The venue of the inaugural Australian Open in 1904 (host to nineteen in total) and most recently in 2015, the Australian Golf Club is a wonderful championship venue.
The Worcestershire Golf Club – established in 1879 – is the oldest in the county, but nine holes of its elegant 1920s Alister MacKenzie-designed 18-hole parkland course at Wood Farm were requisitioned during WWII, so F.W. Hawtree reinstated nine new holes in the early 1960s.
Formed in 1909 as Maungakiekie Golf Club, Titirangi Golf Club, as it is now known, is the only course in New Zealand that can say it has Alister MacKenzie as its golf course architect.
The University of Michigan Golf Course is home to the Wolverine men's and women's golf teams. Designed by Alister MacKenzie, the course opened in 1931 and underwent a $3.3 million restoration in 1992.
Club de Golf del Uruguay is located close to the capital Montevideo and the coastline of the Río de la Plata. Alister MacKenzie designed the course in 1930 and its tree-lined fairways are a monument to Uruguayan golf.
Dr Alister MacKenzie designed the Valley Club of Montecito in 1929 and by Mackenzie’s standards it is one of his more modest designs.
There is clearly something about Victoria Golf Club that renders it even better than the sum of its very impressive parts.
The Walsall Golf Club was founded in 1907 with a modest 6-hole course, which was extended over the years. The easy-walking parkland course in play today at the Gorway is a 1930 design by Dr Alister MacKenize.
Established in 1890, West Herts Golf Club is one of Hertfordshire’s oldest clubs. According to Bernard Darwin, “a fine day at Cassiobury comes within measurable distance of heaven”.
Weston-Super-Mare Golf Club is a seaside course, lying to the south of Weston-Super-Mare Bay, with wonderful views across the Bristol Channel...