We’re fans of Robert von Hagge’s mid-1980s course at Les Bordes so we were intrigued to hear that the club is constructing another layout, designed by Gil Hanse, to complement the original course.
What’s the original blind par three? Considering the many courses that have come and gone among the many rolling dunes of Britain, it’s near impossible to guess. There is one, however, that stands more prominent in the lore of golf...
"Do you like Marmite?" I was asked the question in the professional’s shop before our debut round on the links at Perranporth which we were warned we would love or hate...
When the PGA Tour returns to Olympia Fields Country Club this week, the most interested observer will be Mark A. Mungeam, the architect who spent nearly 25 years renovating, then restoring this historic Willie Park Jr. design…
In this latest release for America's West South Central Division we feature 160 courses across a four-state geographical area, comprising three Top 20 tables for Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma, along with a Top 100 ranking list for Texas.
Our previous templates post focused on the “Bottle,” a rather dramatic concept based around an alternate fairway for daring drivers. Like an adventure movie sequel, we’ll follow it with an even more adrenaline-fuelled take, the “Channel” hole.
Our US Best in State re-ranking process continues with this release for the Mountain Division, focusing on Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, where there’s some of the most diverse golfing terrain imaginable on offer.
Cape Cod was formed by a glacial retreat of ice... the resulting extreme land movement left on parts of the Cape, including that which Eastward Ho! sits on, highlights how some rare plots of pure fun golf property can only be found, rather than built.
When you’ve played countless courses by a single architect, it's hard to be “wowed” and difficult to distinguish one course from another unless there is something unique about the design or land.
It's time to refresh our US Best in State rankings and we’ll do this over the next few months in nine geographical groupings, starting with Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington, before ending on the opposite side of the country in New England.