Situated just a mile from the Azteca Stadium in the southwest outskirts of the sprawling metropolis of Mexico City, Club de Golf México has a fascinating international golfing history...
Venue for the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in 2011, the Blackstone course on Hainan Island covers 350 acres of a rugged landscape that’s dominated by lava rock, lakes and wetlands.
The course of the two-time Masters champion opened for play in 2003 and Ollie’s 7,300-yard layout is routed across undulating ground which features significant changes in elevation...
The Jack Nicklaus designed World Cup course at Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenshen, China was named one of the 10 “Most Influential Golf Courses of the Last 20 Years” by a leading golf magazine in July 2008.
Navatanee hosted the World Cup of Golf in 1975 which was won by the US team of Johnny Miller and Lou Graham. The event did more than anything else to instigate interest in the game in Thailand...
All 27 holes at Olgiata are set in sumptuous parkland surroundings where the terrain is mildly undulating and fairways are separated by avenues of magnificent mature trees.
Venue for the World Cup of Golf in 1983, the testing 18-hole layout at Pondok Indah Golf Course is a strategic Robert Trent Jones Jnr design.
”I know of no greater finish in the world than that of the last five holes at Portmarnock Golf Club”, said Bernard Darwin
Robert Trent Jones Jnr designed the 18-hole Makai course at Princeville's Makai Golf Club and he returned to renovate the layout before its grand reopening in 2010.
Real (Royal) Las Brisas was one of the first courses in Europe to use bent grass and the brave decision was quickly rewarded by being chosen as the host venue of the 1973 World Cup of Golf.