Greg Norman Golf Course Design Honored with Six Courses Selected to Golf Digest’s ‘World’s 100 Greatest’ Rankings
Additional 12 Designs Included in Magazine’s “Best in 206 Countries” List
WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Greg Norman Golf Course Design (GNGCD) – the premier signature golf course design firm in the world – is honored to announce six of its international courses have been named to Golf Digest’s biennial “World’s 100 Greatest” rankings. Additionally, 12 courses were included in the “Best in 206 Countries” list.
Included in the 2018-2019 rankings are No. 18 New South Wales G.C. (Australia), No. 31 Ellerston (Australia), No. 35 The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip (Vietnam), No. 82 Jumeirah Golf Estates Earth Course (UAE), No. 94 Danang Golf Club (Vietnam) and No. 98 The National Moonah Course (Australia). The Bluffs Ho Tram jumped an impressive 39 spots from the previous list.
“Golf Digest is synonymous with rankings so to be distinguished at this level with such a high representation of designs is a privilege,” said Greg Norman. “We are always overwhelmed to be listed alongside the world-famous courses designed by greats like Alister MacKenzie and are grateful to Golf Digest for the recognition.”
An additional twelve Greg Norman designs were also included in the magazine’s “Best in 206 Countries” list including Cuisinart (Anguilla), Sandals Emerald Bay (Bahamas), El Camaleon (Mexico), El Desafio (Argentina), Real Club de Golf El Prat (Spain), Al Mouj Golf (Oman) and Jaypee Greens (India) among others.
Since its inception in 1987, Greg Norman Golf Course Design has been one of Norman’s true passions in both business and life. His experience playing many of the world’s great golf courses over a 25-year career served as a catalyst to develop this interest and turn it into a thriving company. Today, GNGCD courses span the globe, covering six continents and 34 countries.
The firm has several new international designs slated for Grand Openings in 2018 including KN Cam Ranh Links (Vietnam), Ayla Oasis (Jordan) and Rancho San Lucas (Mexico).
For more information: www.gngcd.com