Dragging a weighty bag round 18 grueling holes isn’t going to do your clubs much good. So manufactures are striving to come up with light, durable bags that protect your…

St Enodoc’s Church course is a James Braid design that enjoys a justified reputation as one of the West Country’s finest links layouts. Our advice would be to get out…

Southport & Ainsdale (S&A) lies on a stretch of English golfing coast that competes comfortably with the best of the Celtic links. And the entire course is a Site of…

The east Course at Saunton is regarded as Devon’s best and according to the late Sunday Times golf correspendant Henry Longhurst, is “the best course never to have held an…

Driving along the long winding road towards the clubhouse you’ll pass a couple of front nine holes on The Heritage course and it’s plain to see what sort of challenge…

Many believe the purest notion of links golf is playing within sight and sound of the sea and striking irons from crisp, sandy turf. If this is indeed central to…

Take a trip to Stapleford Park in Leicestershire and you really do move into the heart of England. From the classic Donald Steel designed parkland course and the sheep that…

The North Course at the K Club will play host to the Ryder Cup in 2006 and is sure to impress players and spectators. The great Arnold Palmer designed…

Royal Birdale has hosted two Ryder Cups, the Walker and Curtis Cups and eight Opens (the Championship is due to return in 2008), making it one of the most famous…

Waterville Golf Links

Waterville traces its roots back to 1889 when the first trans-Atlantic communication cables were laid in the area and the hundreds of technicians fancied a sporting diversion – so they…

Royal Lytham & St Annes GC

The elegant clubhouse at Royal Lytham & St Annes is a museum to the game’s finest moments. A protrait of Bobby Jones hangs upstairs next to the club he used…

Take a trip to Slough. No seriously, you'll find an enjoyable day out at Stoke Park.

What does 50 quid get you these days? A night out or a new fairway wood

Of all the views caught from the rugged links of Scotland’s coastline, there are none as spectacular as those gained from up on the fairways of Turnberry’s Ailsa course. …

A golfing jolly to Ireland will probably take you to some of the best establishes courses in the world. But there’s a new kid on the block well worth a…

Scotland is world famous for its links golf and wizened old caddies insisting that freezing conditions are positively balmy. But there are loads of beautiful parkland courses that won’t put…

As you’d expect for a course with such a noble name, Royal St. Georges holds true to the oldest and best traditions of the game. Historically, it’s been very important,…

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