Woodhall Spa and Seacroft stand out in Lincolnshire, headlining our five-course guide here
We take a look at 5 of the best places to play golf in the Home County of Buckinghamshire
The three-time Volvo World Match Play host is one of Spain, and Europe's, finest golfing venues
Revered golf course photographer and Glenmorangie Ambassador David Cannon talks Golf Monthly through his 10 favourite golf holes
Come with us on a tantalising tour of what we consider to be the 10 best links courses in the UK, from long-heralded classics to a highly acclaimed newcomer
Within these shores we are blessed with a rich variety of courses both around the coast and inland. Here are what we feel to be our 10 best inland courses
Overshadowed by its Celtic cousins? When you look at this list of the 10 best courses in England, it’s clear that the country can more than hold its own
Ireland's coast is blessed with some amazing links and clifftop courses both modern and old. Here are what we believe to be the 10 best courses in Ireland
Broaden your golfing horizons and find inspiration for the year ahead with our must-visit courses guide...
The thrill of an easy birdie or potential eagle makes the short par 4 one of golf’s most mouthwatering prospects…
Think Kitzbuhel is just a ski town? You'll be amazed by the golf on offer
Fergus Bisset and his father took a golfing tour around the North East of Scotland
Over the years, the European Tour has visited many of our loveliest courses - some well-known, some less so...
For those concerned that golf takes too long or can be a good walk spoiled, short and sweet is just the thing at these lovely nine holers
Have you played any of these?
These five wonderful British Isles courses may be a little out on a limb, but they’re well worth going the extra mile for...
Check out these never-seen-before aerial shots of the Singapore Open venue
Fergus Bisset considers links golf courses and the strategy they demand
A tough par 3 calls for one great shot, a tough par 5 allows a lay-up, but a tough par 4 takes no prisoners…
Prince’s in Kent is one of the country’s best, and when the wind is blowing, toughest links - Rob Smith finds it on the up