A world-renowned championship golf course. The club has hosted several international tournaments, including the World Cup of Golf, the inaugural Solheim Cup, the inaugural USGA National Team Championships and the inaugural Tavistock Cup
The Hot Springs Country Club was established in 1898 as a semi-private Club offering membership privileges to the local residents, as well as providing golfing opportunities for the out-of-town visitors.
Nestled in the Ouachita foothills and surrounded by neighboring lakes and national parks, the Hot Springs Country Club continues to operate with those same Southern traditions of...
This Weeks Golf Courses:
PGA Tour: Brown Deer Park Golf Course, Milwaukee, Wis. USA
Nationwide: Whistle Bear Golf Club, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
LPGA: Evian Masters Golf Club, Evian, France
Champions: Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Aberdeen, Scotland
European Tour: Golf Club Gut Kaden, Hamburg, Germany
This golf course was designed by famed architect Walter J. Travis (1862-1927), the 1900, 1901 and 1903 U.S. Amateur Champion and 1904 British Amateur Champion, who also designed the Westchester Country Club, the Onondaga Country Club in Syracuse, Orchard Park in Buffalo, the Jekyll Island and Sea Island golf courses in Georgia and Cherry Hill in Canada.