Belgium’s only links course – Royal Ostend – was founded in 1903 and it’s a technically challenging test of golf amongst the coastal dunes.
The golf course La Marache at the Royal Waterloo Golf Club is one of Fred Hawtree's finest designs, which his son redeveloped in 2007.
Royal Waterloo’s Le Lion course is a 1980 Paul Rolin production that was extensively refashioned by Martin Hawtree in 2015. Former host to the Perrier Pro-Am, Le Lion is a well-balanced parkland layout where the Battle of Waterloo’s “Lion’s Mound” memorial flanks several holes.
Rudding Park's Hawtree course was designed by the renowned golf architect Martin Hawtree and provides a stern test to handicap.
Salisbury and South Wilts Golf Club dates back to 1888 and the club has expanded to today's 27-hole facility. Simon Gidman designed the main Cathedral course in 1991 and it affords panoramic views over the medieval City of Salisbury.
Designed by English architect Martin Hawtree and opened for play in 1993 by Ian Woosnam, Simon’s hosted the first European Tour event in Denmark, the Nordic Open, won by Ian Poulter.
Designed by Martin Hawtree, the highly rated public access course at Tarandowah Golfers Club is proud to promote “the adventure of pure golf”.
The Island Golf Club is a no-frills golf course. There is nothing manicured and it’s all very harmonious and in tune with its surroundings.
Titanic Golf Club (formerly TAT International) is situated on a tract of land between the Besgoz River and the Mediterranean Sea with water coming into play at nearly half the holes.
Toronto Golf Club was Canada’s first championship course and was the yardstick against which all future golf courses would be measured.