Louisiana’s Golden Age Gem

By 1922, Seth Raynor was one of golf’s most prolific and celebrated architects, learning his trade under the tutelage of CB McDonald. Though less known today than some of his contemporaries like Ross, Makensie and Tillinghast, Raynor left a body of work that is arguably as good as any of them.  Had he not succumbed to pneumonia at the height of his career, he may have well surpassed them all in stature.  Raynor is credited with over 100 solo designs, collaborations and renovations.

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