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Amsterdam International Golf Clubhouse, Schiphol, The Netherlands
Design: Mecanoo architecten
Amsterdam Golf Club
image from architects

Amsterdam International Golf Club – 7 Jun 2012
The design of the clubhouse reflects the ambitions of the Amsterdam International Golf Club and exudes exclusivity and style. The linear state-of-the-art pavilion appears in contrasts with its hilly 77 hectare terrain. The composition of glass, steel and natural stone provides golfers and guests the full experience of the expressive golf landscape. Water features and height differences of up to 14 meters provide unique perspectives and fine sight lines with an un-Dutch character.

Hersham Golf Club, Surrey, England
ReardonSmith Architects
Hersham Golf Club
picture from architects

Hersham Golf Club
Underground luxury 5 star hotel and spa planned for Hersham Golf Club. Claudel Venture Holdings, part of the international leisure company Arkin Group, has today published its plans for a 5-star boutique hotel and luxury spa at Hersham Golf Club, Surrey. The unique, sustainable and innovative subterranean development, designed by international hotel architects ReardonSmith, will include high quality restaurants and bars, business facilities and improvements to the golf course along with a brand new clubhouse.

Hole 19 Golfclub St. Oswald, Austria
Austrian Golf Club
photo : Dietmar Tollerian

Austrian Golf Club Building
The golf course as an integrated design landscape and topography nestles up to the soft downs of the Mühlviertel. The club house merges with the landscape and integrates consistently into the natural surroundings, almost being completely absorbed by it. Its outer and inner rooms are designed as a seamless transition into the golf course and become one with the surrounding sports grounds.

Mini Golf at the Harbour Club parking lot, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Design: NL Architects
Mini Golf Amsterdam
photo from architect

Golf in Amsterdam
The green, or putting green, is the culmination of a golf hole, where the flagstick and hole are located. Getting the golf ball into the hole on the putting green is the object of the game of golf. Building production in the Netherlands has come to a full stop, more or less. Numerous building sites currently remain un-used: the existing buildings have been demolished to make place for new developments but actual construction has been postponed. Within an über-organized and rapidly gentrifying city like Amsterdam a temporary slow-down could perhaps also have an up-side.

Trump Golf Resort, Aberdeen, Scotland
Masterplan – Gareth Hoskins Architects
Trump Scottish Golf Resort
image from architect

Trump Golf Clubhouse
Councillor Debra Storr, who had called for the plans for the new clubhouse to be rejected, claimed the design was totally inappropriate for the site and a “Victorian pastiche”. She claimed: “There was an opportunity here to produce a spectacular design. We could have had a fantastic, modern, new clubhouse. I pity the architect who has been forced into such a design by a client I don’t think has taste.”

Gleneagles Hotel + Golf Resort, Perthshire, Scotland
Gleneagles Hotel
Gleneagles Hotel photo © adrian welch
Gleneagles Golf Resort
The Hotel was designed in the style of a French chateau and the sedate landscaping was inspired by Capability Brown. Upon opening in 1924 Gleneagles Hotel was labelled ‘A Riviera in the Highlands’, ‘The Eighth wonder of the World’ and ‘The Playground of the Gods’. Gleneagles has attracted many famous names – for golfing, fine dining and luxury accommodation – including Bing Crosby to Sean Connery.

Blairs College Golf Resort, north east Scotland
Blairs College Golf Resort

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