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 course at North Foreland Golf Club was extended to an 18-hole layout when Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson redesigned it in 1913.
Rather like Moor Park’s West course, the Coronation layout at the Royal Automobile Club’s Woodcote Park property is the friendlier understudy to the club’s main Old course.
It’s classically British at Woodcote Park at the exclusive Royal Automobile Club. Herbert Fowler originally designed the RAC's Old golf course and it offers a lovely parkland challenge in the heart of Surrey.
Royal North Devon Golf Club, or should we say Westward Ho! This nostalgic and monumental links course fits firmly into the “must-play” category.
If there is a need for another seaside Open Championship venue, then the East course at Saunton Golf Club might be a worthy candidate.
Surrounded by suburbia, a mile to the east of Croydon, the course at Shirley Park Golf Club is a 1914 Tom Simpson and Herbert Fowler production that remains almost true to the architects’ blueprint from more than a century ago.
Over time, sand has blown up from the seashore, coming to rest on the rolling slopes and giving the turf at Southerndown Golf Club a rather links-like character.
Founded in 1892, the first nine holes at Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club were laid out by Herbert Fowler across ground formerly used for lime mining and sheep grazing – Fowler was one of the club's founding members.