With three 9-hole loops designed by Martin Hawtree, the Dorset Golf & Country Club is one of the county’s premier facilities. The Lakeland & Parkland nines make up the championship course, but the shorter Woodland loop is enjoyable too.
If ever a golf club was set to face the challenges of the modern golf game then it’s Dun Laoghaire.
When it debuted in the summer of 2005, the 18-hole layout at Elisefarm Golf Club was the first Hawtree golf design in Sweden since 1929.
Golfers play rather unique back-to-back par threes within an old sandstone quarry at holes 4 and 5 here at Erewash Valley Golf Club. The layout is rated as a par of 72 for 18 holes that measure a total of 6,434 yards from the back markers.
Golfers first played on the Hawtree-designed Wandlebury 18-hole layout at Gog Magog Golf Club in 1999. Eight years later, the R&A used the golf course for Open Championship Regional Qualifying.
The Golden Greens links-like 7,100-yard championship course was carved through the meandering desert dunes of the Aravalli Range.
The Carthagena is the 2nd course at John O’Gaunt Golf Club but its signature 16th is memorable. The split fairway plunges down to a double-tiered green surrounded by trees and bunkers. F.W. Hawtree laid out the first nine in the 1960s and his son Martin fashioned the second nine in the 1970s.
Lahinch Golf Club is situated next to the lovely beach of Liscannor Bay. It's an enchanting place to play golf... rugged, distinctive, unusually varied and immensely entertaining.
The original design at Les Aisses was modern and occasionally eccentric, but Hawtree Limited changed all that in 2010 and the golf course now harks back to the Golden Age.
The course at Luffenham Heath Golf Club is charming, adorned by oak, elm and ash. Set in an area designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.