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Founding members and VIPs descend on Thornton for the opening of David Evan's Cathedral Lodge Golf Club.
The world's southernmost links, and one of the finest courses from the 1970s, is set to close in New Zealand.
La Trobe University whacks a reported $25 million price tag on 9-hole Strathallan golf course site.
The popular Donegal golf course is to be closed by the American owner of the club’s debt.
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
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
‘It burns me up that with the billions of dollars spent on course construction in the past fifty years, all the architects together haven’t been able to build another Royal Melbourne.’ Gene Sarazen...read more
Why play golf, if not to discover a place like this?
In the middle of Bass Strait, on the northwestern tip of remote King Island, sits Australia’s tallest lighthouse and one of the world’s ...read more
Volume 3 of Tom Doak's Confidential Guide to Golf Courses is now available in Australia