Courses and Travel

How a contributor's quest to tame this year's US Open venue turned into a nightmare of epic proportions

Cannes may be renowned for attracting film stars to the French Riviera, but it also plays host to a number of top-quality golf courses. Mark Alexander finds out what Europe’s film...

With two first-rate resorts and myriad off-course pursuits, Sabah may not be flying under the golf tourism radar for much longer, writes Paul Myers

Welcome to the world's most outrageous golf hole. The tee-off point on this 390-yard par-three – yes, par-three! – sits on top of a mountain in South Africa – and more than US$1 million awaits the...

Over the past decade, Europe has thrived from a golf course architecture point of view, with a number of high quality layouts coming online. The well-travelled Andrew Marshall...

From classic golden-era courses to amenity-packed modern resorts, California and Nevada offer golf of the highest calibre. Andrew Marshall hits the road from Los Angeles to Las...

These five destinations might not be synonymous with golf in the same vein as Bangkok, Hainan and Kunming, but they offer alternative and no less appealing landscapes in which to play, writes...

Andrew Marshall reports on pars and cigars – enjoying the good life in the Dominican Republic, home to probably the best selection of courses in the Caribbean

Alex Jenkins examines soon to be open Trump International

Scotland has the history, the United States has the familiarity – the Canadian province of British Columbia has the scenery, writes Andrew Marshall

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