Tag: Alister MacKenzie

Moortown Golf Club, England

The site of the first Ryder Cup played in Britain, this English beauty has recently had many of its MacKenzie charms restored

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The Most Polarizing Courses in Golf

St. Andrews…Muirfield…Pinehurst No.2…TPC Sawgrass…Icons all. But they’re also among a handful of courses that split golfers into two groups—those who love them and those who emphatically do not

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Augusta National Golf Club

A mutual love of St. Andrews led Bobby Jones and Alister MacKenzie to establish an American classic

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California Golf Club of San Francisco

After a brilliant restoration, this rolling layout that Alister Mackenzie left his mark on reassumes its place in the pantheon of great bay area courses

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Pasatiempo Golf Club: Restoring the Golden Age

After a lengthy restoration process, this Alister MacKenzie marvel located between San Francisco and the Monterey Peninsula once again shines as it did during golf’s Golden Age

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Ganton Golf Club, England

Part inland course and part links, this little-known but highly praised design rates as one of the most subtle yet challenging layouts in Britain

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Meadow Club

One of the most influential architects in the game’s history, Alister MacKenzie got his start in the United States by building a little-known but brilliant design in Northern California

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