Merion Golf Club (East Course) Review

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Philadelphia is one of my favorite golf cities in the world. I have made three golf trips to the area previously, but for various reasons, rounds at Merion always fell through. When the opportunity to play Merion resurfaced this summer, I was all-in. I flew from South Carolina to Philadelphia and met my good buddy Tim at the airport where … Read More

Philadelphia Cricket Club – St Martin’s Review

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If I told you that one of Philadelphia Cricket Club’s three courses had hosted two US Opens, I imagine you would naturally guess the storied Wissahickon course… You would be wrong. Philly Cricket’s oldest course, the St. Martin’s course, hosted both the 1907 and 1910 US Opens. Alec Ross, the brother of course architect Donald Ross, won that 1907 US … Read More

Philadelphia Cricket Club – Militia Hill Review

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My round at Philadelphia Cricket Club’s Militia Hill Course was the first during my long weekend in Pennsylvania. I met up with my host, Tyler, bright and early on a Friday morning in order to make the first tee time at Militia Hill. I didn’t fully know what to expect. Prior to my visit I was able to find plenty … Read More

Philadelphia Cricket Club – Wissahickon Review

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Some of my most enjoyable golf weekends have been shared with my younger brother, and my weekend at Philadelphia Cricket Club with him and our friend Tyler was no exception. Although the weekend included almost 72 holes of golf, the cherry on top was the round at Philadelphia Cricket Club’s Wissahickon Course. My expectations were very high, having read about the … Read More