The longest drive at Cape Kidnappers is between the public road and the clubhouse. But once on the course, if you can keep your eyes off the cliff top views, the main golfing points are the bunkers and the greens.
William Flynn designed Cherry Hills in 1922 and if you do get the chance to play this famous course your driving distances will flatter to deceive. Denver is not called the Mile High city for nothing and Cherry Hills is certainly golf with altitude.
Located eight miles east of downtown Denver, the CommonGround course is another minimalist offering from Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design, who totally redesigned the site by removing trees, restoring native grasses, adding bunkers and constructing massive, undulating greens.
Founded in 1899, Concord Golf Club is one of Australia’s oldest and most prestigious clubs where Tom Doak’s Renaissance Design has breathed new life following a course renovation…
The White was the first course to be unveiled at Dismal River Golf Club in 2006 and seven years later a complementary Tom Doak layout (the Red) opened to critical acclaim amongst the Nebraskan dunes.
The Loop at Forest Dunes Golf Club is the realization of a long-held “dream concept” for Tom Doak, with eighteen distinct fairways and greens that are fully reversible. The Black course features the clockwise routing...
The strict men-only policy of the exclusive Garden City Golf Club puts it in the limelight for all the wrong reasons...
The course at Grand Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club is Tom Doak's first Continental European design, which is set within a UNESCO World Heritage site in the wine producing countryside near Bordeaux.
Stoatin Brae is the sixth 18-hole course to open at Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort in 2017. Designed by a team of senior associates from Tom Doak’s Renaissance Golf Design company, the layout is built to play firm and fast.
Set on the South Shore of Long Island, Inwood Country Club is not only steeped in history but the golf course was also built originally as a romantic gift.