The Green and Black (Vert & Noir) course is widely considered to form the better layout at Golf du Stade Français Courson...
Formerly known as the Links at Key Biscayne, the course at Crandon Golf was originally laid out by Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin in 1972.
A number of factors combine to make Crown Colony Country Club a pretty tough golf course to play.
El Tigre’s 18 holes are part of a huge resort called Paradise Village and professionals used the golf course as a final qualifying venue for the 2002 World Cup...
The course at Emerald Hills Country Club – designed by Bruce Devlin with Robert von Hagge – debuted in 1969. Twenty years later, the layout was redesigned and reopened as The Club at Emerald Hills.
These pine-flanked holes of the Forest course at Emporda Golf Resort are amongst the most lovely in all Spain, with bold bunkering, a sprinkling of water and many raised greens...
The Green was the first nine to open at Emporda Golf Resort and this has been combined with the Red – the most recent nine – to form the new Links course.
Located less than an hour’s drive to the south of Cancun, in the centre of the Riviera Maya, the holes at the Hard Rock Golf Club (formerly Playacar) were hewn from dense Mayan jungle by the late Robert von Hagge.
Set close to the sea on the beautiful island of Sardinia, Is Arenas plays through a forest of pine and juniper. It’s a cleverly designed Robert von Hagge layout.
Texan Robert von Hagge designed all 27 holes at the Isla Navidad Country Club and they sit on a strip of land extending to over 1,200 acres between a lagoon and the Pacific Ocean.