About Us - The mission of Where2Golf.com


The mission of Where2Golf.com

     
  The golf course guide which we have compiled at Where2Golf.com contains the knowledge-base and impressions accumulated by two much-travelled golfers.

Where2Golf.com has grown from our combined experience of playing over 3000 golf courses. The golf course reviews with ratings showcase the golf courses that we consider to be the best. Where2golf.com is not exhaustive and some golfers will no doubt be disappointed not to find a review of a course they consider to be a personal favourite.

However, this unique guide represents a wide and rich selection of courses that travelling golfers from around the world would be very interested to play. Our future intent is to add new golfing destinations while also adding further courses to the review sections of the existing countries.
 
We have sought out and played what most golfers would describe as the “best” golf courses in the following locations: 
 
   
  Authors: Nigel Butler and Suzanne Butler-Lenaerts


 
Golf World 2017 Top 100 Golf Courses Continental Europe
  Golf World 2017 Top 100 Continental Europe Panel
 

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Where2Golf spotlights

 
Courses:
Cruden Bay: one of Scotland’s finest seaside links courses hugs the Aberdeenshire coastline providing fabulous views out onto the North Sea.
Golf du Médocsurrounded by the vineyards of the Bordeaux wine region, this 36-hole Stay&Play venue offers one of the best golf resort experiences in France.

Tournaments:
PGA ChampionshipJustin Thomas defends his US PGA Championship title, having won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational just a week before (Aug 9-12).
Evian Championship the final major of 2018 for the world’s top women players heads back to the Evian Resort GC on Lake Geneva (Sept 13-16).

Who's Who: 
Georgia Halla first major championship title at Royal Lytham in the Women’s British Open also brought her first Ladies European Tour win and LPGA Tour win.
Miguel Ángel Jiménez “The Mechanic” recorded his second major championship win of 2018 at the Senior Open Championship on the Old Course, St Andrews.


  
 
  

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