5 Luxury Asian Golf resorts off-the-beaten-track

Alpine Golf Resort Thailand

Step off the beaten track and discover five of the best luxury Asian golf resorts you may never have heard of!

Guide to buying Christmas gifts for Golfers

Santa Claus plays golf

With Christmas fast approaching there are going to be lots of people with no clue what gifts to buy for the golfer in their life. In the 27 years I’ve played golf, I’ve unwrapped everything from three golf ball soaps to a multi-tool pencil and pitchmark repairer, a tartan pouch for golf tees, a dozen … Read moreGuide to buying Christmas gifts for Golfers

A Love Letter to St Andrews Old Course

Old Course St Andrews Scotland

Dear Golfer, Planning to visit St Andrews, Scotland, “The Home of Golf”?. READ THIS: It will help with the heart break when you leave. A love Letter to St Andrews Like train platforms and tourist attractions, the footprints of millions leave only fading impressions on the sandy links turf of St Andrews, “The Home of … Read moreA Love Letter to St Andrews Old Course

Adam Scott calls Olympic Golf an ‘exhibition’

Adam Scott Olympic Golf

Former World number one Adam Scott thinks Olympic golf is nothing more than an ‘exhibition’ and isn’t planning to gear his schedule around competing in the 2016 Games in Rio, Brazil. Golf has been reinstated as an Olympic sport for Rio 2016 after its removal more than a century ago in 1904, but its return … Read moreAdam Scott calls Olympic Golf an ‘exhibition’

Finally, a travel-friendly golf trolley

Axglo TriLite golf trolley

Golfers love a day out. Call it a ‘buddy trip,’ an ‘away day’ or a plain old golf weekend – there’s nothing better than cramming the clubs in the boot and hitting the open road – in search of unchartered fairways and greens. From planning your trip on work time, to googling the pro’s tips … Read moreFinally, a travel-friendly golf trolley

Gorgeous Golf Memorabilia for Christmas

2014 European Ryder Cup Team Rose, Poulter and McGinley signed memorabilia

Buying a gift for a golfer is a perilous task. The chances are they only use one type of ball, prefer putter brand X above all others and will only wear shirts by clothing company Y made from the finest Pima cotton. If you are a golfing widow, a wife, Mother-in-Law, husband or relative with … Read moreGorgeous Golf Memorabilia for Christmas

Ryder Cup 2014 Review

Guardians of The Ryder Cup

Travelling back from Gleneagles on the train I’ve time to reflect on Scotland’s Ryder Cup – the greatest show in golf – and how it handled itself as host. It’s no exaggeration to say that The Ryder Cup has become a global phenomenon. It’s the world’s third biggest sporting event and the one golf tournament … Read moreRyder Cup 2014 Review

Review Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course

This review of The PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles has an unlikely beginning, so unlikely you’d be forgiven for thinking it was made up, except for the fact there were witnesses, three of them. One year out from The 40th Ryder Cup, a round of golf at Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland, started with the rarest of … Read moreReview Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course

The Road to Hoylake – Tales of Open Qualifying

Open Qualifying Northumberland

Global Golfer writer Matthew Moore fulfilled a lifelong dream in 2014 by entering qualifying for the 143rd Open Championship, but was it Hoylake heartbreak or hello Royal Liverpool? Every boy golfer has gone through the ritual at some point. Standing alone on a practice putting green, eyeing a six-inch drop, whispering the words in the … Read moreThe Road to Hoylake – Tales of Open Qualifying

Review of Stable 26 Golf Socks

Stable 26 Golf Socks review

When you think that during an average game of golf you walk around 5 miles (1,760 yards=one mile) that’s a lot of time on your feet and a good deal of wear and tear on your body. If like me, you play golf every week, 52 weeks a year – averaging say two rounds a … Read moreReview of Stable 26 Golf Socks


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