New South Wales Golf Club is one of the most spectacular golf courses in Australia and it’s one of the toughest tests in the country.
Positioned inside a bend of the Russian River, just to the north of the Bohemian Club Grove, the 9-hole course at Northwood Golf Club was conceived by Jack Neville who co-designed Pebble Beach.
Alister MacKenzie fashioned the layout for the Ohio State University in 1938. The course was revised by Jack Nicklaus in 2006 and many commentators think the Golden Bear's changes have made a marked improvement.
The Palmetto Golf Club is a monument from the dawn of US golf and the club can reasonably claim to have the country’s second oldest golf course.
The charming course at Pannal Golf Club enjoys lovely views over the North Yorkshire moors and on a clear day to York Minster.
The great Alister MacKenzie designed Pasatiempo and it opened for play in 1929 with a mixed exhibition foursome between Marion Hollins, Bobby Jones, Glenna Collett and Cyril Tolley.
During the early 1920s, Dr Alister MacKenzie redesigned Pollok and the golf club annually hosts a Summer Medal competition in honour of the famous architect.
The old course at Preston Golf Club has received architectural advice from several of the golfing greats since 1895 when George Lowe originally laid out 18 holes for the members, including Sandy Herd, Harry Vardon, James Braid and Alister MacKenzie.
An Alister MacKenzie course that was designed in 1912, Reddish Vale Golf Club is a very pleasant moorland track laid out on the banks of the River Tame...
Although the sea hasn’t bordered the course at The Royal Adelaide for some 10,000 years, it remains, like Royal Lytham & St Annes, more a links than an inland course.