Sand Bunkers at the Castle Course at St. Andrews

Castle Course Review – St. Andrews, Scotland

Will most tourist golfers enjoy the Castle Course? Do the pros outweigh the cons? Should it be included on a trip to the area? My emphatic answer is yes, play the Castle. In my review I’m not going to get into a comparison game; should one play Castle over Kingsbarns, or if it’s better to play two rounds on the New Course instead of making the 10 minute drive out to the Castle. I’m simply attempting to answer the question as to whether or not most golfers will enjoy this track. Again, my answer for most is an emphatic yes. So why should you play it? Why do others hate it? Read on to find out.

The links of Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle, Northern Ireland

Royal County Down Golf Club Review – Newcastle, N. Ireland

In the United States, there is a very clear line of demarcation between public and private golf courses. There is a plethora of fantastic public golf in the U.S. Some like World Woods are very reasonable. Others like Whistling Straits are not. Elite private courses are just that; extremely elite and private. The odds of most

Royal Portrush Golf Club Review – Northern Ireland

Golf in a Cruel World Fans of the HBO television show Game of Thrones (GOT) will quickly recognize many of the locations around Royal Portrush Golf Club. Arya Stark’s roam through the Dark Hedges, the Carrick-A-Rede Bridge and Brienne of Tarth’s victory,  and Cairncastle and the beheading in the pilot. As a matter of fact,