Apart from publishing a Spanish Top 100 chart, we maintain five regional listings below the national rankings – one of which covers the Canary Islands. We visited every course on Gran Canaria last week to compare these against those on the other islands.
When we last updated our Canadian rankings, some may have been surprised by the introduction of Cabot Cliffs as our new No.1. A few months later, the Cliffs was a new entry in our World Top 100 (#46) and it remains at the head of our 2019 national table.
If you thought Black's greens played rather boring for the PGA Championship, Red's will induce considerable yawns. But, if you ask the average Long Island resident, a simple two-putt is appreciated after challenging these fairways.
We’re not talking absolute balls in this short update. We’re discussing fractions. If you’ve already posted a review here at Top 100 Golf Courses, or are thinking about posting a review, read on.
Although there are no official names for the holes at Bethpage Black, the 15th should be named "Mount Olympus." The green is literally perched on a high precipice and you believe when you finally reach the green you will be in the company of Zeus.
As a precursor to this week’s PGA Championship, staged on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park, M. James Ward has created a fantasy 18-hole layout that celebrates golf on Long Island.
After attending a recent media event at the Pirin resort, we decided to run the rule over other Bulgarian golf facilities while we were in the country in order to expand our ranking chart for this southeast European nation.
Awesome, creative, transformative... For those of you who have read my reviews, I do not think I am prone to hyperbole, but Bluejack National is amazing.
This is the fourth edition of our rankings for Argentina and we’ve now added another ten tracks to form a new Top 40. We’re indebted to our Argentina Correspondent, Javier Pintos, for his help with this chart expansion...
One really famous Argentinean golf hole is the 15th at Olivos Golf Club. Javier Pintos isn’t sure if it’s the best hole in the country but it’s certainly the most famous. As a fun exercise, he has created his Argentine fantasy 18-hole course.