The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., was among the first five clubs to form the Amateur Golf Association of America, in 1894. The course evolved over the years with several designers and was completed by William Flynn in 1927. Here is a view of the course in morning light, taken from beneath one of the lovely old trees on the course. The course ranked No. 20 in Golf Digest's 100 Greatest Golf Courses 2007-08, and had the distinction of hosting the U.S. Open in 1913, 1963 and 1988. Photo by Stephen Szurlej, Senior Staff Photographer, Golf Digest.
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