Is there anything more enticing for the golfer than the lure of a thrilling 1st hole?
These five stunning coastal courses are knocking on the door of our UK & Ireland Top 100
Over 15 years writing on this sport I’ve done my best to, whenever possible, extol the virtues of golfing in the North East of Scotland, where I live and grew…
Located in the East of England, we take a look at the best golf courses Cambridgeshire has to offer.
In this piece we take a look at our favourite golf courses in the county.
Take a look at our list of the best golf courses in the county.
Situated just above Birmingham, we take a look at the best golf courses in the county of Staffordshire.
Take a look at some of our favourite golf courses in Hertfordshire.
We take a look at eight of the best golf courses in Somerset.
The wealth of wonderful golf throughout the UK & Ireland is so extensive that selecting this year’s Next 100 was harder than ever.
Royal Portrush Golf Club Dunluce Course Review - Exciting times lie ahead for this famed Antrim links, with The Open returning for the first time in 68 years in 2019
One of Britain's great inland courses, Ganton, the former Ryder Cup host, is steeped in history
The Machrie has seen major renovation work in the past few years and yet it remains a tremendously natural golf course.
Set on a peninsula of land to the north of Dublin, the beautiful ground at Portmarnock was always destined for golf
Walton Heath Golf Club Old Course Review - Venue for the 1981 Ryder Cup, the Old at Walton Heath is a testing, classic heathland course that demands the very best…
North Berwick Golf Club Course Review - There are some towns where golf seeps from the very bricks, North Berwick is one of them
Burnham and Berrow Golf Club Championship Course Review - A traditional out-and-back links with the holes winding elegantly between the dunes
Old Head Golf Links Course Review - This spectacular track, combining elements of links and cliff-top golf, has arguably the most dramatic setting of any course in the UK&I…
One of Surrey's premier clubs, the Harry Colt course here is an absolute corker
Vast sand hills swathed in knee-high rough, quick greens with perplexing run-offs and a superb variety of holes, Lahinch delivers rugged seaside golf in a pure form