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2008 British Isles update: A Banner Year in the U.K.

The list of awaited openings extends far beyond St. Andrews

Tranquility in Scotland

A wild ride as a journalist left Carol Wallace yearning for a quiet existence. She found it—along with a few unexpected challenges—in the Scottish countryside.

Glengoyne Whisky

The rebirth of a distillery is always worth celebrating. But in the case of Glengoyne this is particularly so because the new ownership is taking...

Scotland’s Two New Beauties

The Castle Course at St. Andrews and Machrihanish Dunes in Kintyre are the best new Scottish courses since Kingsbarns

Reader’s Tee | September 2008

Celebration at Carnoustie Just returned from an unforgettable trip to Scotland with three friends to celebrate our fortieth birthdays, which all fall in this calendar...

News from the British Isles

Traditional course design stages a comeback

The Spyglass of Scotland

Eleven stout new holes have made this Turnberry track a worthy mate to Ailsa

Driving Scotland's Highlands

The dramatic mountain passes, craggy shorelines, and seaside villages of the highlands and the Isle of Skye make for one of Europe’s best rides. (Nessie...

China’s Tiger Beach Golf Links

Stand on the first tee at Tiger Beach Golf Links and prepare to briefly lose the ability to speak. The view from this tricky par...

World's Strangest Monuments

From a baby-eating sculpture in Switzerland to Mongolia’s giant statue of Genghis Khan, the world’s weirdest monuments display local quirks.
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