Milwaukee Country Club in Wisconsin.
C.H. Alison, 1929

A Golden Age classic too rarely mentioned in discussions of great Midwestern courses. Designed by C.H. Alison, Milwaukee Country Club is a charming old-school layout that challenges the modern player with fast greens and deep bunkers. Holes 8 through 12 are an epic stretch that ends with a par-3 over the Milwaukee River. The design is without a doubt one of Alison’s best, and as Pete Dye once said of Milwaukee, “Great grass.” (Photo: Courtesy)