We love categorising golf courses into different types. Below you will find groups of golf courses that have a common theme allowing you to compare apples with apples.
Here we take a brief look at some of the best golf courses in Great Britain that don't feature a single bunker!
The term "Hidden Gem" is a horribly overused term when describing golf courses.... and I'm sorry to say that we are going to use it here also.
The Golden Age of golf course architecture is generally regarded as being between 1910 and the late 1930's.
Here we take a brief look at some of the best nine-hole golf courses in the United Kingdom.
No less than 14 golf courses have staged the best and most important golf competition in the world; The Open Championship.
"Quirky" is a word that is often used when describing a golf course. But what does it actually mean?
The United Kingdom is blessed with some of the finest golf courses in the world. Some venues even have two or more layouts!
Par-fives are overrated. Think about it, of all the great holes in golf how many of them are par-fives?
The golf ball is travelling too far. As a direct result golf courses are getting longer and subsequently rounds are taking up too much time.
The only thing that everybody can agree on when rating golf courses is that it's such a subjective matter.