Courses and Travel

If courses are to withstand the test of time, they need to embrace change and follow a more sustainable approach

Brunei might not be everyone’s first choice for a trip with clubs in tow. But if you’re looking for laid-back experience on first-rate courses, this tiny nation, a short flight from Hong Kong,...

Architect Paul Jansen pays homage to the Old Course at Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, a timeless layout that is entirely devoid of bunkers

Award-winning architect Paul Jansen takes a look at the way technology is helping and hindering golf course construction and maintenance

The Greg Norman-designed Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, part of a large casino resort to the south of Ho Chi Minh City, was officially opened to great fanfare last month

For a golf course to be memorable it must have an identity

For a place that isn’t exactly overrun with courses, Hong Kong doesn’t lack when it comes to intimidating tee shots and dangerous approaches. Alex Jenkins selects the scariest holes in the city...

Award-winning architect Paul Jansen takes a look at so-called “championship” layouts and how course set-ups vary from tournament to day-to-day play

The soon-to-open Nikanti Golf Club, within easy reach of central Bangkok, has the potential to become one of Thailand’s very best courses

Award-winning architect Paul Jansen discusses the importance of selecting the right grass type for new golf courses in Asia