The Greenbrier Course
Golf Course Architect - Seth Raynor (1924), Jack Nicklaus (1977)
The Greenbrier course was designed by Seth Raynor, a close associate of Charles Blair Macdonald and one of the great architects of early American golf, and opened for play in 1924. It was later redesigned in 1977 by Jack Nicklaus in preparation for the 1979 Ryder Cup. In 1994 The Greenbrier would also play host to the Solheim Cup, making it the only resort course in the world to host both prestigious events. The course was also home to The Greenbrier American Express Championship, a PGA TOUR Champions event, from 1985 through 1987.