The Perth suburb of Cottesloe – famed for its beaches, cafés and relaxed lifestyle – is where the Cottesloe Golf Club was formed in 1908.
Delhi golf course, or the Lodhi, as it is known locally, is brimming with reminders of bygone times predating the Moghul Empire. Amongst the ruined tombs are two golf courses which occupy some 220 acres.
The Duke’s is the course belonging to the famous Old Course Hotel and it’s the only non-links course in St Andrews.
Set in the foothills of the East Java mountains, Finna Golf & Country Club is a mid-1990s Thomson, Wolveridge and Perrett creation where elevated tees play over former rice paddies in a tranquil, tropical paradise.
The East course at the 36-hole Gunung Geulis Country Club was unveiled two years after the West course opened in 1992. It’s designed to play as two distinct nines, with an undulating outward half and a gentler, more open inward half.
Set in the Puncak foothills, the Gunung Geulis Country Club sits around 500 metres above sea level, where the air somehow seems to be cleaner and cooler than many of the other Jabodetabek courses.
Hamilton Island Golf Club is not actually located on Hamilton Island; instead it’s laid out on nearby Dent Island and is accessed by ferry from the marina...
Perhaps because of its 115-year history, the Hong Kong Golf Club is one of a minority of golfing institutions in Asia that still very much feels more like a club than a commercial enterprise.
Hope Island is Thomson’s tribute to old-fashioned golf and it embodies all that is good in the links game...
The New course at Jagorawi Golf & Country Club is a good bit longer than its older sibling but it’s also a little wider and more forgiving, allowing big hitters to let loose with the driver.