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Royal West Norfolk

England: Timeless Royal West Norfolk is...

England – Day 1: Royal West Norfolk Driving into a small town on England’s eastern coast, my GPS indicates the time is right to turn. But the roadway seems implausibly small. I take the turn anyway and end up coming down a slight paved road...

2009 In Review: Best Golf Courses

With golf showing for the holidays (and me tiring of writing about Tiger), I thought I’d take the time to reflect on some of my experiences in 2009. As anyone who reads this blog knows, I have a passion for golf design and great golf...

Course Review: Woking Golf Club (Surrey...

Course Review: Woking Golf Club (Surrey, England) Designer: Tom Dunn It has been said that Scotland gets all the love when it comes to golf, but depth in terms of courses belongs to England. It is hard to argue with, even if you just look...

Course Review: Royal St. George's...

Course Review: Royal St. George’s Location: Sandwich, UK I’ve played all over Scotland, tried some of the best in Ireland, but until last week I had never played in England. That would change with Royal St. George’s, the first...

Courses in Pictures: Sunningdale Old and New

I’m going to review my whole trip next week once the jet lang is gone. In the meantime, here’s some shots from my final day of golf in England, at Sunningdale Old and New. Just a couple hundred yards from the train stop, I’ll...

Day Two: Woking, Private, Subtle

On my second day of playing golf out of London by train I went to Woking, in the suburbs. The club was where writer Bernard Darwin belonged for many years. Created by Tom Dunn in 1893, the course is a real throwback, or as the pro at...

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