James Mason

James Mason

James Mason is a senior contributor for Golf Monthly magazine and editor of planetgolfreview.com and has producing destination and equipment reviews for Golf Monthly, Greenside, and Middle East Golfer magazines. He has also produced destination features for Golf World and Going for Golf magazines and interviews for Middle East Golfer and Qatar Airlines. James was captain of Coventry university golf team and now plays off a 5 handicap.

Golf in Tenerife

James Mason visits the largest of the Canary Islands and comes away mighty impressed by the beauty of its courses

James Mason heads to the Portugese captial to experience one of Europe's most coveted golfing destinations

The tourist board of Galicia in Spain uses a slogan that states, “Galicia, Can you keep my secret.”

James Mason visits some of south-west England's best links course and discovers some outstanding places to play golf

James Mason goes on a trip to beautiful South Wales

James Mason travels to Portugal and takes in Lisbon and Algarve

"What goes on tour stays on tour", but then how are you going to find out about the wonderful delights that await you in Sunny California. So I have broken…

The Northwest Coast of Ireland not only has some stunning links courses but a wealth of history and culture. But one of the many joys I experienced here, was the…

I always feel traveling to Scotland is taking a Pilgrimage. We have so much history on our doorstep and yet most golfers in the UK have never taken full advantage…

Morocco and especially Marrakech has always held that air of mysticism, now you can not only sample the delights of the Souks and great culture Morocco has to offer, you…

Portugal is a fantastic destination to play golf with its near guaranteed sunshine and beautifully designed course. The downside of the Algarve is the 5-hour round, so why not try…

James Mason took a trip to the unlikely golf destination of Austria recently, see how he got on here

James Mason is taking in the sights and sounds as the Irish Open travels to Royal Portrush

Fourteen golf courses in 12 days, now that’s my type of golf trip, golf, golf and more golf, but if you fancy a bit of fishing or any other outdoor…

A long-distance love affair began when reading Peter Alliss eulogising about his round of golf at the Rose Garden. Several decades later I had the chance to follow in the…