The Hills Course
The quite tradition-bound Jupiter Hills Club—where there are, among other restrictions, no tee times, no phones and no gratuities accepted—is located amid the native grasses and dunes of Florida's east coast on land not unlike the storied Pine Valley course in New Jersey. George and his nephew Tom Fazio's design makes the most of the varied topography, which is very rare in this generally flat part of the Sunshine State. The tight fairways stretch across sandy expanses dotted with trees and framed by bunkering; the greens are immaculate. The service at the clubhouse is superb, and the whole experience is not to be missed for those who manage to secure an invitation. The Hills opened for play in 1970 (a second course, the Village, opened a few years later), and hosted the US Amateur Championship in 1987; measuring in at 6715 meters, it certainly retains the length to take on today's best players.