Golf Guide St Andrews & Fife – Kingdom of Heaven

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 – more choice …

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Castle Course Review – Lay siege to St Andrews

Castle Course St Andrews

Chris Hogben relives his student days golfing in St Andrews and tees it up at The Castle Course, the newest links at ‘The Home of Golf.’ New KIDD on the block at Home of Golf Laid out across craters and rutted ancient hunting ground Cliffs, canyons and heavenly views of golf’s spiritual home Black Sheep …

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Coast and Castles golf trail – Northumberland

links golf in the shadow of Dunstanburgh Castle

A coastal trail of little known links golf courses dotted between medieval English castles Ruddy sand beaches, Atlantic grey seals and world famous fish smokeries A treasure trove pub with its own microbrewery in an idyllic bay setting Cheap green fees and easy to organise Northumberland golf packages It’s often been written that there is …

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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 …

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England’s newest golf course inspired by history

Ramside Cathedral Course

Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club, County Durham’s leading golf resort and hotel, opens its new 18-hole championship golf course in July – calling it ‘Cathedral Course’ – in honour of nearby Durham Cathedral. The North East’s newest course takes its name from Durham Cathedral – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Europe’s …

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