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Addington Palace
Played the course today with 3 guests, there was also a society playing today. The course was so well managed we had a 3 1/2 hour 4 ball. The front 9 holes are tighter than the back nine, with some st
Newport Golf Club
Definitely better than a top 32 spot in Wales, in the parkland stakes only the 2010 course, St Pierre and Rolls of Monmouth can be compared to it, great variety and superb condition with immaculate gr
Alcaidesa (Links)
I'm surprised by the rather reserved reviews. During a 3-day golf trip to Costa del Sol, we played Finca Cortesin, Alcaidesa Links, La Reserva, San Roque New and Old, and Torrequebrada. I must say tha
Torrequebrada
Having played Finca Cortesin, San Roque New, Alcaidesa Links and La Reserva, Torrequebrada was a nice finish to our tiring golf trip. Some of the holes were very challenging, but in general it was a g
San Roque (New)
The course maintenance could have been better but it could be excused by heavy rains in the preceding week. The accommodation at The Suites might have been 5-star in 1997 but now could be given 2 star
San Roque (Old)
The course maintenance was average but could be excused due to heavy rains in the preceding week. The accommodation at The Suites might have been 5-star in 1997 but now could be given 2 stars at most.
La Reserva
I expected more from this course judging by its ranking. The design is great, but there were some problems with the fairways due to heavy rains over a 10-day period. It's worth a visit, but I preferre
Finca Cortesin
I've played this course a couple of days ago and I can say that it was an awesome experience. I've read the positive opinions of other players and I can only agree. The thing that struck me most apart
Troon (Darley)
Great layout spoil by the litter. I even wrote to the council and complained about the litter and got a letter with a list of excuses back. Clean it up and there is a great little golf course. I'll ma
Kingsbarns
Located just six miles from St Andrews the 190-acre site is a combination of land once used for farming and a parcel near the sea that was the old 9-hole Kingsbarns Links which effectively ceased in 1
St Andrews (Castle)
This estate was previously used for farming and is not sandy links soil. Nevertheless, they have created an attractive layout that looks like and plays like a genuine piece of links land. The course i
Karlovy Vary
This is my favorite Czech course. Great variety of holes some of which are very tight. I dare say that some people will not like some of the blind shots but I believe that to be part of golf. The last
Yasmine Valley
I have played the Yasmine course many times and it is one of my favorites despite it never being in great condition, though recently it has got a bit better. Lots of variety and the 17th is a zig zag
Southerness
I was an overseas member of Southerness for many years (>30) and have never tired of the course. In the last few years the condition has been close to perfection, quite how they manage to keep it so p
Golf Nazionale
I might be a little bias as I have been playing on this course for 25 years now, but i feel pretty honest saying that is one of the top 10 golf course in Italy and has nothing less that many great par
St Andrews (Eden)
The original opening two holes have disappeared and the course now starts with what was the 3rd hole. The 1st green is one of the most intriguing on any of the St Andrews courses. It is divided into t
St Andrews (Jubilee)
My view is that the Jubilee is now the most picturesque and most fun to play of the major courses administered by the Links Trust. Visually, the Jubilee has the benefit of being the closest to the lov
St Andrews (New)
The New course is judged by many to be more difficult than the Old. It is sandwiched in between the Old Course and the Jubilee on the seaward side. It is tighter and has more gorse lined fairways than
St Andrews (Old)
I do not think there are any weak holes on the Old Course and the 1st, 11th, 16th and 17th holes are the standout ones for me. In places it can get a little confusing as to just where you are meant to
Santander
Long course, surely suitable for championships, but lack of originality. There are many much better fields in Spain, even in Madrid: Club de Campo or El Encin without going further.
Hamilton - Scotland
Played this course many years ago and was eager to give it another go Unfortunately my nostalgia trip was short lived, the condition of the course was not dis-similar to a municipal. Disappoint
Strathaven
Top course and in superb condition. Lucky to have played this 5 times and never falters
Bearwood Lakes
Played course recently for first time and mixed feelings. Greens are good and some thoroughly enjoyable holes around the middle of the card but for me the starting holes and last four felt like filler
Los Leones
Caminar por los fairways de Los Leones es disfrutar de sus magníficos árboles con un estado de mantenimiento del campo de golf 10 puntos, con sus greens siempre con muy buena velocidad y sus fairways
Monifieth (Medal)
The course layout resembles the shape of an axe. Holes 1 to 6 and then 16 to 18 are the handle whilst holes 7 to 15 are in more of a square area furthest from the clubhouse. The first six holes all ru
Rocas de Santo Domingo (Roja & Azul)
Los 18 hoyos viejos son los mejores de Chile, excelente campo de golf, realmente se disfruta mucho jugar en Rocas con sus fairways entre bosques espesos de magníficos árboles.
Panmure
Don’t let your first views of the opening and closing holes fool you. The first two holes are quite flat and fairly easy and I am rather puzzled as to how the first, a par four of 289 yards, is rated
Potrerillo De Larreta
También llamado por los jugadores de golf el "Paraíso de Larreta", debido al magnífico entorno de las sierras de Córdoba, los arroyos que cruzan sus fairways, los morros de piedra, su diseño y perfect
Carnoustie (Championship)
There are some who do not like Carnoustie. I have heard comments that the course is “dull”. What on earth do they mean? Sure there are no towering dunes or holes beside the seashore but every hole is
Montrose (Medal)
The layout is a little unusual for a traditional links. The first hole heads to the sea and then holes 2 to 9 run more or less parallel to the seashore. From the 10th to the 15th the course runs inlan
Kilmarnock (Barassie)
Had the privilege of making a return visit to Barassie after an interval of several years. A lovely spring day and a glimpse of the eclipse on the drive down to the coast whetted my golfing appetite.
Irvine
Returning to Bogside after some years I was hoping to be persuaded that my previous lack of enthusiasm was misplaced. Alas, not. The weather was perfect : blue skies, no wind. The course was in good n
Ashridge
Beautiful location for a classic course, makes a fascinating companion piece with nearby sand less Berkhamsted and the under rated Stocks. As per some other reviews, it's quite hierarchical with the
Blackwell
I'm lucky enough to have friends who are away members at Blackwell so have played it a number of times. A classic historic members club, classy but unshowy, with a course featuring a good variety of
Rosslare (Championship)
Played on a lovely early spring day, memorably started watching a solar eclipse from the car park whilst getting the clubs out of the car. Very quiet and unbelievable value at 20 Euro on a March mi
Murcar Links
The opening hole is an ideal start and is a well bunkered par four of 322 yards. The view to the sea behind the green is an attractive vista of gorse and dune land heading down towards Royal Aberdeen.
Royal Aberdeen (Balgownie)
Royal Aberdeen is a traditional links course with the front nine predominantly along the seaside and dune land whilst the home nine is on a slightly higher inland plateau. Balgownie Links possess one
Trump International Golf Links, Aberdeen
I had the privilege of playing this beautiful course in late October. I arrived as a single and was paired with two local women--one a member at Montrose, the other a member at Carnoustie—who were lov
Quinta do Lago (South)
Always has been and always will be one of the special Algarve courses and is a must for any itinerary. From the opening inviting tee shot you are well aware that you are playing in a great place. Ther
Quinta do Lago (North)
This was my first round since the 2014 changes to the course – previously I had three rounds on North so I was very keen to see the updates. The opening hole is a memorable start; 345 yards and downhi
Cruden Bay
The first three holes are a reasonably gentle opening, with the 3rd being a particularly short par four. The 4th is the first of the very good par threes at Cruden Bay. The tee shot must carry a deep
Peterhead (Old)
You leave your car beside the sea outlet of the River Ugie and then proceed across the river by footbridge to the clubhouse on the other side. The first hole runs along low lying land beside the Ugie.
Saadiyat Beach
This is a truly excellent course in every regard. The holes are stunningly created and feature expert sculpting / topography changes but also present a plethora of options regarding course management.
Spey Bay
In my first three golfing trips Scotland I had never heard mention of Spey Bay. You may not have either but this is a real little gem of 6219 yards. You drive through wooded areas and lush fields to g
Moray (Old)
The front nine has a number of holes which can play quite long, especially into the wind. Moray is well bunkered for both tee shots and approaches to the green. The importance of accuracy to avoid bun
Nairn Dunbar
Nairn Dunbar is often overlooked because of the great reputation of neighbouring Nairn. However you will not be disappointed by a visit to this underrated course. In recent years it has hosted both th
Nairn (Championship)
Nairn is definitely one of my favourite courses in Scotland’s north. On a clear sunny day you cannot help but be seduced by the sight of the rich blue Moray Firth on one side and the distant Highlands
Passeier Meran
I have played about 20 rounds on this course and never get tired of it. Its location in the Alps (even though it is at an altitude of only 650 metres) is magnificent. The Passeier valley, after which
Big Sky
Beautiful conditioned course in a very nice setting. That being said i believe it to be a very overrated, overpriced course. Victoria Golf, Royal Colwood, both Predator Ridge Courses and Tobiano are F
Victoria Golf Club - Canada
I have been fortunate enough to have played great courses from Australia to Barbados and Victoria Golf rates with the best! Great scenery and living proof short courses can be great! Rates alongside
St George's Hill (Red & Blue)
I played here on a very sunny Friday in March and I have to say the whole party thoroughly enjoyed the round. We started on the Red and then played the Blue and saw no one else on our round. I think t
Castle Stuart
There are many wonderful courses along the northern Scottish coastline stretching from Nairn to Brora. Whilst
Fortrose & Rosemarkie
Fortrose lies at Chanonry Point next to the Moray Firth on the Chanonry peninsula. This is one of the most charming locations you will ever chance upon. There is a rather unique feel here with a relax
Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu (Oberallgäu)
I would compare this course to a heavyweight boxer: the detail work looks clumsy, but the punch is lethal. To begin with, it's a really beautiful and exciting track, possibly the best mountain course
Hankley Common
Played 4/3/15 hankley common GC is a must play course,everything about the club is how a good club should be.As a visitor you are treated by staff and members with a supreme friendliness..onto the cou
Royal Dornoch (Championship)
I have to write a review about this wonderful beautiful , natural piece of golfing heaven. I have had the pleasure of playing a lot of golf courses. In truth they are all good no matter what there per
Le Touquet (La Mer)
Played here in March 2015 - don't bother! It is currently a construction site and the original Harry Colt course has been decimated. In addition, there is no clubhouse and whilst the Manoir Hotel prov
Skibo Castle - Carnegie Club
The magnificent castle and surrounding estate was completed for Andrew Carnegie at around the end of the 19th century. It remained in the Carnegie family until 1981 when Andrew’s daughter Margaret, du
Tain
If it is your first time at Tain then the 1st hole may take you by surprise. It is a par four, slightly uphill, of 382 yards. A road bounded by post and wire fencing runs across the fairway about fift
Streamsong (Blue)
On the very day 20/01/15 it was announced there is to be a third course created at the famed Streamsong resort, I had the pleasure of teeing it up around the Doak designed Blue course. After a warm co
Golspie
Golspie provides an interesting mixture of links and heathland. Situated between Dornoch to the south and Brora to the north, the course provides wonderful views of the Dornoch Firth and Ben Bhraggie
Royal Dornoch (Struie)
The opening four holes are a pretty gentle start – just hit the ball straight. From the par four 5th, the Struie gets interesting. Whilst the 5th has conifers down the left and gorse on the right, the
Royal Dornoch (Championship)
For any lover of the links, to play at Dornoch is simply a must. The town itself has an understated ambience and there is still a lovely feeling of unspoilt beauty and serenity in the whole area.
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Brora
For many visitors this is the end of the line when it comes to golf; this is understandable as Wick and Reay are quite a distance further north and are not as good as Brora. Here is a traditional link
Laytown & Bettystown
A step back in time, whether you consider the course or the staff, ignoring actual age, just describing the experience here. However, if you embrace this, you might have a great little time: the hesit
Orchard (Palmer)
The Orchard Golf & Country Club has two championship courses, this Palmer Course and the Player Course designed by Gary Player. They used to be a mango orchard, so mango trees are abundant all over th
European Club
Playing this course feels like watching your favourite flick with the director's comments soundtrack on.... On so many holes you just stand there on the tee trying to figure out what Mr Ruddy is try
St Anne's
Let us be fair: you do not play St Anne's to see golf architecture at its finest, or most original. All holes are oriented in the same direction going back and forth over the same flat bit of land on
Island
Great vintage links golf. Majestic sandhills. One drawback: packed with people on our August 2014 visit. Don't know whether this is a regular occurrence, but if it is, give it a miss and play another
Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links
Fantastic value for money at €45, even better that it was not very busy on the two occasions I played (Sunday afternoon + Thursday morning). Unless you need to cross Portmarnock GC off your bucket lis
West Kilbride
The incentive of a day at the seaside meant a trip to the garden shed to fetch the clubs for the first time in several months. They seemed a bit surprised as it was on the windy side where I live some
Gullane (No.2)
Gullane really is a kind of 'golf heaven'. I played course no. 2 after using no. 3 to warm up the day before. The day was dry bust very blustery, with strong winds coming over the Firth of Forth, whic
Gullane (No.3)
I salute the green staff here at Gullane - They keep all of their courses in fine condition, even through the winter months. The greens were in great shape, and I had a good putting round (27). I was
Riviera (Langer)
Riviera Golf Club has two valley courses set along the ridges where you can enjoy the scenery of the Philippine countryside. There are 36 holes, this more challenging Langer Course and the easier Coup
Paradis
The course is set in an idyllic location, between the beautiful Le Morne mountain and a turquoise lagoon. These 2 features are present during the whole round. Sure it's not the longest nor the toughes
Leisure Lodge
What an experience this was. Had the pleasure of playing Leisure Lodge whilst on a three week tour of Kenya and it was a joy. I cant say I am used to playing golf in 40 degree searing African heat, bu
Heythrop Park
Stayed and played here recently for a 1 night break - big mistake. The golf experience is pretty awful from start to finish. When you arrive you have to park in the middle of a muddy field - the only
La Posada
La Posada is a golfing outpost little known to golfers, even inside Chile. The course is located 10 miles south of the industrial city of Concepcion and is cut through thick pine forest. Rather like t
Cape Kidnappers
played this course on 1/15/2015, after Kauri cliffs before Jack's Point. for 540 a round plus cart this just might be the worlds most overpriced golf course. the course is great nice layout n
Denarau
played this course 2/102015 on a cruise. Although in the middle of a drought course was fabulous. greens around 11, fairways a little quick. the layout is first class. I have played 60 of the
Vipingo Ridge
It’s generally a sound policy to save the best until last and so it worked out on my recent trip to Kenya. My hosts, after introducing me to a selection of good courses in and around Nairobi, had me v
Great Rift Valley
After a very bumpy five-mile bus journey, steadily climbing the dirt track from the main road to the Great Rift Valley Lodge, I was delighted to discover the golf course was set out sedately on rather
Sigona
The clubhouse is situated just off the very busy main highway that connects Nairobi with the Kenyan interior. Once you enter through the front door however, the noisy air-polluted outside world is lef
Windsor
The trees suffocating the entrance to the green on the first hole gave me some cause for concern but any fears that the remaining holes might also be unfairly restricted were quickly dispelled on the
Hindhead
A pleasure to be able to call myself a member of Hindhead. The course is a visual masterpiece, with stunning nature and landscaping to blow you away. front 9 as mentioned is as good as it gets whilst
Palmares (Praia & Lagos)
We played Palmares twice in late February. Alvor, Lagos on the first occasion and Lagos Praia on the second. I would recommend the latter combination, if you are only able to play once. This is a v
Porthmadog
I arrived early yesterday to play quickly on my own but unfortunately two others were just going out in front of me. This would be my first visit to Porthmadog Fortunately the 10th tee is adjacent to
Aberdovey
I played Aberdovey for the first time last week. The pro was very friendly and welcoming and even knocked a fiver off the green fee because they had one winter green due to work on the bunkers at the
Royal St David's
I'm a keen golfer and have played most of the top courses in Scotland (88 out of the top 100) as well Birkdale/Lytham/Hoylake and various others at home and abroad. Royal St David's compares favourabl
Archerfield (Dirleton)
Dirleton features rather more menacing revetted bunkers and has some very colourful native wild flowers in abundance along the mounds and dunes bordering many of the fairways.

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Archerfield (Fidra)
The first 11 holes of this links course wind through lovely tree lined fairways whilst the final seven are more in the open and provide views of Bass Rock and Fidra Island. It is believed that Robert
Kurmitola
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Tain
We could not have been better received at the club, both by Stuart the pro. and the bar staff. As for the course, our French friends raved about it: "This is the véritable links! We have nothing like
Sandy Lodge
Had the pleasure of playing at Sandy Lodge recently on a cold but bright winter’s day. The course was slightly wet underfoot and we were playing off the winter tees, but given there was no run, I susp
Wee Burn
If you judge a course by the variety excellent holes it has, Wee Burn is the best CT has to offer. Long, challenging Par-4s and superb routing characterize the course which is on a beautiful piece of
Kedleston Park
Derbyshire is not renowned for high quality golf and only a handful of courses could be described as worth going out of your way for, however KedlestonPark definitely falls into that category. The cou
Morfontaine
"My God !" or rather "Mon Dieu !" Hard to believe we're in France just a few miles North of Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. I arrived early morning having a shotgun tee-off at 10 am. While driving o
Royal Hainaut (Bruyeres & Quesnoy)
Royal Hainaut is a wonderful course that has it all in quiet surroundings. It consists of 3 x 9 holes (Etangs, Bruyères & Quesnoy) offering a great variety of challenging holes requiring distance and
Royal Marianske Lazne
By far the best course we played in Czech Republic. Oldest course in CR and easily the prettiest and best conditioned we played. We were very dissapointed with other courses such as Casa Serena and Al
Manila Southwoods (Masters)
The Manila Southwoods Golf & Country Club is composed of two flat 18-hole courses, the Masters Course and the
 


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