Below you can find a list of the 6 best golf resorts in Germany with 36 holes or more. If you want to enjoy your golf holiday without having to stress about driving, ideally you should stay at golf resorts with 36+ holes. While staying here, all you have to do is eat, sleep and play golf as much as you like. These golf resorts are ordered by the overall rating given by real golfers on Leadingcourses.com.Read more
Have you ever browsed Leadingcourses.com and stumbled across golf course pictures that made you excited to hit the links right away? Big chance these pictures were not made by your average Leadingcourses user, but by a professional photographer. Time to speak with the people behind the pictures. We spoke to talented golf course photographer Mel Maclaine from Ireland.
Leadingcourses.com, Europe’s largest golf-booking and review site, is poised to expand its services throughout Europe after raising €2.5 million in a funding round led by a group of angel investors.
The Dye name has long been associated with the game of golf, or more specifically, golf courses. Back in the 1960’s, when golfers walked hard fairways and unwatered rough, carrying wooden headed clubs with steel shafts, Pete and Alice Dye had their humble beginnings. From their first major project at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, the couple’s design influences have evolved through the years. Initially taking inspiration from Robert Trent Jones and Alister McKenzie, the Dye’s would eventually develop their own unique style. Target greens, difficult 18th’s and high lipped greenside bunkers among other trademark elements, would form the basis for a Dye course in the years to come.
When I came up with a plan to organize a golf trip that included the 3 best golf courses in France (Les Bordes, Morfontaine and Fontainebleau) and 4 other great courses around Paris, the first thing I had to worry about was access. Both number 1 and 2 in France are very exclusive and hard to get access to. The other clubs are mostly member clubs and accessible during the week for a reasonable green fee.Read more
Two years ago during a trip to PGA Cataluyna we revealed our new strategy, our new identity and plans for a complete new platform. We knew that this would be a real challenging project, because a complete overhaul of all functionality and underlying logic is extremely complex. But we felt we needed to do this to be able to grow even further and to provide a great experience to our members and visitors. It has been a wise decision, because our old platform during 2020 has begun to show more and more performance issues.
Every day we see a lot of strange names of golf courses passing by when golfers share their reviews on Leadingcourses.com. With Halloween coming up, we decided to make a curated list of the top 10 scariest golf course names! If you have also played golf courses with a scary name, just share them with us!
Here at Leadingcourses we’re all about the golfer. Back in the day (2007 to be exact) we seen the need for a service that provides information on the best courses to play all around the world. We weren’t talking about the usual, over-produced reports on the same top 10 golf courses that you hear from every Tom, Dick and Harry.
Every month, over 400,000 golfers check the 21,243 golf clubs, 25,314 golf courses and 274,581 photos on Leadingcourses.com the largest golf course review site of Europe.