Courses and Travel

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

Shenzhen Golf Club, surreally located in the heart of the city, offers three great nines – but at no small cost

Better known as Austria’s premier skiing destination, charming Kitzbühel is well worth visiting during the summer months with your clubs in tow, reports our European correspondent Lewine Mair

The HK Golfer Guide to Golf in the City of Angels

These six courses – from the North, South, East and West of the country – have helped elevate China to the verge of golfing superpower status

At 5,000 feet above sea level and almost a century old, Vietnam’s Dalat Palace Golf Club is as distinct as it is dazzling

This month marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Palmer Course at Chung Shan Hot Spring, the first club in post-Revolutionary China. HK Golfer pays a visit to what is still one of the most...

After a hiatus of 15 years, this Ayrshire beauty is back hosting golf’s biggest event

Widely considered the hardest course on the Eastern Seaboard, this Tillinghast masterpiece, one of five at Bethpage State Park, is also one of the most traveller-friendly