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Tom Simpson ( 1877 - 1964 ) was an English golf course architect .

Simpson, together with his fellow countryman Fred Hawtree and his son Martin, played a major role in the development of golf courses in Belgium.

Tom Simpson graduated from Cambridge University in 1902 and became a lawyer ( English : barrister ). A few years later, he started designing golf courses. He also published Design For Golf in 1929.

His work includes

Belgium 

  • Royal Golf Club of Belgium in 1905
  • Royal Golf Club des Fagnes in 1930
  • Royal Antwerp Golf Club in 1930 (course was originally built by Willie Park Jr. in 1888)
  • Royal Golf Club du Hainaut in 1933
  • Royal Golf Club Sart-Tilman in 1939
  • England [ edit | edit source text ]
  • The Berkshire Golf Club in 1928
  • Muirfield Golf Club in 1933
  • Sunningdale Golf Club , reopening the course in 1934;
  • Ashridge Golf Club in 1936 (refurbishment), finished in 1939
  • The Saunton Golf Club

France

  • Golf d'Hardelot in 1905, the 18-hole course Les Pins
  • Golf de Chantilly in 1909
  • Golf de Fontainebleau in 1909
  • Golf de Morfontaine in 1913
  • Golf du Lys Chantilly (Les Chenes) in 1929
  • New Golf in Deauville in 1929
  • Golf de Chiberta in 1928

Ireland

  • County Louth Golf Club in 1938 (reopening)
  • Ballybunion Golf Course (redesign)

Spain

  • Parador de Málaga Golf Club
Source: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/tom_simpson_(golfbaanarchitect)

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