Laid out by Martin Ebert when he was still with Donald Steel’s design company, CampoReal (which translates as “Royal Meadow”) first opened for play in 2005.
Chantilly’s Vineuil course staged the French Open ten times between 1913 and 1990 and national championships are still held at the club using a composite layout that includes several holes from the Longères.
Donald Steel returned to the Dordogne to add nine holes to the Château des Vigiers layout in 2008. “Les Vignes” and “Le Lac” combine to form the original 1987 18-hole course, with “La Valèe” the newer third loop.
Occupying a gently rolling, wooded property to the north of Hilton Head Island, the 18-hole golf course at Cherokee Plantation was Donald Steel’s first design in the United States.
Dating back to 1887, Cleveland Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in Yorkshire and its 18-hole course just happens to be the only true links layout in the county.
One of the sporting amenities operated by the Defence Housing Authority Karachi is the Country & Golf Club, located on a 140-acre coastal site...
Dooks Golf Club is a tranquil, engaging and fun golf course. It also provides a true and traditional links experience.
Measuring more than 6,900 yards from the tips, the Donald Steel-designed course at Dudsbury Golf Club is a serious test. The host venue to the PGA Europro Tour and PGA Order of Merit Championship requires your “A” game.
Over three million visitors arrive every year to enjoy the delights of Efteling and, since 1995, golfers have been able to take advantage of this Donald Steel-designed golf course...
The location is ravishing; Enniscrone Golf Club is set on a promontory, which juts out into Killala Bay at the mouth of the Moy Estuary.