We all know him for designing Augusta National, but what other golf courses were from the great mind of Alister MacKenzie?

Ever wanted to play any of the golf courses designed by Alister MacKenzie?

MacKenzie is one of the world’s leading golf course designers with a host of courses from the United States England, Ireland and Australia lucky enough to be designed by the man himself.

The Yorkshireman is most famous for designing Augusta National, the host to the Masters tournament held every year in April. The first golf course designed by Alister MacKenzie was Alwoodley Golf Club in Leeds in 1907 having been one of the club’s founding members.

Golf courses designed by Alister MacKenzie

Alwoodley, England

Augusta National, United States

Bingley St Ives, England

Blairgowie (Rosemount Course), Scotland

Bonnyton, Scotland

Burning Tree, United States

Canoe Brook (South Course), United States

Cavendish, England

Claremont, United States

Cleckheaton, England

Club de Golf Uruguay, Uruguay

Cork, Ireland

Crystal Downs, United States

Cyress Point, United States

Darlington, England

Douglas, Isle of Man

Duff House Royal, Scotland

Fulwell, England

Fray Bentos, Uruguay

Galway, Ireland

Garforth, England

Green Hills, United States

Hadley Wood, England

Haggin Oaks, United States

Hazel Grove, England

Hazelhead Park (MacKenzie Championship Course)

Jockey Club, Argentina

Lahinch (Old Course), Ireland

Low Laithes

Meadow, United States

Moortown, Leeds, England

Muskerry, Ireland

Nenagh, Ireland

Northwood, United States

Oakdale, England

Ohio State University (Scarlet Course), United States

Pasatiempo, United States

Pitreavie, Scotland

Pontefract, England

Portland Course (Royal Troon)

Ravensworth, England

Reddish Vale, England

Redlands, United States

Royal Adelaide, Australia

Royal Melbourne (West Course), Australia

Sand Moor, England

Seaton Carew, England

Sharp Park, United States

Sitwell Park, England

South Moor, England (Redesign)

Stanley Park, England

St Charles, Cananda

Sutton Coldfield, England

Teignmouth, England

Temple Newsam, England

Titirangi, New Zealand

The Flinders, Australia

The Valley Club of Montecito, United States

The Worcestershire, England

University of Michigan, United States

Worcester