HOLE 1: OSAGE
Unique to this hole is a row of osage orange trees that have been on the property prior to the establishment of the golf course in 1892.
HOLE 2: NOLLIE
Nollie is the Scottish term for canal. The canal running through the middle of the fairway is the defining feature of this hole.
HOLE 3: TWEEDIE’S ASCENT
In 1899, Herbert Tweedie was the first president of the Belmont Golf Club. He was inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame in 2021. “Ascent” describes the large incline of the hole.
HOLE 4: BLIND
The defining characteristic of this hole is the blind tee shot for all golfers.
HOLE 5: BOG
When the course was redesigned in the 1990s to a par 36 course, this hole was designed on top of a peat bog wetland area.
HOLE 6: MASHIE
Mashie is the historic name of an iron golf club. An iron club is the preferred choice for golfers at this par 3 hole.
HOLE 7: MACDONALD
C.B. Macdonald, known as the grandfather of American golf, is the original architect of the property. This hole is completely untouched back to the original 1892 design.
HOLE 8: KINNIKINNICK
Kinnikinnick is a native plant surrounding the back of the green.
HOLE 9: HOME
Home is the historic name for all finishing holes at historic golf courses.