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America's 100 Greatest Courses

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California G.C. of San Francisco, South San Francisco, Calif.
Willie Lock, 1920.
Remodeled by A. Vernon Macon, 1926
Remodeled by Alister Mackenzie, 1929.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1967.
Remodeled by J. Michael Poelllot, 1996.
Remodeled by Kyle Phillips, 2007.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

Calusa Pines G.C., Naples, Fla.

Michael Hurdzan & Dana Fry, 2001
Ranked for 6 years
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Eighth 10 - No. 71
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Tenth 10 - No. 92
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Eighth 10 - No. T79

Camargo C., Cincinnati, Ohio

Seth Raynor & Charles Banks, 1927.
Remodeled by Tom Doak, 1997-2000.
Ranked for 19 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966) OFF 1967-1990
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Sixth 10 - No. 59
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Eighth 10 - No. 71
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Ninth 10 - No. 84
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Seventh 10 - No. 70
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Ninth 10 - No. 82
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Eighth 10 - No. 75
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Seventh 10 - No. 66
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Sixth 10 - No. 57
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Sixth 10 - No. 55
Off 2009

Canoe Brook C.C. (North Cse.), Summit, N.J.
Alex Smith, 1905.
Remodeled by Walter Travis, 1920.
Remodeled by Alfred Tull, 1951.
Remodeled by Rees Jones, 1995.
Ranked for 4 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Tenth 10
OFF 1971

Canterbury G.C., Cleveland, Ohio
Herbert Strong, 1922.
Remodeled by Jack Way, 1927 & 1945.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish & William Robinson (1978).
Ranked for 41 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967-1968
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Sixth 10 - No. 52
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Eighth 10 - No. 73
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Sixth 10 - No. 55
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Ninth 10 - No. 88
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Ninth 10 - No. 89
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Sixth 10 - No. 56
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Seventh 10 - No. 63
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Seventh 10 - No. 64
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Sixth 10 - No. 56
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Fifth 10 - No. 46
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Ninth 10 - No. 86
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Tenth 10 - No. 94
Off 2009

Canyata G.C., Marshall, Ill.

Bob Lohmann & Mike Benkusky, 2004
Ranked for 4 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Fifth 10 - No. 42
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Fourth 10 - No. 39

Carlton Oaks C.C., Santee, Calif.
William H. Tucker Jr., 1962.
Remodeled by Perry Dye, 1990.
Ranked for 2 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Castle Pines G.C., Castle Rock, Colo.
Jack Nicklaus, 1981.
Ranked for 26 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Third 10 - No. 30
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Fourth10 - No. 37
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Fourth10 - No. 40
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Fifth 10 - No. 42
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Fifth 10 - No. 48
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Fifth 10 - No. 44
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Fifth 10 - No. 46
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Eighth 10 - No. 74
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Seventh 10 - No. 68
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Fifth 10 - No. 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Fourth 10 - No. 36
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Third 10 - No. 28
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Third 10 - No. T29

Cedar Ridge C.C., Broken Arrow, Okla.

Joe Finger, 1969.
Remodeled by Joe Finger, 1995.
Ranked for 12 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Tenth 10 - No. 100
OFF 1987

Cedar Rock C.C., Lenoir, N.C.
Ellis Maples, 1965
Ranked for 2 years.
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Eighth 10
OFF 1971

CenterPointe G. & C.C., Canandaigua, N.Y.
(Formerly known as Kanandaque G.C.,)
Elmer Michaels & John Thornton, 1963.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

Century C.C., Purchase, N.Y.

C.H. Alison & H.S. Colt, 1923.
Remodeled by Gil Hanse, 1998.
Remodeled by John Harvey, 2005-2006.
Ranked for 2 years.
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Ninth 10
OFF 1971

Champions G.C. (Cypress Creek Cse.), Houston, Texas
Ralph Plummer, Jimmy Demaret & Jack Burke Jr., 1957.
Remodeled by Jay Morrish, 1989.
Ranked for 23 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Tenth 10 - No. 93
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Tenth 10 - No. 99
OFF 1989

Champions G.C. (Jackrabbit Cse.), Houston, Texas

George Fazio, Jimmy Demaret & Jack Burke Jr., 1964.
Remodeled by Tom Fazio, 2001.
Ranked for 14 years.
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
OFF 1985

Charlotte C.C., Charlotte, N.C.
Fred Laxton, 1912.
Remodeled by Donald Ross, 1913, 1925 & 1947.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1962 & 1984.
Remodeled by Brian Silva, 1997.
Ranked for 8 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Seventh 10 - No. 65
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Seventh 10 - No. 66
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Eighth 10 - No. 80
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Ninth 10 - No.86
OFF 1993

Cherokee C.C., Madison, Wis.

David Gill, 1964
Remodeled by Bob Lohmann, 1985.
Remodeled by Rick Jacobson, 2000.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo.

William S. Flynn & Howard Toomey, 1923.
Remodeled by Press Maxwell, 1961.
Remodeled by Arnold Palmer & Ed Seay, 1976.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish, 1993-1996.
Ranked for 45 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Sixth 10
OFF 1971-1972
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Fourth 10 - No. 31
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Fifth 10 - No. 41
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Fifth 10 - No. 44
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Fifth 10 - No. 48
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Fourth 10 - No. 32
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Fourth 10 - No. 31
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Fourth 10 - No. 31
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Fourth 10 - No. 33
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Third 10 - No. 25
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Third 10 - No. 21
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Sixth 10 - No. 58
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Sixth 10 - No. 53
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Sixth 10 - No. 54
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Seventh 10 - No. 67

Chicago G.C., Wheaton, Ill.
C.B. Macdonald, 1895.
Remodeled by Seth Raynor & Chick Evans, 1923.
Remodeled by Tom Doak, 2002.
Ranked for 45 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969-1970
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Fourth 10 - No. 40
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Fifth 10 - No. 46
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Sixth 10 - No. 52
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Fourth10 - No. 36
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Fourth 10 - No. 33
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Second10 - No. 18
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Fourth 10 - No. 35
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Fourth 10 - No. 35
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Fifth 10 - No. 43
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Fourth 10 - No. 33
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Fourth 10 - No. 39
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Third 10 - No. 28
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Second 10 - No. 12
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Second 10 - No. T17

Cog Hill G. & C.C. (Cse. No. 4), Lemont, Ill.
Dick Wilson & Joe Lee, 1965.
Remodeled by Rocky Roquemore, 2000.
Ranked for 36 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Seventh 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Tenth 10 - No. 94
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Tenth 10 - No. 93
OFF 1989-1990
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Eighth 10 - No. 78
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Seventh 10 - No. 68
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Sixth 10 - No. 59
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Sixth 10 - No. 54
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Fourth 10 - No. 40
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Seventh 10 - No. 64
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Sixth 10 - No. 60
OFF 2005

Coldstream C.C., Cincinnati, Ohio
Dick Wilson & Joe Lee, 1960
Remodeled by Robert von Hagge & Mike Smelek, 2005.
Ranked for 25 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Sixth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Eighth 10 - No. 74
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Seventh 10 - No. 70
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Ninth 10 - No. 82
OFF 1991

Colonial C.C. (South Cse.), Cordova, Tenn.
Joe Finger, 1971.
Remodeled by Bob Cupp, 1984.
Remodeled by Joe Finger, 1994.
Ranked for 8 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
OFF 1983

Colonial C.C., Fort Worth, Texas

John Bredemus & Perry Maxwell, 1936.
Three holes added by Perry Maxwell, 1940.
Remodeled by Dick Wilson, 1956.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1960.
Remodeled by Ben Hogan, 1962.
Remodeled by Press Maxwell, 1968.
Remodeled by Jay Morrish & Bob Cupp, 1982.
Remodeled by Keith Foster, 1999.
Ranked for 43 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Third 10 - No. 22
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Third 10 - No. 29
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Third 10 - No. 27
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Fourth 10 - No. 37
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Fifth 10 - No. 47
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Fifth 10 - No. 41
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Fifth 10 - No. 47
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Fifth 10 - No. 47
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Fourth 10 - No. 40
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Fourth 10 - No. 35
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Eighth 10 - No. 73
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Eighth 10 - No. 80
Off 2009

Columbia C.C., Blythewood, S.C.
Ellis Maples, 1962.
Remodeled by Mike Gleason, 2003.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Columbine C.C., Littleton, Colo.
Henry Hughes, 1955.
Remodeled by Press Maxwell, 1958.
Remodeled by Henry Hughes, 1966.
Ranked for 2 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

The Concord Resort & G.C. (International Cse.), Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.
Alfred Tull, 1958.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

The Concord Resort & G.C. (The Monster Cse.), Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.
Joe Finger, Jimmy Demaret & Jack Burke Jr., 1963.
Ranked for 26 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Fifth 10 - No. 44
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Fourth 10 - No. 39
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Ninth 10 - No. 90
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Tenth 10 - No. 96
OFF 1993

Congressional C.C. (Blue Cse.), Bethesda, Md.
Devereaux Emmet, 9 1923.
9 holes remodeled, 9 holes added Robert Trent Jones, 1957.
Remodeled by Rees Jones, 1989.
Ranked for all 47 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Fifth 10 - No. 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Seventh 10 - No. 62
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Ninth 10 - No. 88
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Seventh 10 - No. 66
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Eighth 10 - No. 73
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Seventh 10 - No. 68
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Seventh 10 - No. 69
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Sixth 10 - No. 59
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Eighth 10 - No. 71
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Seventh 10 - No. 63
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Ninth 10 - No. 89
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Ninth 10 - No. 86
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Seventh 10 - No. 66
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Eighth 10 - No. 77

Coral Ridge C.C., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Robert Trent Jones, 1955.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

Cottonwood at Rancho San Diego G.C. (Ivanhoe Cse.), El Cajon, Calif. [Formerly known as Cottonwood C.C.]
O. W. Moorman & A. C. Sears, 1962
Ranked for 2 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

The Country Club (Clyde/Squirrel 9s), Brookline, Mass.

[From 1985-1995 the U.S. Open composite course was ranked.]
Willie Campbell, 1895.
9 holes added by Nipper Campbell, 1902.
Remodeled by Nipper Campbell, 1912.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish & William Robinson, 1969.
Remodeled by Rees Jones, 1986.
Ranked for 45 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967-1968
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Fifth 10 - No. 46
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Sixth 10 - No.53
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Second 10 - No. 11
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Second10 - No. 18
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Second 10 - No. 17
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - First 10 - No. 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Second 10 - No. 13
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Second 10 - No. 12
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Second 10 - No. 13
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Second 10 - No. 11
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Second 10 - No. 19
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - Second 10 - No. 20
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Second 10 - No. 18
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Second 10 - No. 16

The Country Club, Salt Lake City, Utah

Harold Lamb, 1922.
Remodeled by Ralph Plummer, 1963.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Country Club of Birmingham (West Cse), Birmingham, Ala.
Donald Ross, 1929.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1959.
Remodeled by Pete Dye & P.B. Dye, 1986.
Ranked for 18 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
OFF 1985

Country Club of Darien, Darien, Conn.

Alfred Tull, 1958.
Remodeled by Hal Purdy, 1974.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish, 1983.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Country Club of Detroit, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.
H.S. Colt, 1914.
Remodeled by C.H. Alison & H.S. Colt, 1927.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1950.
Remodeled by Arthur Hills, 1981.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish, 1986.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones Jr., 1997.
Remodeled by Keith Foster, 2004.
Ranked for 25 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Sixth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Eighth 10 - No. 80
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Ninth 10 - No. 84
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Tenth 10 - No. 94
OFF 1991

Country Club of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind.
Tom Bendelow, 1914.
Remodeled by William Diddel, 1930.
Remodeled by Pete Dye, 1957.
Remodeled by Dean Refram, 1991.
Remodeled by Pete Dye, 1992.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

The Country Club of Jackson, Miss.
Dick Wilson & Joe Lee, 1963.
Remodeled by Tom Clark, 1979.
Remodeled by John Lafoy, 1988 & 1998-2002.
Remodeled by John Fought, 2006.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Country Club of Miami (West Cse.), Hialeah, Fla.

Robert Trent Jones,1962.
Remodeled by Bill Dietsch, 1969.
Remodeled by Bobby Weed & Brit Stenson, 1989.
Ranked for 5 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Tenth 10
OFF 1971

Country Club of North Carolina (Dogwood Cse.), Pinehurst, N.C.
Willard Byrd & Ellis Maples, 1963.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1977.
Remodeled by Arthur Hills, 2000-2001.
Ranked for 33 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Fourth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Seventh 10 - No. 63
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Eighth 10 - No. 74
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Eighth 10 - No. 79
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Tenth 10 - No. 93
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Tenth 10 - No. 98
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Eighth 10 - No. 78
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Ninth 10 - No. 86
OFF 1999

Country Club of Orangeburg, Orangeburg, S.C.

Ellis Maples, 1961.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

The Country Club of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y.
Donald Ross, 1914.
Remodeled by Donald Ross, 1932.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1960.
Remodeled by Arthur Hills, 1984 & 1995.
Remodeled by Gil Hanse, 2005.
Ranked for 1 year.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
OFF 1967

The Country Club of Virginia (James River Cse.), Richmond, Va.
William S. Flynn & Howard Toomey, 1928.
Remodeled by Fred Findlay, 1931.
Remodeled by William Gordon & David Gordon, 1958.
Remodeled by Rees Jones, 1993.
Remodeled by Lester George, 2004.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Crooked Stick G.C., Carmel, Ind.

Pete Dye & Alice Dye, 9 1965, A.9 1967.
Remodeled by Pete Dye, 1978, 1986 & 1990.
Ranked for 40 years.
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - Second 50
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - Seventh 10 - No. 64
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - Eighth 10 - No. 79
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Sixth 10 - No. 59
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Tenth 10 - No. 91
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Eighth 10 - No. 76
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Seventh 10 - No. 66
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Eighth 10 - No. 76
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Ninth 10 - No. 90
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Eighth 10 - No. 72
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Sixth 10 - No. 54
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Eighth 10 - No. 74
OFF 2007
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Tenth 10 - No. 100
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Tenth 10 - No. 96

Crosswater, Sunriver, Ore.
Bob Cupp, 1995.
Ranked for 4 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Eighth 10 - No. 80
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Tenth 10 - No. 96
OFF 2003

Crystal Downs G.C., Frankfort, Mich.
Alister Mackenzie & Perry Maxwell, 1933.
Remodeled by Geoffrey Cornish, 1985.
Ranked for 24 years.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - Second 10 - No. 16
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - Second 10 - No. 11
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - Second 10 - No. 14
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - Second 10 - No. 13
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - Second 10 - No. 18
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - Second 10 - No. 16
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - Second 10 - No. 19
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - Third 10 - No. 23
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - Second 10 - No. 11
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - First 10 - No. 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - Second 10 - No. 16
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - Second 10 - No. 12

Cypress Lake C.C., Fort Myers, Fla.
Dick Wilson & Joe Lee, 1959.
Remodeled by Steve Smyers, 1987.
Remodeled by Ron Garl, 2001.
Ranked for 3 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
OFF 1969

Cypress Point C., Pebble Beach, Calif.
Alister Mackenzie & Robert Hunter, 1928.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones, 1966.
Remodeled by Robert Trent Jones Jr., 1991.
Ranked for all 47 years.
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1966)
America's 200 Toughest Courses (1967-1968)
America's 100 Most Testing Courses (1969-1970) - Third 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1971-1972) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Tests of Golf (1973-1974) - Fifth 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1975-1976) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1977-1978) - Second 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1979-1980) - First 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1981-1982) - First 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1983-1984) - First 10
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1985-1986) - First 10 - No. 3
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1987-1988) - First 10 - No. 2
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1989-1990) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1991-1992) - First 10 - No. 3
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1993-1994) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1995-1996) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1997-1998) - First 10 - No. 3
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (1999-2000) - First 10 - No. 3
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2001-2002) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2003-2004) - First 10 - No. 3
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2005-2006) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2007-2008) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2009-2010) - First 10 - No. 4
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (2011-2012) - First 10 - No. 5

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