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:
Carnoustie Links: the 147th Open Championship returns to this iconic British links where Armour, Cotton, Hogan, Player, Watson, Lawrie and Harrington have lifted the Claret Jug. (July 19-22).
Chicago GCa stellar field gathers at Chicago Golf Club for the inaugural U.S. Senior Women’s Open, to become the most prestigious event in senior women’s golf. (July 12-15).

Tournaments: 
The Senior Open: Bernard Langer defends his British Senior Open crown at the Old Course, St Andrews (July 26-29). 
Canadian Opena mere 114 years old, the Canadian Open championship heads back to Glen Abbey GC near Toronto for the 30th time. (July 12-15).

Who's Who: 
Peter Thomsonthe golfing world mourns the loss of this five-time major championship winner, and one of the modern game’s greatest legends. 
Brooks Koepkarecords his second straight win in the U.S. Open, and his second major championship title to date.


  
 
  

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