier private club north of Providence. Serving the Blackstone River Valley, this club is also a very popular spot for weddings and other events. Conditions: 8/10, A very well kept course, Kirkbrae is notable for its thick rough and speedy, … More Review: Kirkbrae Country Club

Review: Kearney Hill Golf Links

Course Name: Kearney Hill Golf Links Designer: Pete Dye/P.B. Dye (1989) Location: Lexington, Kentucky History: In 1989, Pete Dye and his son P.B. were invited by Lexington golfing legend Johnny Owens to create a championship course in an area relatively devoid of strong golf courses. The resulting municipal course, Kearney Hill, immediately became the crowned jewel of Central Kentucky, … More Review: Kearney Hill Golf Links