At Bushmills, Northern Ireland, you’ve got your work cut out for you. First day, 18 holes at classic Castlerock. Take selfie. Drink Guinness. Next day, Portstewart and the amazing stepping stones of the Giant’s Causeway before a dram of whisky
If you want to make the most out of your European golf travel budget while discovering new courses and a historic town, check out a
Pärnu Bay Golf Links is an ambitious project, one that has been in the works for almost ten years. This summer it was finally ready
Playground of royalty, jet setters, diamond dealers, exiles and spies – Cascais is the place to go if you want your golf served warm, with
“Have fun. You will have lots of birdies,” was the message from Gary Player on Twitter when we told him we were heading to his
Bully Pulpit doesn’t have Southern California weather, nor does it have an ocean view. But you’d be hard-pressed to find a more beautiful and challenging
Life should be like this. Sitting on a terrace with a view of the glittering Bay of Biscay, with a local Basque Pagoa beer in
Germany is not the first country that comes to mind when thinking about links golf. But all rules have exceptions, and Golf Budersand is a
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Egypt has a long golf tradition, going back all the way to 1882, when the first course in the country, Gezira Sporting Club, was founded.
Stepping up to the 10th tee at Golf d’Etretat in Normandy, the world is laid out at our feet: the chalk cliffs, the Needle Rock,
Girona – formerly overlooked by the masses heading to Barcelona – has in the last 20 years been rejuvenated, in looks, style, culture and attitude.
Quickly: When you think of Sweden, what comes first to mind? Was it IKEA, or maybe Volvo? Or did you think of the fjords? Or
When Arnold Palmer, at 85, announced that he was going to design his first course in Scotland at Castle Stuart he made the Highlands resort
Often when you plan for long golf weekend you try to start out with a good golf course, then a better course, and then finish
Morocco has a long golf tradition due to the late King Hassan II’s passion for golf. During his reign a number of “Royal” golf courses
There are many things to consider when planning a golf trip. First and foremost is probably the quality of the golf courses, the hotel, and
Have you ever felt like you need to start a new life? Ditch your job, sell all your possessions (except your golf clubs) and just
“Take it easy,” the Dane said. We were waiting for our tee times at Palm Hills in Hua Hin, Thailand. “Relax. Everything will work out.
At the renowned Jigger Inn at the Home of Golf we met with the hottest golf historian on the planet: Roger McStravick, the Irishman of
Naxhelet is Belgium’s first brand new 18-hole golf resort to open for several years. With the restoration of old farm buildings, a new 35-room hotel,
Belgium may not be the first place that comes to mind when someone says, ’golf holiday.’ But after a trip to Flanders, I’m starting to
Seventy years ago, during World War II, the local French resistance group Maquis du Vercors used the scenic but rugged Vercors Plateau in the French