The Arriba course at Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro is one of the oldest courses in Spain and it’s also one of the most private and exclusive.
Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club is a very pleasant parkland course, extending now to just over 6,000 yards with fine views over Penrhyn Bay.
The Balgownie at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is a traditional out and back links course running along the shore of the North Sea and it has one of the finest first nine holes in golf.
Royal Antwerp was inaugurated in 1888 and it’s the oldest golf club in Belgium. The course was originally laid out by Willie Park Junior in 1913 and redesigned by Tom Simpson in 1930. It’s one of continental Europe’s architectural delights.
Royal Golf Club de Belgique, or Ravenstein as it is known, is one of the most important courses in Belgium, founded in 1906 and redesigned by the flamboyant Englishman Tom Simpson...
The Royal Eastbourne Golf Club was established in 1887, with members playing on a 9-hole Horace Hutchinson-designed course on ground adjacent to Compton Place, which was owned by wealthy landowner William Cavendish, who became the 7th Duke of Devonshire.
Royal Golf Club des Fagnes was laid out at great expense and it was designed by the flamboyant English architect, Tom Simpson, amongst heather and pine.
Tom Simpson is credited with several Belgian designs and he laid out the original 18-hole course at Royal Golf Club du Hainaut in 1933.
Royal Porthcawl Golf Club is located off the beaten track, east of Swansea and west of Cardiff. Despite being the highest ranked course in Wales, it remains relatively unknown.
Tom Simpson routed the course at Royal Sart Tilman Golf Club over high ground to the south of Liège and the glorious rolling wooded terrain provides a tricky golfing challenge.