The much-photographed par three 12th at Mangilao Golf Club invites a brave tee shot across a small bay to a putting surface perched on top of a rocky outcrop.
The original 18-hole course at the Mauna Lani Resort opened for play in 1981. A decade later, it was split in two with a new 9-hole circuit added to each nine to form the North and South courses.
Golfers who remember watching the televised Senior Skins Game at this venue during the 1990s will know just how spectacular the South course at Mauna Lani Resort really is.
Mimosa Golf and Country Club could easily have been named Phoenix as it quite literally rose from the ashes that fell from Mount Pinatubo in 1991.
The Creek course at Moose Run is a challenging Robin Nelson design that debuted in 2000 as the longest layout in Alaska (at 7,324 yards) and it features the state’s longest hole (measuring all of 640 yards) at the par five 11th.
Designed by the Canadian duo of Neil Haworth and Stéphane Talbot, the course at PalmGolf Ourika is situated to the south of Marrakech, close to the snowy peaks of the Atlas Mountains...
Originally established as a 9-holer on an old sugar cane plantation, the course at Puakea Golf Club was extensively redesigned and extended by Robin Nelson before it re-opened to the public as a daily fee facility in 2003.
Situated at Victor, in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, the popular public access course at Ravenwood Golf Club, designed by Robin Nelson, extends to 6,654 yards from the back tees.
Host to the Canadian Open in 1971 and 1973, the Rouville course is the premier layout at the 36-hole Club de golf de la Vallée du Richelieu.
The golf course at Royal Hills Resort & Spa is a new millennium creation by Nelson & Haworth which is set at the feet of the Khao Yai mountains where a good mix of long and short holes are routed through a valley interspersed with streams.