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Top 100 Golf Courses "BiteSize" - March 2015

In a fortnight the Masters will be in full swing and for many the trip down Magnolia Lane heralds the start of the golfing season. Augusta National is the course that every golfer would love to play, but the reality is that very few golfers will realise the dream. That’s not to say, however, that teeing it up at this iconic property is pure fantasy. A few years ago our intrepid US Consultant, Fergal O’Leary, received the invitation and our Dubliner shared the experience with us. Augusta National – the dream

Top 40 Golf Courses of Thailand 2015

We’ve presented the best courses in Thailand since 2009, expanding the coverage to thirty 18-hole layouts in 2012. Utilising local knowledge gleaned from regional correspondents, the number of ranked courses in Thailand has just been increased to forty and in the latest edition of the Thai chart, eleven courses move up, eleven drop down, four remain in the same position and another four fall from the ratings completely, allowing fourteen new entries to come in.

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Magical Kenya – where golfers and wildlife share the fairways

For most of us, East Africa might not feature high on our wish list of golfing destinations – especially when there’s tried and trusted old favourites like Spain and Portugal so close to home – but, for the more intrepid golfer, Kenya is such a great choice for an adventure holiday AND a fantastic golf trip.

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Top 10 Golf Courses in Lincolnshire 2015

Nobody will be surprised to learn that the Hotchkin course at Woodhall Spa is still No.1 in Lincolnshire. It’s impossible to imagine that any golf course in the county will ever come close to displacing the Hotchkin from its lofty perch. After all, this is a course that vies for the moniker of best inland course in Britain & Ireland as well as featuring highly in most World Top 100 ranking lists.

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Derbyshire Top 10 Golf Courses 2015

Surprisingly, our long-standing Derbyshire No.1, the Alister MacKenzie-designed Cavendish (perched on high ground in the Peak District) has been demoted to third place. Cavendish received scant support from the respondents, so with Kedleston Park at the head of the table and Chesterfield (known locally as Walton Golf Club) at No.2, it’s all change at the top of the Derbyshire rankings.

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Recent Player Reviews

Have you played any Top Golf Courses recently?

If so, we’d love to hear from you, so why not post a review and share your experience? If you took a great photo during your visit, email it to info@top100golfcourses.co.uk and we’ll include it within your review. Don’t forget you can now have your own personalised Reviewers page on the Top 100 website.