Golf came to America in 1884. On a secluded estate
in Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Russell Montague,
a 32 year-old, Harvard-educated lawyer, his two
Scottish neighbors, Alexander Roderick MacLeod and
George Grant, and Grant's nephew Lionel Torin,
plotted out-through instinct, trial and error-a 35-acre,
9-hole golf course. Having built Oakhurst Links, as the
course was called, purely for their own pleasure, the
five men were unaware that it was the first golf course
in the United States and incapable of predicting the
singular place that Oakhurst would occupy in the golf
world 110 years later...
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