The similarity between this Dutch linksland and that of the British coastline is uncanny. Koninklijke Haagsche Golf & Country Club is an exacting layout which pitches and rolls across undulating land.
Le Touquet's stunning sea course, La Mer, is one of C.H. Alison's greatest achievements. It’s a classic links course that winds its way between the coastal dunes and rough grasses.
Golf in Wisconsin dates back to circa 1890 and the Milwaukee Country Club is one of the oldest in the State. The current Milwaukee layout was fashioned by the hand of Charles Hugh Alison in 1929.
Naruo shares all the traditional aspects of Japan’s older golf clubs. The continuity in tradition here is maintained by the 700 members whose average age is 71.
Founded in 1900, North Shore Country Club moved to its current Glenview location in 1924 when C.H. Alison designed the new 18-hole layout. The following decade, the course was duly recognised when it was selected to host both the US Open (1933) and US Amateur (1939).
Orchard Lake Country Club is a Golden Age design, set out by Harry Colt’s partner, C.H. Alison, in the mid-1920s. Much of the famous architect’s work remains intact, thanks to a new millennium restoration by Keith Foster.
Host to the 1934 PGA Championship, Park Country Club in Williamsville is a C.H. Alison layout. Ian Andrews recently removed trees, improved grassing lines and upgraded bunkers, modifying some and restoring others.
Venue for the PGA Championships in 1947, the course at Plum Hollow Country Club was originally set out in 1921 by C. H. Alison. The Rouge River running through the property affects all but a couple of holes.
Due to routing the Channel Tunnel rail link through the course, the original C.H. Alison layout at Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club underwent major reconstruction by Donald Steel and Company in the mid 1990s.
The Seaside course was created in the late 1920s by C.H. Alison of the great English partnership of Colt and Alison. Today's 18 holes comprise a front nine that was laid out by Joe Lee in the 1970s...