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.
Knole Park has been heralded as Kent's finest inland course and this is a great description of the course. It is a very enjoyable moorland complete with many lovely holes and some deer (one of which nearly ate my Mars bar on the 3rd tee).
Charles Blair Macdonald came away from his UK journeys with many inspirations, including the Bottle template, which stemmed from the No. 12 hole at Sunningdale Old. The rendition he saw, however, is not the current one...
It may be somewhat ill-advised to write a course review whilst sat in lockdown Britain. The absence of golf in my life for the past 2 months has added a rose-tint to every golfing memory...
It’s been a while since we updated our rankings for Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia so we’re rectifying that situation now in this news release for North Africa.
This is the latest revision of a chart that was first published in 2008 with a modest complement of fifteen courses. Since then we’ve gradually extended our Mexican coverage to a Top 50. In this edition of the rankings, one high profile new course narrowly misses out…
This is the first revision of the Top 100 rankings for Asia, a chart that we introduced two years ago. We now reveal what we believe to be the best hundred golfing layouts within the largest and most populous continent on the planet.
Whoever built this modern addition to the St. Andrews Links Trust's collection was always going to be under extreme pressure, and this course is controversial and can completely divide opinion.