Grover Cleveland Golf Course may be the cheapest U.S. Open course you can play. For just $18 on weekdays, you can play this muny that hosted the 1912 U.S. Open—won by John McDermott—when it was then the private Country Club of Buffalo. Grover Cleveland, originally founded as the Country Club of Buffalo, was designed by Walter Travis and redesigned by Donald Ross. In 1925, the country club sold the course to the City of Buffalo, and it was subsequently renamed Grover Cleveland Golf Course, after the former city mayor and U.S. President. A year later in 1926, the newly public layout hosted the U.S. Amateur Public Links. Today, the par-69 tips out at just over 5,600 yards, making it not only the most affordable, but the most playable former U.S. Open venue you can play.