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Rick,Thanks for posting the 1912 layout of Brooklawn. I have never seen that before. It appears that holes 3-10 are very similar to today's routing. I remember several years ago Jim Kennedy posted a picture of what is today's ninth green (prior to Tillinghasts work) and it looked much like the same setting as today. I like to see how the old courses have evolved over time. It's very helpful when the old layout is superimposed on the old. Thanks for sharing these.Bret
Langford & Moreau (says it on the image).The search function will give you a bit of info on Acacia.That 13th hole looks alot like the layout of the great 4th at Barbougle.
Jim, the paper misspelled the name of Jack Croke.
Quote from: Tim_Cronin on December 14, 2017, 06:02:22 AMJim, the paper misspelled the name of Jack Croke.OOPS! He must have enjoyed Pasadena, he was playing out of PCC in this photo from 1922. Read that he succeeded James Foulis as the Pro at Calumet CC in 1912.