Northern Lights: Golf in North East England

North East England borders Scotland, the “Home of Golf,” and it’s no surprise that many golfers pass through rather than tee up. Global Golfer discovered lots of reasons for golfers to stay awhile… £50m Rockcliffe Hall is golf’s Angel of the North Play the hardest 9th hole in golf Close House & Lee Westwood – … Read moreNorthern Lights: Golf in North East England

The Coast with the Most

England’s North West coast – blessed by a royal trilogy of Open Championship venues and a supporting cast of courses difficult to equal… Which is King of the Royal Open venues? Murder Mile and a monument to the game at Royal Lytham A love affair with the great Bobby Jones Perfect neighbours – Hillside and … Read moreThe Coast with the Most

Kingdom of Heaven: golf in St Andrews and Fife

Nowhere in golf stirs the imagination quite like St Andrews – the Home of golf and the Old Course – God’s original layout in Scotland’s eastern Kingdom of Fife. How to get a tee-time at golf’s most famous links Putts of over 100-yards and the approach to the Road Hole New courses – m0re choice … Read moreKingdom of Heaven: golf in St Andrews and Fife

Unsung Hero: golf in Angus

Montrose Links - 450 years old in 2012

Scotland’s Angus county is famous for Carnoustie – arguably the toughest course on the Open Championship rota. Along the Angus coastline and inland, in the shadow of the Grampian Hills among beautiful glens are several little known courses worth praise and acclaim too. More to Angus than “Carnasty” Play the 5th oldest links in the … Read moreUnsung Hero: golf in Angus

Oil the way off the beaten track

Scottish Golf has its places of pilgrimage but Global Golfer stepped off the beaten track and discovered that Aberdeen and the Grampian Highlands well worth the visit… From oil outpost to golf central Tame the Serpentine at Murcar Golf Club Play the 6th oldest golf course in the world at Royal Aberdeen The inspiration for … Read moreOil the way off the beaten track

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