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Rowallan Castle
My first visit to Rowallan Castle made quite an impression on me, sticking in my mind for good and not so good reasons. The good being that it is not every day that you get to play with a course desig
Dumfries & County
I was Jimís travelling companion on the Dumfries trip. Like him, I enjoyed the morning round at Dumfries and Galloway a lot more than the afternoon hit down the road at Dumfries and County mainly beca
Belfry (Brabazon)
Just played the Brabazon & the condition of the course was a disgrace. 4 Ryder Cups followed by a serious lack of investment & course management. On the course everything was tatty & tired the greens
Port Fairy
I think top 100's ranking of #29 is about right for Port Fairy. Other Australian based rankings have it way too low. Having played in a number of times over the past 20 years I've watched it get be
Saunton (East)
This course grows on you, at first the holes don't appear too spectacular but the location grabs your attention, then you play it again and realise that the design asks you to really control the ball,
San Francisco
As I headed out the door, a friend I was staying with in Carmel, said San Francisco Golf Club does not deserve its notoriety: ďIíll be interested to see if your assessment of it is the same as mine.ĒÖ
Narin & Portnoo
We played Narin and Portnoo last week as part of a five day Donegal Tour, also taking in Rosapenna Sandy Hills, Ballyliffin Old and Glashedy, and Portsalon. Itís a long 90 minute drive west of Rosapen
Lough Erne
Having read the typical mixed reviews for a parkland resort course we played Lough Erne during August with no great expectations. This was the final leg of our trip which was preceded by four rounds o
Winged Foot (East)
Every fairway at Winged Foot is lined with trees, and if youíre not in the fairway Ė in many cases on the correct side of the fairway Ė youíve got problems. On Number 17, our host hit an incredible 1-
Cypress Point
If I had to choose to play on only one course for the rest of my life, I would play Cypress PointÖ I was a very popular person with my golf buddies at home in the weeks leading up to my Cypress Point
Welwyn Garden City
What a pleasant surprise Ö there are many parkland courses in Hertfordshire and the area south of the county on the way into London and WGC is one of the better ones and I would recommend a visit. I w
National Golf Links of America
Golfers who are familiar with the great courses of Long Island claim that the National is a much better golf course than
Royal Cinque Ports
In the middle of an amazing golf adventure I had the great pleasure of playing what would turn out to be my favorite course in England to date. Deal is everything I love about links golf and could wis
Queenwood
I imagine Queenwood to be one of those places that when the invite to play finally arrives itís met with a lot of excitement. For UK standards itís extremely private and what I can only call as an Ame
Woking
I played Woking on a beautiful Sunday morning during their member show up and play tournament. I was lucky to be hooked up with an excellent playing member of their greens committee who knew the cours
Sunningdale (Old)
Having played the New Course in the morning I was really excited to see the O
Sunningdale (New)
Monday the 2nd of June we were off to an early start on the New Course at Sunningdale. It certainly didnít disappoint. They were busy preparing the course for the upcoming Open Qualifying in a few wee
Whistling Straits (Straits)
Absolutely stunning! Cannot fault the course and I can only see it rising higher in the rankings as the years go by. The PGA next year should be great but even better will be the Ryder Cup in 2020!
Castle Pines Golf Club
At Castle Pines, Jack Nicklaus built a challenging course with elevation changes, mountain ponds, and babbling brooks strategically placed to gobble up your ball. Golf balls fly about 10 percent farth
Woodhall Spa (Hotchkin)
This course for me was a classic example of having very high expectations for a Top 100 World rated course and being very, very disappointed. I see how itís a strong test of golf from the Champions
Pennard
Had the pleasure of playing Pennard in March of this year. I have to say it was an enjoyable surprise. The architecture there is as superb as the landscape is dramatic. Itís a bit of a challenge to lo
Wentworth (West)
For me the best part of Wentworth was the facility which is certainly top notch. As far as the West course is concerned, it has been ruined by renovations. Sure conditioning is great, greens are fast
Royal Porthcawl
Magnificent! For me the thatís the best word to describe my first experience at Royal Porthcawl Ė right from the welcome to the club to lunch after the round out on the terrace in front of the sea. Th
St George's Hill (Red & Blue)
St. Georgeís Hill is certainly one of the more underrated courses in the area surrounding London. Set on a fantastically undulated site this heathland gem also possesses one of the most extravagant an
Royal St George's
For me Royal St. Georgeís is perhaps the ultimate championship course. We met it in high winds and is it ever a challenge, in fact perhaps I would even call it a beast in those circumstance. One excel
Harpenden
I organised a society event in late September at Harpenden and would say this was an excellent course. It has a great variety of holes if perhaps no obvious signature holes (which might disappoint p
Island
This is just a brilliant golf course and I would personally rank it much higher compared to some of its rivals. From the first tee to the last it is hard to find a weak hole. My personal favourite is
Cherry Hills
Cherry Hills has a tame front nine followed by a challenging back nine. As the four of us stood on the 10th tee, I had to stop for a moment and take in the glorious view of the pristine fairway before
Saunton (West)
The West course is so underrated, I would definitely put this course in the same class as
Muirfield Village
I have played many Jack Nicklaus designs, but Muirfield Village is by far his best. It is fantastically manicured, hardly a ball mark or a divot, or an unattended blade of grass. Number 18 is a beauti
Fontainebleau
Fontainebleau is characterized by a fantastic and varied routing through some tremendously raw golf terrain. Itís a dynamic and hilly site full of natural obstacles that have been worked into the desi
St Germain
I must admit that St. Germain was certainly one of the surprises on my last trip to France. I knew it was a classic Colt course but have to say given the relatively flat property Colt really hit a hom
Morfontaine
In terms of access Morfontaine is one of the tougher asks out there, however, if you do get the opportunity, this place is amazing. It oozes old school French class to perfection. Not snobby in the le
Royal West Norfolk
I played Brancaster on a stormy day in late March 2013 and absolutely loved it. Itís everything youíd expect from an excellent links. It definitely has its share of quirk from the par 3 3rd hole to th
Spyglass Hill
Spyglass Hillís first few holes are exciting and interesting as you play along the sand dunes of the Pacific Ocean. With barking seals in the background, the course seems quite lovely. However, after
Swinley Forest
First of all, how we ended up logistically playing Rye Golf Club in the morning and Swinley Forest in the afternoon is a question I will not soon have an answer for. Somehow
Rye (Old)
Iíd heard that a visit to Rye Golf Club was quite special and like stepping back in time and after having the honor of being invited I most certainly concur. We were very lucky and caught it on a perf
Chantilly (Vineuil)
Chantilly has an excellent reputation and history in France as a challenging championship course. This was our first stop on a wonderful trip to France at the beginning of September. While Chantilly i
Les Bordes
Les Bordes is a monster. Certainly the most challenging of the French courses weíve seen, even to the point of being far too tough for most. The design from Van Haageís firm is that of a US parkland c
Links at Spanish Bay
Spanish Bay, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., represents target golf at its finest. Nearly every tee shot requires a forced carry over the wetlands. Similar to
Fontana
Great course, was in mint condition in mid-September, 26 Celsius. Fancy clubhouse, great lake (man-made) to jump into after the round. 17th and 18th are great finishing holes. Top 10 in Europe in my b
Adamstal
Unbelievable course, amazing set-up and the wievs are stunning, we had to take picture on almost every hole. Great condition, and it most have cost soo much money to build. Great half-way house, cozy
Schloss Schonborn
Narrow first 9, fairways open up a bit at the end on this true park course. Lots of leafs, small sticks on the green, made it even tougher. Have heard so many good things about the course but was litt
Diamond Country Club (Diamond)
Challenging course with lot of water and threes and bushes in play. Some very nice holes. Strange area for a golfclub but inside the clubhouse you forget about that. The Boathouse restaurant after the
 


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