Hamburger Hittfeld celebrated its 50th birthday in 2007 and the John Morrison designed layout is still as enthralling today as it was half a century ago.
Hossegor is the perfect venue for golf and it is reminiscent of the sparkling heathland courses, which are in abundance to the west of London.
Kedleston Park Golf Club was established in 1947 but its origins can be traced back to the mid-1890s and the formation of Markeaton Golf Club.
Established in the mid 1930s, the course at Lilleshall Hall Golf Club was laid out by Harry Colt and John Morrison and it is characterised by tight fairways that cut through mature woodland.
Lübeck-Travemünder Golf Club is one of Germany’s oldest courses and the club was founded way back in 1921.
Noord-Brabantsche Golf Club Toxandria was founded in 1928 when Harry Colt laid out a nine-hole course on a small parcel of sandy heathland located between Breda and Tilburg.
In 1932, Prince’s Golf Club proudly hosted its first and only Open Championship. "The Squire", Gene Sarazen, was the eventual winner.
Measuring 3,417 yards from the tips the Himalayas is the shortest of the three nines at Prince’s Golf Club. According to Tony Jacklin, the 7th hole on this unsung loop is “the best par 3 in golf that doesn’t have a bunker”.
Set on high ground with fine views over the Seven Sisters and the English Channel, Seaford is believed to be the oldest golf club in Sussex (founded in 1887) and it's the archetypal downland golf course, which was designed by J.H. Taylor in 1907 and later altered by John Morrison.
John Morrison designed the original Torino golf course and a number of holes were renovated by the Canadian architect Graham Cook in preparation for the 1999 Italian Open, won by Padraig Harrington.