The Migrant Golfers in the northern hemisphere are enduring the shortest days of the year in the time of writing.
White the southern hemisphere Migrant Golfers are enjoying the hight of summer.
No matter what part of the year you are going through, for a Migrant Golfer few things are more enjoyable than to rest his or hers eyes on the the beauty of a golf course by the sea.
Recently we came across a stunning new selection of images that Prince’s Golf Club has released of its recently reimagined Himalayas nine (the 2nd hole pictured above).
In 2018, Prince’s unveiled the redeveloped Himalayas nine having undertaken a significant redesign by renowned international golf course architects Mackenzie & Ebert.
With a full winter and season to bed in the Himalayas nine has matured brilliantly, as captured in the set of images by esteemed golf course photographer, Jason Livy.
The landscape portfolio fully highlights the rugged turf of the south-east Kent coastline and the character of the Himalayas nine with its open sand-scrape areas and natural wetlands, which Prince’s have preserved as natural habitats for rare coastal species of flora and fauna.
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