Courses and Travel

Queenstown, in New Zealand's South Island, is making a name for itself as one of the world's most spectacular golf destinations

What makes the perfect clubhouse? Paul Myers selects his favourites in Southeast Asia

Only have time for a short break? You can't go wrong with the Thai capital and these three gems

The Indonesian islands of Bintan and Batam have long attracted Singaporean golfers looking to escape the rigours of city life. Now it’s time for Hong Kongers to follow in their footsteps

Scotland is home to some wonderful championship venues, but as Mark Alexander explains, even greater riches lie beyond

Any avid collector of golfing experiences should reach into their pocket and make the trip to the luxurious Farm at Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand, home to a brilliant Tom Doak-designed track that...

The eastern coast of Java, around Surabaya, doesn't automatically spring to mind quality golf. But as Duncan Forgan reveals, there are two courses, a mere hour's drive from the centre of the city...

The Sunshine State is home to 1,340 golf courses, so does it really need two more? Yes, they do – when one realises they're designed by the most influential and pragmatic designers in world golf...

An inside look at the Avista Phuket Resort & Spa in Thailand, a luxury retreat that’s becoming a hit with travelling golfers

The Land of Smiles will become the world’s leading golf tourism destination within three years if current growth trends continue

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