In the corridors of nearly every exclusive American clubhouse hangs a poster of an old Scottish Links. You?ll see the likes of St Andrews, Carnoustie and Muirfield, but it is…

Playing golf in Scotland is to do it the way the good Lord intended. And the stretch of coastal land to the east of Edinburgh is where the game thrives…

Peebles Golf Club which was founded in 1892 although the present Kirklands course was first opened in 1908. Later redesigned by Harry Colt the course is well-known for the quality…

Borders and Dumfrieshire

Golf in the Scottish borders and Dumfrieshire may not have the solid reputation as that of the great links landscapes of Scotland’s East and West coasts. However, that?s not a…

Liverpool in particular has much to celebrate with its recent honour of becoming European Capital of Culture for 2008, and the return of the Open to Royal Liverpool in 2006…

With competition hotting up between golf ball manufacturers we present the new kid on the block – Srixon's HR-X 333

There are 27 holes here, laid in three nine-hole loops at Prince’s (the ?Dunes?, ?Shore? and ?Himalayas?), each loop starting and finishing at the clubhouse. They?re all well worth playing,…

This traditional woodland course in East Kent was designed by Harry Colt – the man responsible for some of the world’s best layouts including Muirfield and Sunningdale. It’s a real…

The Open doesn?t come to the south coast very often. Once a decade, the Open pitches up at Royal St.George?s where the players are put through a rigorous natural test…

Get the right fairway woods and hit greens from 200 yards. Simple.

Callawat's new ball is attracting lots of attention from some of the best golfers in the world but what do you get for your cash?

The most popular ball on planet golf gets put through its paces

The original Bath Golf Club had it’s home at Kingsdown but moved to its present location in 1881 and is now widely regarded as one of the best courses in…

Newcastle has always enjoyed a reputation as an unrivalled party city, but add to that a number of top golf courses, and there are few better places for the Total…

In recent years the new American style PGA Centenary has been the course of choice for Tour events such as the Diageo Championships. But the King’s course remains a truely…

A trip to Ludlow is a perfect day out for those golfers who also list donkey-walloping (that’s horse racing to you, mate) among their interests, as the course sits inside…

For links golf lovers, Aberdovey lying at the mouth of the River Dovey on the west coast of Wales is a must play course. Golf was first played here in…

Before the Ryder Cup dominated golfing natter in South Wales, just outside Chepstow a fine hotel and golf resort was making its mark – and it still does. The Marriott…

Dooks, opened at the end of the 19th century and is one of Ireland?s oldest courses. It might not be the overbearing threat of a modern layout but accuracy is…

The European Club hasn?t been open all that long compared to the old Irish classics but it?s soon become a hit with anyone who’s had the chance to visit. It’s…