Ben Smith visits one of Ireland's great links courses and finds a club and town at one and a golf course that delivers a truly original test of golf for anyone who embraces adventure and creativity.
Yorkshire club which hosted the 1929 Ryder Cup not only celebrates its unique place in history but provides a truly fantastic test for golfers with holes that echo mythical Augusta as Ben Smith discovers.
Ben Smith and Ray Nicholls visit the iconic Yorkshire course and feel the hand of history on their shoulders. This classic inland links remains a stern test of golf, especially when the wind blows.
This course is a study in contrasts: the rugged and quintessentially Irish beauty of the coastline with the American-built stone castle that overlooks it. Ben Smith wasn't prepared for what he found.
Ben Smith and Ray Nicholls travel to Yorkshire to visit a Ryder Cup course with an incredible history and bright future with some of Europe's best golfers still calling Lindrick Golf Club home. It's a must play.
Ben Smith visits one of the world's most famous and traditional clubs and finds the Sunningdale Old Course more than lives up to its billing even if no longer has the length to attract PGA tour events.
The colours, the pines, the rich green grass and the white-sanded bunkers. There's also the sloping greens that are synonymous with Augusta National ...
The German’s acrobatics are still enshrined in club legend to this day. But this Yorkshire gem is much more than a snapshot from the past, as Ben Smith discovered
Ben Smith stepped inside the ropes at Killarney and experienced a feeling that only few amateurs get to experience on an unforgettable trip to County Kerry, Ireland.