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Canterbury Golf Club
Vlag van de Verenigde Staten
Beachwood, Ohio
Oprichting 1921
Architect Herbert Strong
Status A
Soort baan Park
Holes 18
Par 71
Heren (geel) 6348 m
CR 73,9
SR 138
Dames (rood) 5021 m
CR 72,3
SR 128

De Canterbury Golf Club is een golfclub in de Verenigde Staten. De club werd opgericht in 1921 en bevindt zich in Beachwood, Ohio. De club beschikt over een 18-holes golfbaan en werd ontworpen door de golfbaanarchitect Herbert Strong.[1][2][3]


Het eerste major dat de club ontving was het US Open waar Lawson Little won, in 1940. De club ontving in de volgende decennia andere toernooien waaronder het US Amateur en het US Senior Open.[1][4]

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