Putting in Paradise – Mauritius Golf

Legends Course Belle Mare Plage

Matthew Moore took his clubs on Honeymoon and found a golf holiday in Mauritius doesn’t have to break the bank… Trying to be a Legend on The Links at Belle Mare Plage Caddies that cost less than Coca-Cola Pars and a sensational spa Forza La Spiaggia – unforgettable food Snorkels and stretching Mauritius Golf Review … Read morePutting in Paradise – Mauritius Golf

REVIEW: Hawkswood House, Peat Inn, St Andrews

  PEAT, the whisper of the word feels Scottish. You are suddenly lost in deep, smoky, intense flavours of Scotland’s greatest luxury export – Whisky – preferably a vintage Single Malt, made with grain dried over a peaty fire, then aged slowly in an oak barrel. Speaking of Scottish luxury, there’s a village, around seven … Read moreREVIEW: Hawkswood House, Peat Inn, St Andrews

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

5 Reasons to take a French Golf Holiday

Golf course French Coast

France has always been a popular holiday destination for Northern Europeans and especially British travellers. Brits are lucky enough to be able to cross the channel’s shortest stretch (21-miles) with the walking equivalent of five rounds of golf or roughly 375 shots if you are a handy five handicapper. French culture, wine, gastronomy and a … Read more5 Reasons to take a French Golf Holiday

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

Mountain Golf Breaks in Italy’s Dolomites

Mountain Golf Breaks in Italy

There are few more spiritual places to relax than high on a mountain summit, whether carrying a backpack or bound to a pair of skis. While golf is often played inland among forests, parklands and heaths – and by the sea – on pure links turf with the ocean in view – there are far … Read moreMountain Golf Breaks in Italy’s Dolomites

Golf and Guinness – Golf Guide to South East Ireland

St Helen's Bay golf course Ireland

Clive Agran, one of the UK’s best traveled golf journalists and presenter at Go-Golf TV, took the ferry to Ireland recently and found himself sinking as many pints of Guinness as he did putts… Golf Guide to South East Ireland Ireland is undoubtedly one of the very best countries in the world in which to … Read moreGolf and Guinness – Golf Guide to South East Ireland

Clogs and Clubs – golf holidays in Holland

The International Golf Club Holland designed by Ian Woosnam

David J Whyte didn’t need any ‘Dutch Courage’ to spend a week filming in the Netherlands for Go-Golf TV. He discovered that golf is bigger than you’d think in the land of Van Gogh, windmills and shoes carved from wood… What I like about the Dutch is you never hear them crowing about how ‘they’ … Read moreClogs and Clubs – golf holidays in Holland

Golf and Grapes: Teeing up in San Diego wine country

Temecula Creek Inn is in San Diego's wine country

American golf writer Leonard Finkel says he stumbled upon a little piece of golfing heaven in the heart of San Diego’s wine country… Nine years ago I stumbled on the Temecula Creek Inn. That I return year after year is no accident. Less than an hour north of San Diego and located in the heart … Read moreGolf and Grapes: Teeing up in San Diego wine country


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