This is the fourth revision of the Malaysian national listings that we first established in 2009. Back then, we began with a rather limited Top 10 chart which was eventually expanded to a Top 30 when we last re-ranked two years ago.
There’s no denying it – we’re obsessed with golf courses, especially links courses. We’re also rather nutty about lists. So, for the first time, we are delighted to present the inaugural rankings of the Top 100 Links Courses of Britain and Ireland.
We’ve been monitoring the golfing progress of Singapore since we established our inaugural Top 10 chart for the country in 2009, expanding it to a Top 15 when it was first revised. It’s now one of the most stable ranking lists that we publish and there are no new entries in this 2017 version...
This is the fifth time we’ve updated our Indonesia chart since we inaugurated our listings for the country in 2009 and, for the third consecutive revision, the top three places stay the same. We’ve also expanded our Indonesian listings by 50% to a Top 30, so there are ten new entries...
The big news is that our new Indian No.1 is a brand new entry that leaps straight into the top spot and if that’s not enough, our former No.1 disappears entirely in an unprecedented move, because it’s been reduced from an 18-hole championship layout to what now amounts to a 9-hole relief course.
Richard Smith and his wife Ruth visit Streamsong to experience the golf resort and they find a lot to like on the site of an old phosphorus mine out in the boondocks…
No golfer wants to card a century, let alone a double-century for their round. A three-figure number on the scorecard represents a bad day at the golfing office, but Brian Ward was overjoyed to achieve a remarkable double-century at Hankley Common Golf Club last month.
In this latest edition of our Vietnamese rankings, we’ve doubled the number of listed courses. We started with a Top 10 six years ago so this is the third revision of a chart that has now been expanded to a Top 20. Greg Norman’s Bluffs Ho Tram Strip entered our rankings at No.1 two years ago and it retains the top spot in our listings.
This is the third and final article associated with our Australian state revisions. With this announcement covering Queensland and Victoria, it now means that we’ve completed all seven of our regional updates Down Under.
In this, the second of our Australian regional reports, we focus on a trio of states, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania, where we've extended each individual ranking list for these three areas.