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Yet another public metropolitan golf course in Sydney looks set to lose some of its holes for sporting fields.
Reports in Townsville this week, that a local plumber and his wife have purchased the 9-hole Mystic Sands golf course and surrounding residential development land for $1.2 million.
President's Cup star Sangmoon Bae will make his long-awaited comeback at the Shinhan Donghae Open next month, after serving his mandatory two-year military service in Korea.
Reports have surfaced that 30 per cent of Wentworth members, including several past Captains, have resigned membership at the now Chinese owned club.
Founded and developed by Ken Bakst, the 1997 USGA Mid-Amateur Champion, Friar’s Head is situated among the pristine sand dunes of Baiting Hollow, on the North Shore of New York’s Long Is...read more
‘At Ellerston we were able to create a course that a golfer of my calibre would love to play everyday for the rest of his life.’ Greg Norman
Locked away in the secluded high country of the ...read more
Situated on Northern Ireland’s beautiful North coast, the Royal Portrush Golf Club occupies an ancient dune system that runs alongside the Atlantic Ocean and overlooks the Giant’s Causeway headland...read more
Whether golf evolved from a Dutch, Belgian, German, Roman or Chinese sport or is entirely indigenous to Scotland, St Andrews is unquestionably the birthplace of the modern game. The town’s famous O...read more
Volume 3 of Tom Doak's Confidential Guide to Golf Courses is now available in Australia