Tom Fazio's design for the Alotian Club has come to be seen as one of his best since its debut in 2004. Located on the edge of Little Rock, this highly exclusive course, which is owned by a billionaire who is the son of a onetime Chairman of the Augusta National, offers the finest amenities and is of course immaculately maintained. It is said that the club takes its name from a band of players, among them the billionaire owner, who embarked on a pilgrimage to play the top courses in the US, which they dubbed "America's Lights Out Tour." At 6771 meters, the course is spacious, and features quite a bit of relief in its topography. While statistics regarding ratings and slope have yet to be compiled, it can be said that the course is straightforward but quite challenging. The course rewards repeated visits, and can be extremely hard on first-timers.