In 1932, Prince’s Golf Club proudly hosted its first and only Open Championship. "The Squire", Gene Sarazen, was the eventual winner.
Measuring 3,618 yards from the tips, the re-imagined Himalayas nine is considered by many to be the best of the three loops at Prince’s Golf Club. According to Tony Jacklin, the 7th hole is “the best par three 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.
Established in 1904, Stockholms Golfklubb is the second oldest in Sweden. The club moved around quite a bit in its formative years, operating from four different venues before finally settling at its present location.
Taken together, the New and Old courses at Sunningdale Golf Club represent the finest 36 holes of golf in the whole of the British Isles.
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.