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The Gold course is based on Willie Park Jr.'s original layout. All holes have tree-lined fairways, many of the magnificent pines planted in the late 1800s. The bunkers and small, undulating greens challenge the better player on the Gold course. Number 6 hole is considered the Club's "signature" hole, and the last four holes on the front nine are known to determine the outcome of a match.
Most golfers consider the Red course the toughest of the Club's courses. The front nine has very demanding par fours, and because of the open fairways, the wind often affects play. The back nine finishes with four challenging holes, including Number 6 south, the Club's "signature" hole.
The Blue course starts with the "Spyglass" - so named by U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower when he played at the Hunt Club in 1958. Another celebrity player, Jack Nicklaus, named 7 West his favourite hole when he played at the Club in 1960, as an amateur and member of the United States Americas Cup team. The Blue course combines the original Willie Park Jr. layout - small greens on the front nine - and the more modern "links" style of Thomas McBroom on the back nine.