Kiawah Island Golf Resort, South Carolina, USA
An aerial view of the majestic Ocean Course at Kiawah Island
Tucker's Point Hotel & Spa, Bermuda
A dramatic Bermudian sunset sets the tone for a relaxed evening in the Tucker’s Point Clubhouse
Fancourt Hotel & Golf Resort, George, South Africa
The stunning 18th hole on the Montagu Golf Course
The Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina, USA
No.7 course at Pinehurst. (R)Pinehurst, LLC. All rights reserved.
Cape Grace Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa
The Cape Grace Hotel on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, with Table Mountain in the background
The beach at the Constance Belle Mare Plage resort, Mauritius
Sun loungers under palm trees overlooking the beach: the perfect place to unwind after a round of golf
Golf in East Lothian, Scotland
The rugged beauty of the par 5 11th hole (known as Quarry Park) at Craigelaw golf course
Anantara Resort & Spa, Hua Hin, Thailand
Cooking lessons with a Thai chef after a hard morning's golf in the sun
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New resort at Portrush raises hopes for return of the Open
The eagerly anticipated return of the Open Championship to Portrush has moved a step closer with the decision to build a major golf resort and hotel in the locality after objections by the National Trust were rejected at a judicial review. Read more here.
It's the ball, stupid, says one who knows
At 78 years of age Pete Dye has been around the block a few times. As an amateur he once played 72 holes in the US Open, out-scoring Arnold Palmer in the process, so he knows a thing or two about our game. He’s not reticent about voicing an opinion so when he cuts loose on the subject of the current state of golf a scribe could learn a lot in a hurry by sharing a golf cart with him over 18 holes. That’s personal experience speaking. Read more here
Searching for The Perfect Links? Look no further....
Those golfers aspiring to a deeper knowledge of course architecture should read what will probably become the Golf Book of The Year for 2012. It's a visual and intellectual delight that will open the eyes, lift the spirits and bring a new interpretation to what most players regard as golf course management. Entitled "The Perfect Golf Links" and written by Pat Ruddy, Ireland's foremost golf writer and course architect, it provides a technical insight into his design masterpiece that is the links of The European Club at Brittas Bay, near Dublin. Read more here.
Nailcote Hall: A short course in tournament history...
Nine hole courses don't usually fall into our ambit simply because there are so many 18 holers to be discovered and to write about as venues for golfing breaks. So the odds of our reviewing a nine hole, par-three course were about equal to Bill Clinton being named Man of The Year by the Feminist Tendency. Until, that is, I discovered Nailcote Hall. Read more here.
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