It doesn’t seem like six years since we were in the Algarve to celebrate 50 years of golf in the region, publishing a news item entitled Golf in the Algarve – Sir Henry Cotton’s Legacy. In that article, we mentioned how the Championship course at Penina Hotel & Golf Resort really kick started a golf explosion that endures right up until the present time – evidenced by the fact that in only a few short months the very latest Algarve residential golf project will be unveiled at the new Ombria resort near Loulé.
We were at Costa Navarino in 2017 when there was talk about building an eco-friendly clubhouse for the Bay course and plans were at an advanced stage for the construction of two new 18-hole layouts on hillier ground further inland from the Navarino Bay area. We revisited Costa Navarino last month to discover the full extent of exactly what’s been going on since we were last there.
Work next summer on a magnificent and accessible Scottish island, play unlimited golf on a championship links, and learn from some of the best golfing professionals...
Welcome to the last major chart release before we shortly begin our next two-year cycle with the new World Top 100. For now, we’re concentrating solely on Canada, where there are 6 new entries, 14 non-movers, 27 climbing up and 53 falling down.
It’s time to reveal the re-ranking results for the important golfing nation of Argentina, where there are around 350 courses in operation, accounting for nearly half the number of golf courses in South America.
Scotland: Home of Golf - Photography by Iain M. Lowe and Christopher J. Lowe - Text and Illustrations by David Joy... There can be no argument with the book's title – Scotland is the home of golf.
It’s just over two years since we published our last New Zealand rankings, so it’s high time for a reappraisal. Thanks largely to strict Kiwi government covid measures, which made foreign travel virtually impossible last year, golf within the country is in rude health...
Lawsonia is my favorite public course in America. And by public I mean accessible; $500 to play Whistling, Kiawah or Pebble is as high a barrier to entry you can have without closing to guests.
We’ve been ranking courses in South Africa for more than a decade now and in this 6th edition of our listings for the Rainbow Nation we have a new national No. 1...
Painswick is nowhere near the Top 100 of golf courses in England, but as an experience with no concern about the modern influences in the game, the course is right up there. It is cranky and gives endless enjoyment, although your scorecard seems quite irrelevant.