The West course is considered to be the more intimate, and the prettier of the two courses at the East Sussex National golf complex.
Glen Abbey Golf Club, the first solo design from Jack Nicklaus, who was ably assisted by architect Bob Cupp, opened for play in 1976 and it's one of Canada’s most famous golf courses...
Although Glen Arven Country Club was formed in 1892, the design of the club’s course is credited to architects John van Kleek and Wayne Stiles, who built dozens of well-regarded layouts during the 1920s and 1930s.
Greenbrier's rejuvenated Meadows course re-opened for play in 2017 with a new design and routing, using six holes from the Greenbrier course.
Hawks Ridge Golf Club is highly polished and Bob Cupp has tried to create the olde worlde sophistication of classical architecture with a twist of modernity.
Even though the Old course hosted the U.S. Women’s Open in 1989 and 1994, the New course is by far the tougher of the two 18-hole tracks at Indianwood Golf & Country Club.
Host to both the male and female U.S. Public Links Championships (in 2009 and 2013, respectively), Bob Cupp redesigned Perry Maxwell's course at the Jimmie Austin Golf Club at the University of Oklahoma in 1996 and Tripp Davis completed a renovation in 2017.
The golf course at La Estancia de Cafayate is set idyllically in the Salta province between the Andean foothills and the vineyards of Cafayate, Argentina’s second centre for quality wine production.
The iconic Statue of Liberty stands just over a mile from the par three 14th hole at Liberty National Golf Club where the course was laid out in 2006 on the New Jersey side of New York Harbor.
Mad River Golf Club has developed into a beautiful parkland track with tree-lined, often doglegged fairways playing to small greens...