Baltusrol hosts the centennial PGA Championship this week on the Lower course. Described by one commentator ahead of the 1993 US Open as “the longest yawn”, who will join John Daly and hit the 17th green in two blows?
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.
In the year that Costa Brava celebrates its ‘Year of Golf and Gastronomy’, Golf de Pals, the first venue to host a European Tour tournament – the 1972 Spanish Open – is celebrating 50 years in golf.
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.
This eighth and penultimate article in our series of US reappraisals snapshots the very strong golfing states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania from the Mid-Atlantic Division.
Ballyneal announces the addition of a short course to complement its existing 18 holes. Tom Doak and his team at Renaissance Golf have signed on for the project and are currently routing the 13-hole short course.
Our Argentine Correspondent, Javier Pintos, revisits the USA and highlights the differences between four top-ranked courses and their club facilities.