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.
Located in Williamson County, The Grove is a private 1,100-acre gated community and the golfing centrepiece is a Greg Norman Signature Design, which is fast becoming known as one of Middle Tennessee’s best layouts.
The course at Vintage Golf Club borders the Beggars Bridge and Bimbadgen vineyards in the fertile Hunter Valley, near Cessnock and opened in 2003.
The Gold course is now the site of the annual QBE Shootout but it’s the second and oldest course at Tiburón Golf Club, the Black, that generally receives the accolades.
The Oaks course at TPC San Antonio is the Greg Norman-designed sibling of the shorter Canyons course, a Pete Dye offering that also opened in 2010.
The Stables and Meadows nines at the 27-hole TPC Sugarloaf complex were Greg Norman’s first US design efforts when they debuted in 1997 with the Pines circuit following three years later.
Doonbeg is the course that Greg Norman built, but it was redesigned by Martin Hawtree over a two-year period after the property was acquired in 2014 by Donald Trump and renamed Trump International Golf Links.