Seth Raynor

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Seth Raynor
Born 1874
Long Island, New York, United States
Died 1926 (aged 51–52)
West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Nationality  United States
Alma mater Princeton University
Occupation Golf course architect

Seth Raynor (1874 – 1926) was an American golf course architect. He built over 100 courses in about 20 years, his first in 1914 at age 38. His mentor and co-architect on several courses was Charles Blair Macdonald, the creator of the National Golf Links of America, and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.[1][2]

Golf courses[edit]

  • Augusta Country Club - Bon Air Hotel, Lake Course, Private, no longer in existence - Augusta, GA
  • Bellport Golf Club - Private in Bellport, NY
  • Blind Brook Club - Private in Purchase, NY
  • Blue Mound Golf & Country Club - Private in Wauwatosa, WI
  • Brookville Country Club - Private in Glen Head, NY
  • Camargo Club - Private in Cincinnati, OH
  • Chicago Golf Club - Private in Wheaton, IL
  • Cold Spring Country Club - Private in Cold Spring Harbor, NY
  • Country Club of Charleston - Private in Charleston, SC
  • Country Club of Fairfield - Private in Fairfield, CT
  • Creek Club, The - Private in Locust Valley, NY
  • Dedham Country and Polo Club - Private in Dedham, MA
  • Elkridge Club - Private in Baltimore, MD
  • Essex County Country Club - Private in West Orange, NJ
  • Essex Fells Country Club - Private in Essex Fells, NJ
  • Everglades Golf Course - Private in Palm Beach, FL
  • Fox Chapel Golf Club - Private in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Fishers Island Club - Private in Fishers Island, NY
  • Gardiners Bay Country Club - Private in Shelter Island, NY
  • Gibson Island Club - Private in Gibson Island, MD
  • Greenbrier - Greenbrier Course - Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV
  • Greenbrier - Old White TPC Course - Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV
  • Greenwich Country Club - Private in Greenwich, CT
  • Hotchkiss School - Semi-Private in Lakeville, CT
  • Knollwood Country Club - Private in Elmsford, NY
  • Lookout Mountain Golf Club - Private in Lookout Mountain, GA
  • Metairie Country Club - Private in Metairie, LA
  • Mid Ocean Club, Private in Bermuda
  • Mid-Pacific Country Club, Private in Kailua, HI
  • Midland Hills Country Club - Private in Saint Paul, MN
  • Minnesota Valley Country Club - Private in Bloomington, MN
  • Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Dunes Course - Private in Pebble Beach, CA
  • Morris County Golf Club - Private in Morristown, NJ
  • Mountain Lake - Private in Lake Wales, FL
  • North Shore Country Club - Private in Glen Head, NY
  • Rock Spring Club - Private, in West Orange, NJ
  • Roselle Golf Club - Private, no longer in existence, in Roselle, NJ
  • Shoreacres - Private in Lake Bluff, IL
  • Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Eighteen Hole, Private in Scarborough, NY
  • Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Nine Hole, Private in Scarborough, NY
  • Somerset Country Club - Private in Mendota Heights, MN
  • Southampton Golf Club - Private in Southampton, NY
  • Sunningdale Country Club - Private in Scarsdale, NY
  • Tamarack Country Club - Private in Greenwich, CT
  • Thousand Islands Country Club - The Lake Course, Semi-Private, in Wellesley Island, NY
  • Thousand Islands Country Club - The Old Course, Semi-Private, in Wellesley Island, NY
  • Twin Brooks Country Club - Private in Watchung, NJ
  • Waialae Country Club - Private in Honolulu, HI
  • Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club - Private in Middletown, RI
  • Westhampton Country Club - Private in Westhampton Beach, NY
  • Yale University Golf Club - Private in New Haven, CT
  • Yeamans Hall Country Club - Private in Hanahan, SC

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pioppi, Anthony (2010-11-18). "Seth Raynor: paradoxical designer". Golf Course Architecture. Retrieved 2014-06-21. 
  2. ^ "Seth Raynor - golf course architect - golf courses built, articles, related information". Worldgolf.com. 2014-01-01. Retrieved 2014-06-21. 
  3. ^ "Golf Course Architecture Timeline". Golf Club Atlas. 2005-05-02. Retrieved 2014-06-21. 
  4. ^ "Seth Raynor". Shoreacres1916.com. 1926-01-23. Retrieved 2014-06-21. 
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Photo of Seth Raynor

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