Designed in 1915 by the internationally renowned architect Donald Ross, and immaculately restored by famed "Ross Restorer" Ron Prichard beginning in 2011, the course at Cedar Rapids Country Club has been called one of the prettiest pieces of land in the Midwest. Be forewarned however, that beauty belies a traditional Donald Ross course that will challenge golfers of all ability levels through 18 unique and classic holes.
Course Tour Restoration
Year Round Golf Studio
New to the Cedar Rapids Country Club in 2016, the CRCC Golf Studio offers our members and their guests the ability to hone their skills with two indoor hitting bays operating the latest technology. Powered by the same Trackman technology increasingly relied upon by top professionals on the PGA and LPGA tour, the CRCC Golf Studio is a welcome addition to the CRCC Golf Program. Whether looking to shave strokes off your game with the advanced shot analysis offered by the Trackman software, or enjoying a competitive round with friends on the 20+ courses available on the simulation program, the CRCC Golf Studio is an experience unlike any other in Iowa.
Dustin Toner, PGA
Dustin joined the Cedar Rapids CC as head Golf Professional in January 2015. Previously, he was an integral part of the team at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Florida under the mentorship of Bob Ford. Seminole is considered one of Donald Ross’ masterpieces in course design and regularly rated as one of the best courses in the country. With experience at some of the nation’s most prestigious golf clubs, including the premier family country club of Wee Burn in Darien, Connecticut, the Floridian in Palm City, Florida and Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown, Massachusetts, as well held the role of Tournament Director at Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach, Florida.
Dustin has also spent a tremendous amount of time honing his teaching skills throughout his career. At Seminole, he focused on short-game techniques that would help his members navigate the challenging Donald Ross green complexes. Dustin self-describes his style as ever-evolving along with the improvements and changes in the golf landscape. At the end of the day, his goal is simple: to make the game fun for everyone, from the wee juniors, to the one-handicappers, to the average-golfer.