Golf Course Reviews from across Great Britain & Ireland
There are currently over 400 golf course reviews listed on our website.
That's right! Not only do we tell you where and when competitive golf will be played, by listing over 10,000 open competitions at more than 1,500 golf clubs on our main website, but we also let you know which are the best golf courses to play... in our humble opinion anyway!
We hope you enjoy browsing the website and would love to hear your own views on the golf courses featured.
New golf course reviews are continually being added to the website so keep checking back regularly to see where we've played.
To help you find relevant golf course reviews more easily we have split them all down into popular regions of Great Britain & Ireland.
We love categorising golf courses into different types. Here you will find groups of golf courses that have a common theme.
Ah, but what makes the 'best' golf course? Well, that answer will never be truly answered but here you will find what we consider to be the best golf courses.
Here you will find Top 100 lists from various magazines. We have also combined the 4 main industry lists to publish a combined GB&I Top 100.
We occasionally publish an article that you may find interesting. These currently include #MyPerfect18 and Living on the Links Spectrum.
It's a long time since I've walked off a golf course and been as impressed and surprised, compared to what I was expecting, than at Newbiggin.
A family holiday brought me to Whitby Golf Club. After stuffing myself with fish & chips, losing most of my money on the penny slots and catching umpteen crabs in the harbour it was time for a round of golf!
Planning a round of golf in late October can be a dicey affair, especially in my home county of Yorkshire where the vast majority of courses are built on heavy soil or clay, so it was very refreshing to discover when venturing down south how well East Berkshire played at this time of year.
There’s very little that hasn’t been written about the golfing mecca that is St. Andrews.
Following a 4:00am alarm call we’d already driven for more than six hours and covered over 350 road miles before boarding a ferry at Oban sailing to Lochboisdale.