The California Golf Club of San Francisco can now boast tournament measurements. From the new back tees, which are aptly called Venturi, the course can be stretched to more than 7,200 yards.
Cavendish Golf Club is an undulating and partially wooded layout set within the Duke of Devonshire's estate. This MacKenzie course offers wonderful views over the Peak District.
Measuring only 5,469 yards (par 68), Claremont Country Club is a 1929 Alister MacKenzie redesign. The club hosted the inaugural 1937 Oakland Open which was the first professional event that Sam Snead won.
Cork Golf Club is one of the most attractive courses in Ireland. It's an Alister MacKenzie gem that's delightfully situated on a tiny peninsula called Little Island...
Located a few miles to the southwest of Huddersfield, the course at Crosland Heath Golf Club is routed over a tight site where several fairways crisscross within the property.
There are similarities between Crowborough and its delightful near neighbour, Royal Ashdown Forest, with spectacular views across the treetops and springy heathland/moorland turf.
Crystal Downs Country Club is set delightfully on a headland that is wedged between Lake Michigan and Crystal Lake in America’s Midwest. The course was designed by Alister MacKenzie and supervised by Perry Maxwell.
Cypress Point Club is set at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains on the very tip of the Monterey Peninsula and the cliff top terrain is varied and thrilling.
Duff House Royal Golf Club is a beautiful parkland course with large double–tiered greens (Alister MacKenzie design features) and well positioned bunkers...
Erskine Golf Club is a wonderful parkland layout with an impressive design pedigree – Willie Fernie, Alister MacKenzie and James Braid have all left their mark on the course – and it lies on the south bank of the River Clyde.