On the outskirts of Madrid lies the famous Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, perhaps the largest sports club in Europe with more than 10,000 members.
Belgium’s only links course – Royal Ostend – was founded in 1903 and it’s a technically challenging test of golf amongst the coastal dunes.
Thomas Himmel's design is captivating and with bent grass from tee to green the whole Son Gual experience is polished to absolute perfection.
Located a few kilometres to the west of Maspalomas on the southwest coast of Gran Canaria, the Anfi Tauro Golf Course is one of Spain’s gems that was destined for a place in the Continental European Top 100 rankings.
Adamstal is one of the world's most beautiful golf courses and it's certainly one of Austria's very best. The Alpine mountain air is clean and crisp and the wooded, undulating valley setting is simply breathtaking.
The signature hole on the Niedersachsen course is the par three 11th and its island green complex is shaped like a boar’s head, exactly as depicted on the Hardenberg family crest.
The golf course La Marache at the Royal Waterloo Golf Club is one of Fred Hawtree's finest designs, which his son redeveloped in 2007.
Not unlike a British heathland course, the layout at Royal Limburg Golf Club twists and turns through beautiful woodland.
The fairways at Golf de Granville date back to 1912, when a number of somewhat primitive golf holes were first laid out by local golfers amongst the Bréville dunes on France’s Atlantic coast...
Belle Dune nestles perfectly within some of the finest dune land in Europe, a stone’s throw away from the sea.