Tom Simpson originally laid out Les Chênes at Club du Lys Chantilly in 1929 during a busy period for the English architect who was working on a number of French projects around that time.
The oldest course on the Costa Del Sol, Malaga’s fairways were first laid out sometime after the formation of Málaga Golf Club in 1926 by none other than Harry Colt.
Marlborough Golf Club was founded in 1888. Nine holes of the 6,469-yard course in play today were laid out across free-draining downland by Tom Simpson and Herbert Fowler in 1920, J Hamilton Stutt added a second nine in 1974.
Morfontaine remains a monument to Tom Simpson’s original design, although Kyle Phillips has recently made some minor changes to the course.
Tom Simpson laid out Morfontaine’s Vallière course on the Duc de Guiche’s polo fields. James Braid, Arnaud Massy and Jean Gassiat officially opened the layout on the 15th of October 1913.
Muirfield is the course of “The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers” (HCEG), the world’s oldest golf club – according to direct written evidence – formed in 1744.
Founded in 1895 and designed by Samuel “Mure” Fergusson, New Zealand Golf Club is a top-class course located within the famous Surrey heath belt.
Laid out on cliff tops above the English Channel, the original course at North Foreland Golf Club was extended to an 18-hole layout when Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson redesigned it in 1913.
North Hants - home of Justin Rose. A delightful undulating heathland course, touched by the hands of numerous great architects.
Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro is one of the most private golf clubs in Spain. The Arriba is one of Spain’s oldest courses but the Abajo, on the other hand, is much younger.