From Our Editors
The course at Touisset Country Club covers a verdant patch of repurposed farmland that still bears many of its original, naturally occurring hazards. In 1959, the then-amateur designers, Raymond Brigham and Richard Weller, built the course by hand. In doing so, they chose to leave the existing boulders in place rather than using them as paperweights for to-scale U.S. maps. And today, more than half a century later, the course balances such rugged features with well-maintained, penncross grass greens.
Course at a Glance:
- Nine-hole, par 35 course
- Total length of 3,024 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 69.1 from the back tees
- Course slope of 111 from the back tees
- Two sets of tees per hole