Originally designed by Herbert Fowler and J. F. Abercromby, the course at Cowdray Park is set in a massive 16,500-acre estate where golfers enjoy wonderful views across the South Downs National Park.
Cruden Bay is an inspirational golf course, regarded by some as quirky and considered by others as a masterpiece. Either way, this is a thrilling place to play golf because the designers used the original lie of the land to fantastic effect.
In the mid-1920s, when Tom Simpson and Herbert Fowler redeveloped the Championship layout at Cruden Bay Golf Club, they also fashioned the inner 9-hole “ladies course” which became known as the St Olaf.
Delamere Forest Golf Club is a delightful Herbert Fowler designed course. Fowler made full use of the natural, undulating heathland.
East Devon Golf Club is absolutely enchanting, the course is laid out on high ground, 400 feet above the sea, close to the clifftops, where one can drink in the most spectacular views in golf.
Herbert Fowler, the esteemed English golf course architect – best known for his work at Walton Heath and The Berkshire – was the man responsible for creating this classic Eastward Ho! layout...
The location for the Los Angeles Country Club makes it possibly one of the most valuable pieces of real estate in the world. It’s therefore fitting therefore that North course does full justice to the land...
Re-opened in 2016, following a sympathetic Gil Hanse restoration, Los Angeles Country Club's South course offers a complementary playing experience to the tougher North course, with wide fairways transitioning into native grasses and no penal rough.
Marlborough Golf Club was founded in 1888. Nine holes of the 6,469-yard course in play today were laid out across free-draining downland by Tom Simpson and Herbert Fowler in 1920, J Hamilton Stutt added a second nine in 1974.
Laid out on cliff tops above the English Channel, the original 9-hole course at North Foreland Golf Club was doubled in size when Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson redesigned it in 1912.