Robin Hiseman

Member

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Robin graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Landscape Architecture. He started his design career with Hawtree, where for over four years he worked on many projects throughout the UK and Europe.

He set up his own Scottish based design practice in 1996 and in the following eight years established a notable client base including completed design work for illustrious Scottish golf clubs such as Royal Dornoch, Montrose Links, Boat of Garten, Nairn Dunbar and Deeside. Robin also completed a new course within the Arctic circle, at Bodø in Norway.

Joining European Design in late 2004, Robin immediately took on the lead designer role for the 18-hole course at Casa Serena, in the Czech Republic. This course is rated by 'Top 100 Golf Courses' as the No.1 course in the Czech Republic and was the host of the Foxconn Open on the European Seniors Tour from 2008 to 2011. Robin followed this up with the design of the spectacular desert course at the Royal Golf Club at Riffa Views, in Bahrain, in conjunction with Colin Montgomerie, which was the host of the Volvo Golf Champions on the European Tour, in 2011. Currently, he is working on a new 18 hole course for the JCB company, on land adjacent to their World Headquarters, in Staffordshire, England and another 18 hole project with Colin Montgomerie, at Plage des Nations, near Rabat, in Morocco. Robin also designed Madrid's candidate course for the 2018 Ryder Cup.

Robin has written the following articles on the EIGCA website:


Member Details

Name:
Robin Hiseman
Membership:
Member
Practice:
European Golf Design
Phone:
+44 1344 870300

Continued Professional Development (CPD)

CPD Status:
Approved
Sustainability:

Stage 3

Member’s Projects

Work Course Country
New 18+ hole golf course The Montgomerie Rabat Morocco
New 18+ hole golf course JCB Golf & Country Club England
New 18+ hole golf course The Royal Golf Club at Riffa Views Bahrain
Short course/par 3 The Royal Golf Club at Riffa Views Bahrain
New 18+ hole golf course Casa Serena Czech Republic
New 9 hole golf course Bodø Golfpark Norway
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Royal Dornoch (Struie Course) Scotland
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Boat of Garten Scotland
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Auchenblae Scotland
New 18+ hole golf course Balfron Golfing Society Scotland
New 9 hole golf course Dragon's Tooth Scotland
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Deeside Scotland
New 9 hole golf course Langoed Nieuwkerk Netherlands
Additional 9 holes, existing course Deeside Golf Club Scotland
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Coventry Golf Club England
New 18+ hole golf course Stoke Albany England
Short course/par 3 Adlington England
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Minchinhampton (Avening) England
New 18+ hole golf course Minchinhampton (Cherington) England
New 18+ hole golf course Rookwood Park England
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Purley Downs Golf Club England
Golf Course Design
Sustainability