A CH Alison design from 1924, the course at Davenport Country Club was remodelled by Bob Lohman in 2000 when he created a new 1st hole and realigned the 9th, moving the green close to Conduit Creek.
Formed back in 1935, the Glendower Golf Club engaged the services of Harry Colt’s associate, Charles Hugh Alison, to lay out an 18-hole parkland course in two loops of nine...
Hirono Golf Club has played host to all the major Japanese championships and, although it measures a mere 6,925 yards from the back tees, it’s a supreme test of golf.
Where Huntingdale Golf Club has really made its mark on the Australian golf scene is its annual hosting of the Australian Masters.
The East course at Kasumigaseki Country Club employs the traditional Japanese dual green system, one for the winter and one for the summer, which takes a bit of getting used if you’re not familiar with this feature.
There are two courses on the Izu Peninsula at the Kawana Resort and the Fuji course is universally considered to be the best.
Kingsthorpe Golf Club moved to its present location in 1914 when architect C.H. Alison was tasked with laying out a course on a compact site extending to fewer than 75 acres. Alison’s associate, Harry Colt, then made further modifications to the layout the following decade.
Kirtland Country Club’s old CH Alison course is routed over two distinct landforms; the front nine plays out on open, rolling terrain whilst the back nine weaves through a forested valley.
Tree-lined fairways, well positioned bunkers and pristine putting surfaces result in an exceptional golfing challenge at Knock Golf Club.
Site of the US Amateur Championships in 1956, the classic old parkland golf course at the Knollwood Club is a CH Alison layout from 1924 that has been altered in more recent times by Larry and Roger Packard.