The similarity between this Dutch linksland and that of the British coastline is uncanny. Koninklijke Haagsche Golf & Country Club (or Royal Hague) is an exacting layout which pitches and rolls across undulating land.
Founded in 1928, Milano Golf Club is one of Italy’s most prestigious clubs and the course is routed through glorious parkland on fairly flat terrain.
Golf Club Murhof is set most enchantingly and Bernhard von Limburger designed it in 1963 when few locals were interested in golf.
The Nordcenter Benz layout is routed around six lakes which come into play on ten holes and the course tempts the big hitters to open their shoulders...
Oddur Golf Club was designed as a member’s track rather than a tough layout, but the club hosted the Icelandic Golf Championship in 2006 and players then realised it wasn’t as easy as they imagined.
Hidden away in the northeast corner of Catalunya, the Golf de Pals course is a timeless classic routed through a dense forest of umbrella pines.
Penina was built on land that was originally used for growing rice and it was the Algarve's first golf course which was fashioned by Sir Henry Cotton.
The South course at La Manga Club was where the Spanish Open was held during the 70s. It’s a spacious and long layout set on fairly flat terrain. Bring your driver.
Sotogrande was designed by Robert Trent Jones. It was his first European course, and it is a credit that the par 72, 6,224-metre layout is still enthralling players more than 50 years after it first opened.
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...