Courses and Travel

Architect and regular HK Golfer contributor Paul Jansen gives his views on the much-discussed Chambers Bay, venue for June’s US Open

The Home of Golf doesn’t just have a wonderful array of courses - its bars and inns are among the most convivial in the game

Award-winning architect Paul Jansen argues that creativity and imagination will always win over conditioning and a plethora of features in terms of golf course design

Kenya might be better known as one of the best safari destinations in the world but as Duncan Forgan explains, travellers would be well advised to pack their golf clubs on any visit to this...

Architect Paul Jansen discusses the importance inner-city golf courses play on a golfer’s psyche

The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, a brilliant Greg Norman design in the south of Vietnam, will in December play host to what could be the most important Asian Tour event on the calendar

HK Golfer is pleased to announce that our online store will soon be stocking a range of Garmin GPS devices - from the Approach S4 and...

If you think golf course designers work in a risk-free environment, think again. From black mambas to bamboo vipers, architect Paul Jansen discusses his experiences of snakes on site

The only 13-hole golf course in the world? That would be the Engelhab Club, Iran’s sole golfing establishment

Paul Jansen recounts the life and times of Dr Alister MacKenzie, one of the legends of golf course architecture and the designer of such courses as Augusta National and Royal Melbourne

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