Formby Golf Club voted 12 out of 18 of most iconic clubhouses in golf in the world
The 18 Most Iconic Clubhouses in Golf in the world by Golf Magazine
The most iconic clubhouses are as recognizable as the courses they serve. The game's "statement" clubhouses set a tone while offering a sanctuary for post-round contemplations and celebrations. They're also as recognizable as the courses they serve. With nods to aesthetics, architecture and history, by Joe Passov.
Voted 12th out of 18 - Formby Golf Club, Formby, Merseyside, England
While this Lancashire Coast club dates to 1884, the current clubhouse was constructed in 1901 by the Liverpool firm of Haigh, Marmon & Thompson. Its dominant feature is the clock tower, a 1909 gift from club member J. Bruce Ismay, the White Star Line chairman, whose company was in the process of building the Titanic. Jose Maria Olazabal downed Colin Montgomerie in the final of the 1984 British Amateur at Formby, and the club also hosted the 2004 Curtis Cup match, featuring 14-year-old Michelle Wie. - David Alexander
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