Walking towards the 11th tee on Whittlebury Park’s Grand Prix golf course you are uncertain of whose voice you might hear.
Andy Mossack travels to Islay to play the Machrie Golf Links, hailed by some as one of the greatest links courses in the world.
Andy Mossack reviews some of the best of Aberdeenshire’s 50 plus golf courses and discovers some of the most dramatic views in golf.
Andy Mossack enjoys a round of golf at the once exclusive Balmoral Golf Course, now open to the public on selected days of the year.
There’s a wee bottle of Fairmont St Andrews whisky plus miniature chocolate golf club and golf ball in your room as a welcome.
On the 1st tee, João Carlota, a former Portuguese U21 champion, was athletically warming up to show me around the Dom Pedro Old Course.
In the Bible, the Red Sea parted for the Israelites but there were no such favours for my golf ball. It sank into the warm salty waters of the Red Sea, about a forty-minute transfer south of Hurghada, to join the 1,200 species of fish that inhabit the 1,240-mile long coral reef.
Considering Hardelot was founded by an Englishman, it has nevertheless retained a remarkably French feel despite a goodly amount of regular British visitors.