Hole by Hole
In an effort to recover the traditional design values of the game, Esler Golf Design renovated Mt. Prospect Golf Club and restored the course to its 1926 origins in a style consistent with one of the most famous Golden Age architects, Seth Raynor. Raynor designed renowned clubs like Fisher Island, Fox Chapel, Chicago Golf and Shoreacres. He was famous for his use of “template holes” in each of his designs which matched great golf holes throughout Britain. Each hole is appropriately named from its origin such as the Redan, Eden, Cape, Punchbowl, and Biarritz. All of these holes are represented in the redesign of Mt. Prospect Golf Club.