Morfontaine is a monument to Tom Simpson’s design from the Golden Age of architecture and this old classic will once again head our Continental European rankings which will soon be released.
There’s plenty of sunshine at Terre Blanche Hotel Spa & Golf Resort – 300 days on average. It’s also delightfully set in a hidden corner of Provence on the edge of the beautiful Côte d’Azur. The grand plan was to create an Eldorado for golfers and that objective has been achieved absolutely.
Retaining the No.1 position, the Dunes course at Costa Navarino is an epic design by headline architect Bernhard Langer, working alongside Ross McMurray of European Golf Design, and it opened for play in 2010.
Welcome to our latest 2018 edition of the Top 100 Golf Courses of the World. New Zealand’s Tara Iti is our highest new entry in the latest rankings and Canada’s spectacular Cabot Cliffs also debuts within this elite list along with ten other newcomers.
It’s hard to keep up nowadays with what’s going on in Chinese golfing circles. The days of reading the occasional press release about a new layout opening are largely gone, replaced by news of yet another course which has been shut down by the authorities.
Having produced updated ranking lists for England, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales over the last couple of months, we’ve now merged those national charts to create an all-embracing Top 100 table for Britain & Ireland.
Welcome to the latest 2018 edition of our Top 100 for England. We first published an English Top 100 more than a decade ago and this is our 7th biennial ranking list for the nation that continues to hide its golfing light under a bushel.
You’ll find England’s largest swathe of heathland in the South East where an almost infinite number of heathery courses are located. There’s also a trio of Open venues with the venerable Royal St George’s heading our inaugural South East Top 50 table.