Designed by Greg Norman and Bob Harrison, the course at Riverside Golf Club is set out within an expansive 220-acre site close to the Cikeas River in the province of West Java.
The Sanctuary Lakes Resort is situated in the Point Cook district of Melbourne and it’s a grand scale residential golf project set out on property that was formerly used to produce salt commercially.
Settlers Run Golf & Country Club opened in 2007 and it's the latest course in the Cranbourne area which is at the centre of a 500-home residential estate that Greg Norman’s golf and property company helped to establish...
The 7,209-yard Shark’s Tooth is part of an 800-acre residential community and the routing makes excellent use of delightful rolling ground, which is ideal for golf but unusual for Florida...
The 18-hole layout at Stone Canyon Golf Club is a Greg Norman design, with stone walls and outcrops incorporated into the course routing. The spectacular par four 3rd is the signature hole, played to a green nestling in an amphitheatre of rocks.
Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club holds the distinction of being the first Greg Norman-badged course to debut in Sydney and it finally opened its doors to golfers in 2012, after almost five years of permitting and building delays.
The course at Talis Park Golf Club, formerly known as Tuscany Reserve, is the result of an unlikely collaboration between two bold designers, Pete Dye and Greg Norman.
Laid out within a bend in the meandering Tennessee River, the course at Tennessee National Golf Club is a modern Greg Norman Signature layout where the waterside par three 12th hole is the undoubted star of the golfing show.
This Greg Norman designed course at The Glades Golf and Spa opened in 2000 and is considered to be one of the Great White Shark’s better golfing projects.
The Greg Norman-designed course at The Grand Golf Club started out as the Gilston Golf Club in 1990 and its rebirth was complete when the club hosted the 2001 Australian Open.