Royal North Devon is not the only notable “Westward Ho” in Britain. Although Scotscraig Golf Club doesn’t seem as excitable about its signature hole (unlike at Devon, there’s no “!”), it can lay claim to the origin of the “Knoll” template.
Anybody who has closely followed our biennial revisions of the Top 100 for Ireland since the listings were first established in 2006 will know that gaining entry to one of the top five slots is a very tough nut to crack...
Welcome to the 8th edition of our Northern Ireland rankings. The great and the good of golf course architecture have practiced their profession here, famous designers such as Old Tom Morris, Harry Vardon, Harry Colt and even Bernhard von Limburger...
Whether you’re looking for a lovely links layout on the coast or an intriguing inland track, there’s a good chance you’ll find what you’re looking for in our latest Top 50 for Wales.
We’re a nerdy bunch here at top100golfcourses.com. We spend many hours discussing rankings and we spend many more hours analysing third party magazine ranking data which always throws up more questions than answers.
M. James Ward takes an early peek at Payne’s Valley, Tiger’s first public access course, which is located at the burgeoning Big Cedar Lodge near Branson, Missouri.
Welcome to the 9th edition of our Britain & Ireland Top 100, a ranking listed we've published biennially since 2004. Only 15 courses occupy the same position as last time which means there are quite a few fluctuating fortunes...
This is the 7th edition of our Scotland Top 100, which we've published biennially since 2008. Highlights include a new No. 1, a highest entry among six newcomers at No. 12, and a course which entered the table last time at #100 soaring up 20 places.
This is the 8th edition of our English Top 100, a ranking that we have published every two years since 2006. The list won't please everybody, but it’s a considered attempt to reflect the crème de la crème across the country.
This is the last of three regional news releases in connection with our fifteen districts in Scotland, covering Argyll & Bute, Ayrshire & Arran, Dumfries & Galloway, Dunbartonshire, Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire.