The Course


 

Blue Mound's 18 hole golf course is 6,672 yards from the black tees, 6,326 from the blue tees, and 5,638 from the white tees. Notable tournaments hosted include: the 1916 Western Open, won by Walter Hagen; the 1933 PGA Championship, won by Gene Sarazen; and the 1955 Miller Open, won by Dr. Cary Middlecoff. In the early 1900's, Seth J. Raynor, a pre-eminent golf course architect, created the layout. The club has preserved Raynor's design throughout the years, and has returned the course to its original splendor to enhance the playing experience.