Founded in 1974, Geijsteren Golf and Country Club started out with a nine-hole course, designed by Donald Steel and Frank Pennink, which was expanded to 18 holes in the 1980s.
Set in extensive grounds, with an old manor house as a grand clubhouse, the three nines at Gut Kaden are named – in somewhat uninspiring fashion – A, B and C.
When you visit Halmstad Golf Club at Tylösand, make sure you include time to enjoy both courses. The Södra (South) is just as much fun to play and is as well maintained as the more famous North course.
Formed on the Wirral in 1902, Heswall Golf Club overlooks the Dee Estuary and the Welsh hills. Jack Morris (nephew of Old Tom) laid out the course and a number of designers – including Harry Vardon, Frank Pennink, Donald Steel and Mackenzie & Ebert – have altered the layout down the years.
The Hoge Kleij golf course opened for play in 1985 and during its construction, a number of Bronze Age and Iron Age items were found on site...
Host to the Italian Open on four occasions, Is Molas completes the triangle of top-notch golf courses on the delicious Italian island of Sardinia.
The course at Keerbergen Golf Club features half a dozen short holes, three on each nine. Four par fives are also spaced out on the layout and the resulting configuration somehow avoids the playing of consecutive par fours until the last two holes on the card.
As soon as you arrive at Kennemer Golf & Country Club and you catch a glimpse of the undulating links land and the thatched-roof clubhouse, you know you are somewhere special.
The layout at Kurmitola Golf Club was routed over 125 acres by renowned designer Frank Pennink, with the layout subsequently revised in more recent times by Dr. Sukitti Klangvhisai.
Lamberhurst Golf Club dates back to 1890 and the members played on a 9-hole course until the 1970s when additional land was acquired and Frank Pennink was commissioned to extend the course to 18 holes.