The Jockey Club at Buenos Aires is located at San Isidro and it’s an exclusive club that attracts the capital’s best-heeled golfers...
The older of two 18-hole courses at the Ka'anapali Golf Resort, the Royal Ka'anapali layout was Robert Trent Jones Snr’s first Hawaiian design back in 1962.
Kapalua Resort once boasted three 18-hole courses but it’s now reduced to two layouts – the Plantation course which hosts the annual Tour of Champions event and the older Bay course that Arnold Palmer and Frank Duane designed back in 1974.
The East course at Kasumigaseki Country Club employs the traditional Japanese dual green system, one for the winter and one for the summer, which takes a bit of getting used if you’re not familiar with this feature.
According to Pete Dye, "There’s no other golf course in the Northern Hemisphere that has as many seaside holes" as the Ocean course at Kiawah Island.
Kingston Heath Golf Club pushes Royal Melbourne – and in some opinions exceeds it – as the premier course in Australian golf.
The Mountain course at the La Quinta Resort is one of two Pete Dye designs that are available for play at a wonderful 36-hole golf complex.
Lagunita Country Club first hosted the Venezuelan Open in 1979 when it was won by Tony Jacklin. Ronan Rafferty triumphed three years later and the "Caracas Open" has been held here on several occasions since.
Lake Nona Golf & Country Club starts off under a canopy of tall trees on the front nine, becoming more open on the inward half as the final five holes play around natural inland lakes.
Laval-sur-le-Lac really made its mark on the golfing world stage when it became the venue for the 2nd Canada Cup (the forerunner of today’s annual World Cup) in 1954.