F. G. Hawtree, founder of the British Golf Greenkeepers Association, and 5-time Open Champion J. H. Taylor designed and built the course at Ogbourne Downs Golf Club.
A decade after the golf club was founded in Olton in 1893, the club moved to Solihull but retained its original name. Routed on a compact 95-acre site, this 6,258-yard parkland course was shaped by J.H. Taylor, Harry Colt and F.W. Hawtree.
The bunkerless course of Piltdown Golf Club was founded in 1904 and is laid out on common land where Nature’s heathery hazards are sufficiently challenging for even the best golfers.
A J. H. Taylor and F.G. Hawtree layout from the late 1920s, the 18-hole course at Pinner Hill Golf Club offers a woodland golfing experience like no other in the local area.
Founded in 1894, Purley Downs Golf Club soon had a 9-hole course in play which was extended to 18 holes in 1903 by J.H. Taylor when further land became available. The club’s hilly downland course was altered again in 1920 and little has changed since.
Rosslare is regarded as being the sunniest spot in Ireland and it is almost unheard of to have the course at Rosslare Golf Club closed due to bad weather or ground conditions.
The Balgownie at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is a traditional out and back links course running along the shore of the North Sea and it has one of the finest first nine holes in golf.
Royal Birkdale Golf Club is the favourite English course on the British Open rota according to the results of a Top 100 poll...
Royal Dornoch Golf Club is spellbinding. It seems to mesmerise amateur and professional golfers from all over the world and many make the pilgrimage to this natural links at some point in their lives.
The Old Deer Park is a pretty spot and it's home to Royal Mid-Surrey, one of London's greatest golf clubs. With two courses, both designed by JH Taylor, the Outer (now called JH Taylor) is the premier layout.