Gary Player pocketed £1,000 when he won The Open at Muirfield in 1959. No doubt inspired by his first major title, the Black Knight laid out the course at GlenArbor Golf Club in 2001 with Muirfield's routing – outward nine running clockwise around the edge and the inward nine run anti-clockwise inside the front nine.
Designed by Gary Player, the 18-hole layout at Goose Valley Golf Club borders the Keurbooms Lagoon, close to Plettenberg Bay and the South African Amateur Championship has been played here recently...
Guavaberry Golf & Country Club is one of the best inland courses in the Dominican Republic, located as it is a mile and a half from the Caribbean Sea...
Indura Beach & Golf Resort is a multi-million-dollar project funded by the Honduran government which is laid out within a massive 1,800-acre site, encompassing an 18-hole Gary Player-designed golf course...
The North Course at Kau Sai Chau is one of the best public golf courses in the region outside Australia and New Zealand.
Cougar Point is the original 18-hole layout at the Kiawah Island Resort. A Gary Player design that’s routed through mature trees and well-established residential areas, it’s been renovated a couple of times since debuting in 1976.
Links-style fairways at the Langebaan Country Estate are set in a figure of eight around a residential estate. Bill Kerr, an associate of Bob Grimsdell, originally laid out the golf course but Gary Player Design has recently reworked it.
Leopard Creek Country Club – the wild thing – is a course that’s in-tune with nature. Set on the edge of the Kruger National Park it's a cocktail of golf and safari.
The most fearsome hazard at Lost City is reserved for the downhill par three 13th where a crocodile pit guards the front of the green!
One of Gary Player’s rare Asian designs, the course at Lotus Valley Golf Resort lies 50 miles to the east of Bangkok, with water featuring to a greater or lesser extent on every hole.