Charles Alison Course

Renown golf course architects Harry S. Colt and Charles Hugh Alison were selected to design the original course, with Alison being the principal architect involved with the initial routing plan. The course makes dramatic use of the natural terrain and elevation, with two beautiful creeks coming into play on five holes. From the opening day, the reputation grew quickly, and it soon became known as one of the best courses in the midwest. The course has always been rated by Golf Digest as one of the best in the state, and the famed 16th hole has twice been awarded national recognition as an "All American Golf Hole" by Sports Illustrated magazine.

Courses designed by Charles Hugh Alison:

Blue/White at Timber Point Country Club - Public in Great River
Briarwood Country Club - Private in Deerfield
Bryanston Country Club in Gauteng
Century Country Club - Private in Purchase
Dalat Palace Golf Club in Vietnam
Davenport Country Club - Private in Pleasant Valley
Fresh Meadow Country Club - Private in Great Neck
Glendower Golf Club in Gauteng
Highland Park Golf Course - Public in Bloomington
Huntingdale Golf Club in Victoria
Kingsthorpe Golf Club in Northamptonshire
Kirtland Country Club - Private in Willoughby
Knollwood Club - Private in Lake Forest
Lost Nation Municipal Golf Course in Willoughby
Milwaukee Country Club - Private in River Hills
North Shore Country Club - Private in Glenview
Orchard Lake Country Club - Private in Orchard Lake
Park Country Club, The - Private in Williamsville
Plum Hollow Country Club - Private in Southfield
Red/Blue at Timber Point Country Club - Public in Great River
Regulation at Country Club of Detroit - Private in Grosse Pointe Farms
Seaside at Sea Island Golf Club in Saint Simons Island
South at Canoe Brook Country Club - Private in Summit
Westwood Country Club - Private in Rocky River
Westwood Country Club - Private in Williamsville
White/Red at Timber Point Country Club - Public in Great River

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