Founded in 1894, Doncaster Golf Club moved to its present location near Rossington (known as “The Warren”) in 1909 to a layout designed by Alister MacKenzie. Hawtree & Son remodelled the course in 1978 to make way for the M18 motorway.
Düsseldorfer Golf Club's adventure starts off with three moderate holes and then the rollercoaster is kick started...
East Kilbride Golf Club dates back to 1900 and it moved location several times before finally settling down at Nerston in 1967. The clubhouse was lost to a fire in 2010, but thankfully the club is back in full swing again.
Set on the edge of the Quantock Hills, Enmore Park Golf Club is a 1972 Fred W. Hawtree design that offers a challenging test of golf to players of all levels.
Its rolling topography and quiet yet accessible location combine to make Essendon Country Club a very popular golfing venue that is well worth playing more than once.
The Ile de France region has more golf courses than anywhere else in the country but they don't come much better than the delightful Golf de Fontainebleau.
Golf & Tennis Club Marly & Fourqueux was formed in 1924 but the club was disbanded during World War II. In 1964, Fred W. Hawtree redeveloped the old disused course into a 27-hole complex for Golf & Country Club de Fourqueux.
The Bernard Hunt golf course (formerly the Chertsey) at the Foxhills Resort plays across a lovely, undulating and densely forested parcel of land. It was on this layout in 1978 when Janet Melville won the Pretty Polly Women's British Open...
Likened by some to the Old course at Sunningdale, the Longcross golf course at the 45-hole Foxhills Resort partners the club’s Bernard Hunt course. The Longcross is a lovely tree-lined layout that requires accuracy and should not be underestimated.
Golfers first played on the Hawtree-designed Wandlebury 18-hole layout at Gog Magog Golf Club in 1999. Eight years later, the R&A used the golf course for Open Championship Regional Qualifying.