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B-I don't see Maidstone on the list.
I think, after much hand wringing, it has been determined that Philmont (outside Philly) is a Park, not a Flynn.
Quote from: Jim_Coleman on September 01, 2014, 11:08:50 AM I think, after much hand wringing, it has been determined that Philmont (outside Philly) is a Park, not a Flynn.Jim, Could the north course be the Flynn and South course be the Park Jr? The clubs website isn't specific in that regard. http://www.philmontcc.org/Default.aspx?p=DynamicModule&pageid=377030&ssid=293039&vnf=1
I thought Tom Macwood uncovered that Toledo CC was William Watson?Chris
I believe he did OFCC North, most recently renovated by Mark Mungeam. OFCC South is a composite from parts of OFCC's other courses largely Tom Bendelow, most recently renovated by Steve Smyers. Both had work done by Jack Daray and the Packards from time to time.
How many holes did he do at Meadowbrook Country Club - Private in (Northville, MI)?
Quote from: Niall Hay on September 01, 2014, 09:40:21 PMHow many holes did he do at Meadowbrook Country Club - Private in (Northville, MI)?6 holeshttp://mccgcm.blogspot.com/2011/12/northville-historical-society-tribute.html
BC,Its a pedantic point I'm afraid, but the entry for Notts should really read "Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell)" as that is the full title. Notts being the club, which was previously at a couple of other courses in the later part of the 19th Century (one now known as Bulwell Forest was also laid out by Park Jnr I think?) before moving to its current course known as Hollinwell in 1901 the original layout for which was done by Park Jnr.Cheers,James