The 27-hole, Hailey, Idaho property is renovating its South and North courses, two nine-hole layouts, in two phases, so 18 holes will always remain open. The project, which will address water conservation, playability and aesthetics, is set to begin in the fall with work scheduled to be complete in spring 2020. The Valley Club in…
When the 2021 tournament returns to the Nebraska club, which also hosted it in 2013, it will tie the record for fastest return of a Senior Open. The 2022 tournament will be a record third for Saucon Valley CC and will coincide with the Bethlehem, Pa. club’s 100th anniversary. The United States Golf Association…
The Pittsford, N.Y., property will play host to the 50-and-over Champions Tour event in May 2019. Between 1995 and through 2023, Oak Hill will have hosted one Ryder Cup (1995), two Senior PGAs (2008, 2019) and three PGA Championships (2003, 2013, 2023).
The Durango, Colo. property will use acreage acquired through a land swap with the U.S. Forest Service to create a new 18-hole private Glacier Course, a Hale Irwin-Todd Schoeder Signature Design that will open in the spring of 2017. Two existing nine-hole courses will be combined into the daily-fee Cliffs Course as part of the plan.
The Durango, Colo., property is incorporating one of its existing nine-hole courses into the design of the 18-hole Glacier Course, which will measure 7,100 yards from the back tees.
The Rock Hill, S.C., course was taken over through a foreclosure sale and has had to dispel perceptions that it was closed. Course improvements are now being made and a new management company is working to have more golfers discover it is “as good as ever.”
A cannon blast marked “the beginning of a new era” at the 90-year-old club following a 21-month, $6.5 million project that addressed persistent flooding issues.