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How to play the world’s most exclusive golf clubs

Another self-confessed golf nut named John Sabino set off a few years ago “in pursuit of golf’s Holy Grail”, his task was to play the World Top 100. He wrote a blog as he progressed along his golfing journey before being approached by a book publisher to write about how he gained access to some of the most exclusive golf clubs in the world.

How to play the world’s most exclusive golf clubs

Rudo completes the World Top 100 “Ever” list

Playing the World Top 100 Ever list involved conquering 317 courses (including the MacWood Spoof list) in 37 different countries. An eye-watering number of air miles later, only one person in the entire world can say “I’ve done it” and now “the New Golf Life Begins… Return to Great Ones”

Rudo completes the World Top 100 “Ever” list

Sweden – where variety is the spice of golfing life!

Swedish courses feature prominently in our Continental European Top 100, so Jan Nordstrom, our Nordic correspondent, was keen to show us what golf was like in the south of the country, so we joined him for a nine course golfing excursion around the city of Malmö.

Sweden – where variety is the spice of golfing life!

US New England Division Best in State Rankings 2016

We conclude our biennial Best in State re-ranking exercise for the USA with new listings for courses in the New England Division. This final, ninth article concentrates on the Northeast states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

US New England  Division Best in State Rankings 2016

Response to Course Reviews

Oitavos Dunes

Hugh, not sue you have fully grasped the concept of opinion based websites. Every review provided is within the context and constraint of having played the cour...

Saunton (East)

Many thanks for your review. Bookings for August week open in early January 2017. Regards, Russell

Cape Wickham

great review, really whets the appetite for the course. Number 1 on my 'to be played list'

Los Flamingos

I agree 100% about Alferini being the better course. In fact I can't recall playing as good a course in as good a condition anywhere. How it isn't in the top 10...