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.
The East and South nines at the 27-hole Kawaguchiko Country Club form the premier 18-hole combination at this 1977 Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin creation. The course is routed over gentle, forested terrain at altitude of about 1,000 meters at the northern foot of Mount Fuji.
The Kempferhof is one of the toughest challenges in the Alsace region. Robert von Hagge designed the course and it opened for play in 1989.
The golf course at Las Misiones Country Club is a 1988 Robert Von Hagge design that measures 7.051 yards from the back tees. The Sierra Madre Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to this rather exclusive golf club.
There's a slight American feel to the golf at Les Bordes, both in terms of design and conditioning, but there is no doubting that you are in France.
20 miles to the west of Paris at Guyancourt, surrounding the Chateau of Versailles – once home to Louis X1V – lies Golf National's stadium styled Albatros course.
Laid out by the flamboyant American architect Robert von Haage, the tree-lined fairways at Nish-Nasuno Country Club are framed by tall Japanese red pine trees, providing golfers with a real sense of seclusion when they play here.
Configured with six par threes, six par fours and six par fives, the course at Ocean Shores Country Club is an early 1970s Bruce Devlin and Robert von Hagge co-design where water comes into play at many of the holes.
One of two layouts operated by the City of Boise Parks Department, Quail Hollow Golf Course is a Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin co-design that opened in 1982 under the name “Shamana”.
Designed by Robert von Hagge and opened for play in 1997, the North course at Real Sociedad Hípica Española Club de Campo is one of Spain’s best courses.