About Kahkwa Club:

The present club was designed by the late C. Paxton Cody and built by the Henry Shenk Company. Donald Ross, fame architect of Pinehurst, was engaged to lay out the links. The first nine holes are now the second nine of the present course. In the early days, as in Scotland, holes were known by names as well as numbers. Among the early golfers at Kahkwa, Number 12 was referred to as "Long Tom"; Number 13, "School House"; Number 14, "The Alps"; Number 3, the traditional "Pond." On completion of the original nine holes, with the help of Theron R. Palmer and others property was acquired east of the entry road so that the present first nine holes could be built. These holes were also laid out by Donald Ross.

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