The Sea course at El Kantaoui held the first Tunsian Open in 1982 – the first time the European Tour ever ventured outside Europe...
Described by one commentator as “a garden suspended between the lakes and the sea”, Flamingo Monastir opened in 1992 and it lies on an impressive, undulating upland site that overlooks the "sebkha"...
American Ron Fream originally laid out nine holes in the early 1970s before the Gramacho course was subsequently doubled in size to a full 18-hole layout.
The 18-hole course at Handara Golf & Resort Bali (formerly Bali Handara Kosaido) is a mid-1970s design by Ron Fream (when he worked with Peter Thomson and Mike Wolveridge) and it occupies a stunning location nestled inside a volcano crater in the Bedugul mountains.
An early 1990s Ron Fream design, the Indah Puri Golf Resort course occupies a 300-acre coastal property facing onto the Singapore Strait and this 18-hole layout is configured with returning nines which both close on either side of a shimmering lake.
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.
The Old Course at Jagorawi Golf & Country Club was the first of two 18-hole Thomson, Wolveridge & Perret designs completed for the club and was built under the supervision of Ronald Fream.
The Kerigolf course is laid out in a beautiful forest setting with pleasant changes in elevation throughout.
Laid out over a forested, undulating landscape, Krakow Valley’s generous, wide rolling fairways are tempered by massive, steep-faced greenside bunkers that defend par on many of the putting surfaces.
Situated an hour’s drive north of Paris city centre, the course at Golf de L’Isle Adam is a mid-1990s production from Ron Fream. The fairways are laid out within woodland and open country and water only ever intervenes at three of the holes.