Courses and Travel

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

Home to just a handful of courses, Sri Lanka might lag behind some of the region's most popular destinations in respect of playing opportunities. But with a tradition in the Royal and Ancient game...

With three times as many courses as Hong Kong, Singaporeans are rather better served when it comes to choosing where to play. Duncan Forgan checks out the best of what the city-state has to offer...

... about nothing. There's more than nature at hand in the evolution of the Old Course, which makes the recent furore over the R&A's changes hard to fathom, writes St Andrews resident Roger...

Mission Hills Group have announced that all junior golfers under the age of 16 will benefit from free access to three of the resort operator’s golf courses in 2013.

Golf in Japan, but not as you know it! Charles McLaughlin sampled the delights of summer in Hokkaido, a region renowned for world-renowned skiing, but now one that has become a...

Alex Jenkins takes an early look at Laguna Lang Co, a rugged Nick Faldo design on Vietnam's Central Coast that is set to officially open in March 2013

Black Mountain Golf Club, located in the Thai resort town of Hua Hin, boasts far more than just an exceptional championship golf course

Considered the No 1 golf resort in the United States, with four courses ranked in the top 100, is Bandon Dunes really as good as the American golf media makes it out to be? Charles McLaughlin went...

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