Ever since I first watched Caddyshack, a seminal 1980’s golf movie about the caddies and members of Bushwood Country Club – a typical American Private golf club – I’ve loved the idea of having my bag carried by a wily local who knows the humps, hollows, nooks and crannies of the courses I’m playing. Sadly … Read moreCurious case of the missing Caddies
When the European Tour landed in India last week for the Avantha Masters it beamed pictures around the world of golf in a mysterious and humid corner of Asia. If you found J.B Kruger’s win around a track with coarse grasses and burnt brownish greens compelling viewing, then you will like a new book about … Read moreCobras in the Rough: an Indian Odyssey
A number of news releases dropped into the Global Golfer inbox in the past two weeks and switched on the lightbulb for this blog post. We all love to play golf. You wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t love golf and travelling to play it. But how do you decide where you are going … Read moreWhat on earth made you book that golf holiday?
Tuning into Thursday’s coverage of the AT&T Pro-am at Pebble Beach Golf Links – with views of waves crashing in from the Pacific Ocean into Carmel Bay – reminded me of my golfing bucket list. There are lots of courses I’d like to play before I die and Pebble Beach is my #1. Having played … Read morePebble Beach – why it’s #1 on my Bucket List
Welcome, I’m bursting with excitement writing my first blog as the Editor of Global Golfer, a brand new internet golf travel magazine I had an idea seven years ago. I would publish a golf magazine on the internet for people who shared a passion for travelling the world and playing golf. Writing prose that captures … Read more“You always come back to what you love”