Scioto Country Club
Scioto Country Club, located in Upper Arlington, a suburb of Columbus, is a private country club and championship golf course that was founded in 1916 & was designed by acclaimed architect, Donald Ross.
Scioto CC is consistently ranked as one of the best courses in the United States & is one of only four clubs that has hosted five different major championships, including the U.S. Open (1926), the Ryder Cup (1931), the PGA Championship (1950), the U.S. Amateur Championship (1968) and the U.S. Senior Open Championship (1986).
In it's rich history, not only is Scioto Country Club the club where legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus learned to play the game, the club also boasts four golf professionals (George Sargent, Jack Grout, Walker Inman, Jr. and Jack Nicklaus) that are all in the PGA Hall of Fame.
To celebrate it's 100th Anniversary, Scioto Country Club is set to host the 2016 U.S. Senior Open from August 8-14th, 2016.
For more information about SCC, you can visit their website at http://www.sciotocc.com/
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