Donald Ross may have been more prolific and Alister MacKenzie better traveled, but for sheer consistency in design excellence among the Golden Age greats, A.W. Tillinghast takes a back seat to no one. "Tillie the Terror," as he was known, took golf lessons from Old Tom Morris and became not only a nationally ranked amateur player, but also served a stint as editor of one the top golf magazines in the U.S. Tillinghast is likely best known for his artistically sculpted, shrewdly placed bunkers like these on the 4th hole of Bethpage's Black Course. He is also known for his clever green contouring — and for producing courses embraced by the United States Golf Association for its national championships. Here's a look at A.W. Tillinghast's Top 10 Courses.