About Cochecho Country Club:

Founded in 1923, Cochecho Country Club is a private country club in Dover, New Hampshire featuring a traditional 18 hole, championship golf course, uniquely designed and built by two different architects from two differing eras - Messrs. Wayne Stiles and Phil Wogan. The layout is challenging, enjoyable to play and effusing elements typical of a classic layout - routing wherein greens and tees are set on high ground, strategic lines of play, features executed in harmony with the natural environment and subtle challenging greens.

Described by restoration architect Ron Forse as a "hidden-gem", the front-nine at Cochecho is an excellent classic course designed in the early 1920s by visionary architect Nr. Wayne Stiles. Whereas the majority of classic era architects were Scottish or English immigrants who honed their craft as apprentice green keepers, club makers, golf pros and finally as architects, Stiles entered the field of golf architecture through landscape architecture as a draftsman for a prominent Boston landscape architect. By the end of his career, Stiles was influential in both the American Society of Landscape Architects and the American Society of Golf Course Architects. In 1923, he formed a partnership with Mr. John Van Kleek; and the majority of subsequent work was completed with Van Kleek. The solo work at Cochecho shows the genius of Stiles' work.

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