Lawsonia - Links Course Addtional Information & History

Lawsonia offers two contrasting 18-hole layouts of magnificent design, astounding panorama, unmatched beauty, historical landmarks and abundant wildlife. William B. Langford built Links Course in 1930. A great championship quality course reputed as one of the most celebrated and challenging courses in the Midwest. Under the direction of architect Ron Forse in 2000, the Links course had 150 trees removed as part of an architect restoration plan, therefore, it is predominantly treeless. The wind comes into play due to green elevation and wide openness. It features a gently rolling terrain, bent grass fairways, multi-tiered, unusually elevated, moderately fast green that are surrounded by about 90 strategically placed steep bunkers, deep rough, large snaking sand traps.

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