Courses and Travel

The quality of their country's courses goes a long way to explaining the recent and unmatched success of Northern Irish golfers, writes Craig Morrison

Craig Morrison travels to Bali, the Island of the Gods, where golf has firmly taken root

The last couple of years have been a particularly fruitful time for course development in China. Alex Jenkins checks out six of the best new layouts that have opened

Home to Thailand’s oldest course and now two of its most notable layouts, this increasingly popular beach resort, situated 140 miles to the south of Bangkok, has well and truly taken to golf....

Craig Morrison, co-author of the beautifully presented 18 Greatest Scottish Golf Holes, takes us on a whirlwind tour of the country's finest and most memorable courses

Royal St George's, this historic English course, promises to live up to its reputation as one of the finest links layouts south of the Scottish border when the world's best descend upon the Kent...

There's no doubt that Melbourne's sandbelt region is home to at least a dozen world-class courses. HK Golfer's Australian correspondent Paul Myers checks out a select few

Congressional Country Club, a favourite of many of America's most famous politicians, will provide an exacting test when it hosts the US Open later this month

Three-time Masters champion Nick Faldo guides us around arguably the most famous acreage of terrain in the game

Often overlooked in the grand scheme of British golf, England's West Country is home to a number of classic links courses set in truly glorious locations, writes Alex Jenkins

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