Scotland. Ireland. Australia. New Zealand. England. Portugal. Spain. Where are the top golf courses around the world? GOLF.com has announced the 2017-18 ranking of the Top 100 Courses in the World.
For a variety of very positive reasons, golf in Australia is enjoying heightened profile. While the country is home to unquestionably some of the true classics of the game such as Royal Melbourne, New South Wales and Kingston Heath; recent activity only serves to further enhance Australia as one of the world’s great golf destinations…worthy of a seat in the premier league.
High expectations can often be dangerous when visiting a new restaurant, hotel or golf course.
In this case I recently had the occasion to play at Tara Iti Golf Club on the North Island of New Zealand…
I have been aware of a new golf course under construction on King Island in the Bass Strait, off the southern coast of Australia, which is getting very strong initial reviews from the golf industry.
Plans for renovations at Club de Golf Valderrama in Cadiz, Spain brings over 3 million € to be invested in a four year plan to raise the standards of the golf course to an even higher level.