Pinx Golf Club boasts breathtaking scenery and the overall course conjures up visions of a watercolor painting.
Formed in 1918, Taiwan Golf & Country Club is the oldest golfing society in the country and the course is located within dense woodland on the estuary of the Danshui River.
Delhi golf course, or the Lodhi, as it is known locally, is brimming with reminders of bygone times predating the Moghul Empire. Amongst the ruined tombs are two golf courses which occupy some 220 acres.
First opened in 2010, Blackstone is one of the most exclusive golf clubs in South Korea. It’s located in Icheon, to the east of Kyung Gi province, around a 90-minute drive from downtown Seoul...
The East is the third course at the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau and it was designed by Nelson & Haworth in 2008. Occupying a dramatic site, it’s one of the few public courses in the world with ocean views from every hole.
The Thai Country Club course flows past flowering trees and shrubs, with a sea breeze off the Gulf of Siam.
The East and South nines at the 27-hole Blackstone Golf Resort may well comprise the best 18-hole configuration at the golf complex but the public North nine has some admirers.
The seventeen-year renovation of Shek O Country Club by Phil Ryan of Pacific Coast Design completed in 2016. But who will take any notice of a sub 5,000-yard course with no par fives and a measly par of 65?
Established in the late 1950s, Katayamazu Golf Club brought the Hakusan course into play within three years of its formation.
The courses at Tanah Merah – the name means “Red Earth” – were built on reclaimed land in the early 1980s by designer Max Wexler and both layouts have been substantially altered down the years.