Sebonack Golf Club opened its tees for play in May 2006 and is the result of collaboration between Tom Doak and Jack Nicklaus.
When you arrive at Shoreacres (after your mandatory invite) you can almost feel a throwback in time to the 1920s as you approach the David Alder clubhouse.
St Andrews Beach was Tom Doak’s first Australian mainland ensemble and his collaboration with former European Tour player turned golf course designer Mike Clayton opened for play in 2004 to a considerably loud fanfare of trumpets.
With tight twisting fairways and undulating terrain, St George’s Golf & Country Club is a man and woman-sized test of golf and five-time host to the Canadian Open.
Located in Palm Desert and opened in 2002, the emerald fairways of the Tom Doak-designed golf course at the Stone Eagle Club are set out on a rugged landscape devoid of all housing...
The North course at Stonewall appeared in 2003, ten years after the Old course – an early Tom Doak project – was unveiled. The North is more open than its older sibling, featuring greens that require a modicum of approach shot strategy.
Tom Doak’s light touch in routing the Old course at Stonewall through a rather undulating landscape is very easy on the eye...
The signature hole on the Blue may well be the par three 7th, with its wonderfully contoured green nestled between a lake to the front and huge sand dunes to the rear. Tom Doak remarked: "My younger associates and I discussed the idea of putting in a zip line to get across the pond..."
Exclusivity has finally arrived on New Zealand’s formerly inclusive golfing shores in the shape of Tom Doak’s Tara Iti Golf Club which is routed in a wide and grand scale along the east coast of the North Island.
When Tom Doak constructed the Rawls course at Texas Tech in 2003, he shifted more earth on a dead flat site than had been moved in his previous ten projects combined.