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Golf Clubs

Russia, UK

A particular expertise has been gained in golf-based leisure where several clubhouses have been designed resulting in the authorship of “Golf Clubhouses – A Planning Guide” for the Golf Development Council and “The Design of Clubhouses” for the Sports Council by our founding partner Roger Dyer. As the provision of retail and leisure facilities associated with golf becomes more widespread, Dyer has made use of its considerable experience in the design of hotels, restaurants and retail centres.

The practice has worked in association with major international golf course architects including the late Dave Thomas, Paul Thomas, Neil Coles, Brian Huggett, John Jacobs, Tony Jacklin and Jack Nicklaus.

We have also worked extensively with specialist international golf contractors and consultants such as Southern Golf, Alfred McAlpine etc both nationally and internationally.

  1. The Welcombe Hotel & Golf Club
    Masterplanning of existing listed hotel building, gardens and extensive grounds to include a new conference centre and sports facilities including an 18 hole Championship golf course, driving range and club house. The project also included the remodelling of the existing guest bedrooms, in conjunction with an interior designer.The completed design including working drawings and obtaining of tenders for 40 refurbished guest bedrooms, bars, restaurants, lounges and the new conference centre.
  2. Forest Hills
    Forest Hills is a private golf community located outside of Moscow, Russia. Situated along the Moscow – St. Petersburg Highway, this community combines the unique attributes of the site – preserved forest land, rolling terrain, and picturesque streams — to provide a contemporary golf club for the business and elite class of Russia. Dyer provided concept design services for the golf villas disposed around the golf course and clubhouse. The American architects Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest designed this course, which opened in 2013 in some well-wooded and rolling hills.
  3. Auchmill golf club
    Offering inspiring views of Aberdeen and Aberdeen Airport, Auchmill Golf Club is a municipal golf course with a world-class pedigree. Originally built as a nine-hole course and later extended to a full 18, Auchmill was designed by the triumvirate of Brian Hugget (former Ryder cup Player), Neil Coles (a known British pro) and Roger Dyer (a top golf course architect). Auchmill was designed to take advantage of its unique topography, challenging golfers with a variety of lies and interesting hole placements.
  4. Walmley Golf Club
    Huggett, Coles & Dyer designed the extension to the existing course, a beautiful parkland course where golf has been played for over 100 years, that included the construction of lakes and water features Founded in 1902, this pleasant parkland course boasts many trees and natural hazards. The Club House is well designed a relaxing place to start or finish your round it overlooks the practice putting green, a wonderful balcony runs the full width of the clubhouse giving great views of the first hole, the 9th and the 18th green.
  5. Tilgate Forest Golf Centre
    Tilgate Forest Golf Centre, formerly golf club, is set within the magnificent wooded countryside of the High Weald of Sussex adjoining the Tilgate Forest Park. It was designed by by the triumvirate of Brian Hugget (former Ryder cup Player), Neil Coles (a known British pro) and Roger Dyer (a top golf course architect). This outstanding location offers unparalleled views. The park covers some 400 acres and was once part of the Tilgate Estate, which covered much of the surrounding area. The Golf Centre makes the most of its beautiful surroundings, incorporating trees and other natural features into its design. Tilgate is widely regarded as one of the best Municipal courses in Sussex. After a round of golf, you can also enjoy a drink and a meal in the bar.
  6. Silvermere Golf Club
    The tree-lined golf course at Silvermere is a true test of golf located in the heart of Surrey. The first six holes are sure to get the pulse racing with tight fairways, challenging approaches and great views. However, the course is probably most renowned for the 17th and 18th holes which are played over Silvermere Lake. The 18th hole finishes into a semi-island green that has been recently re-built, offering a spectacular finishing hole. For players there is the thrill of hitting over the lake onto the island target. For the visitors enjoying the Inn on the Lake there is always the hope of watching another ball confined to a watery grave.
  7. Hoebridge Golf Club
    Hoebridge golf Club, now the Hoebridge Golf Centre, is home to the outstanding 18 hole Hoebridge Course which was designed by former Ryder Cup captain and golf legend John Jacobs, Dyer’s responsibilities included the overall planning of the courses and liaison with golf course architect John Jacobs as well as the design and delivery of the club house – a single storey pavilion building with changing rooms, bar recreation area, meeting rooms, office and golf professional shop. The bar accesses a terrace that overlooks the 18th green.