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.
Lauswolt was the first golf club (1964) to be formed in Friesland and two years later a 9-hole Frank Pennink-designed course opened. Three decades later, Donald Steel expanded the layout to 18 holes.
The course at Lurgan Golf Club now extends to almost 6,300 yards, with many of the tree-lined fairways gently bending right or left.
Lusaka Golf Club is situated in the heart of the capital and it's described as “Zambia’s most prestigious sporting facility, attracting a good cross section of golfing nationalities”...
Close to historic city of Bath, you will find the village of Gurney Slade and the Mendip Golf Club. The highest point of the course is some 1,000 feet above sea level where the views are far reaching.
Founded in 1909, the easy walking downland course at Mid Kent Golf Club was originally fashioned by Willie Park Junior but has been altered several times down the years, most recently by Frank Pennink in 1972.
Formed in 1914, Newtownstewart Golf Club is situated in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, within the attractive parkland estate of Baronscourt, the ancestral home of the Duke of Abercorn.