George Wright Golf Course is a Donald Ross designed, public golf course in Hyde Park, Massachusetts that was opened in 1938 after receiving President Roosevelt's Workers Progress Administration (WPA) funding to complete the construction.
In recent years, George Wright has again gained notoriety by being chosen as Golf Digest's Best Municipal Course in Massachusetts and the 14th Best Municipal Golf Course in The U.S. by Golfweek in 2009.
Stone Creek was the last course I worked until I was injured. It was also designed by Peter Jacobson. You could say it is the public version of the Oregon Golf Club. Members from their often played at Stone Creek for variety. It was my favorite course to work at. It was also 10 min from where I lived so it made it easier to get up that early in the morning. I was able to take my son out out there and drive around the course with me.
Persimmon was the second private I worked at. Members of the maintainance crew became superintendents at public courses around the area. It is famously known for being the image on the determination poster. I included an image of the poster in the album.
Oregon Golf Club is a private course designed by Peter Jacobson. It was the first golf course I worked at. The members preferred a the greens to be a 13 -15 on the stimpmeter. It is absolutely beautiful. These pictures were taken 4 and 6 am on my phone between mowing greens.
Cazenovia Golf Course is one of 3 courses in the Olmstead Parks Conservatory in Buffalo, NY. In my humble opinion it is the best of the 3 because of variety of holes from par 3 to par 5 with water and sand hazards, elevated tees and greens, and assorted other challenges. It's also a great value for the cost of playing whether a City of Buffalo resident or not.