With new year’s and Christmas holidays, it’s easy to forget about Golf, focusing instead on decorating the Christmas tree, cooking and eating festive meals, and having nice family moments.
But it’s also a great time to prepare for next season and set goals for yourself. For example, why not test yourself and play on one of the 10 courses that were rated by golfers as the most difficult. Call accepted?
1. Hammock beach-field Conservatory (palm coast, Florida)
7 110 meters; par 72; slope: 150; rating: 78.2 Continue reading
If at the mention of India, you have the idea that everything sings and dances there, which by definition can not do it, then believe me, this extraordinary country is fraught with much more unexpected surprises. Unlike the average tourist, the golfer will discover India from a very surprising side, because at his disposal will be incredible fields: the oldest Golf course abroad in the UK, the highest 18-hole course in the world, fields in the deserts, on the banks of the Holy Ganges, in the Palace of the Maharajah and against the backdrop of the majestic Taj Mahal. All Golf clubs have excellent transport links, and accommodation will meet the highest requirements.
The” Golden triangle”, which includes the three main tourist cities of India – Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-is the most popular route for golfers. Continue reading