Willie Park Junior was hired to lay out the course at Sylvania Country Club in 1919 and his design occupies a narrow, hilly property with the meandering Ottowa River brought into play on five of the holes.
The course was originally called the Temple Links for it was designed to play as an inland links and despite modern advancements in technology, the presentation of Temple Golf Club is still characterised by the season.
The course at Torwoodlee Golf Club is set on the banks of the River Gala, deep in the heart of Border country, and its fairways are routed through a varied landscape of woodland and parkland.
Inaugurated in 1912, the hilly parkland course at Waterford Golf Club is the work of two great architects who between them won seven Open titles. Willie Park Jr. designed the front nine and James Braid the back.
Scottish golf course architect Willie Park Junior designed Weston Golf & Country Club and this former Canadian Open venue is now a monument to Arnold Palmer.
Willie Park Jr. designed the course at Woodway Country Club in 1917. The par three 9th is a new hole, built when the clubhouse was replaced in the late 1990s, but nearly everything else on the layout is a hundred years old.
Worplesdon Golf Club is one of the prettiest and most delightful of Surrey’s many heath and heather courses and it’s arguably the best of the trinity of “Ws”...