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World’s Top 100 Courses in Oceania

The landscape and coastline found in Oceania is a dream for golf course designers. But where do our favourite courses there rank in our World’s Top 100? Let’s take a look… Royal Melbourne Golf Club – West Course, Australia World #12 Designed by legendary Scottish architect Dr Alister MacKenzie and opened way back in 1931, […]

The world’s most remote and unique golf courses

If you’re thinking of compiling your golfing bucket list, check out these amazing courses that prove golfers will play anywhere that has a flag and a hole. Have you ever teed-off in the sun… at midnight? How about nearly 8,000 feet up next to a royal palace? Played on a course that takes a six-day […]

Live Update: Golf Courses Open for Play by Country during Covid-19

With the world currently in the grip of the Covid-19 pandemic, most golf clubs across the globe remain closed due to lockdown measures. But some countries are slowly lifting their restrictions. Here’s our list of all the nations and regions that are currently open for golf or will be open in the near future. When […]

US Public Golf Courses listed in our Top 100 World Rankings

Where do our Top 10 public golf courses in America rank in our World’s Top 100? Let’s take a look… Pebble Beach Golf Links World #14 Our best public course to play in America is ranked at number 14 in our World’s Top 100. The layout, in Pebble Beach, California, is one of the world’s […]

Best golf course designs by pro golfers

Modern day greats like Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Sir Nick Faldo and Annika Sorenstam have proved they can tame the world’s greatest golf courses, but how successful are they designing them? We take a look at their signature works. Tiger Woods Bluejack National Tiger’s first US-based course, Bluejack National was laid out across the rolling […]

World’s Top 100 Courses in England

Where do All Square’s Top 10 golf courses in England rank in our list of the World’s Top 100? Let’s take a look. Sunningdale Golf Club – Old Course World #21 We rank Sunningdale as England’s best course, and it comes in at number 21 in our World’s Top 100 list. Located in Berkshire in […]

Top 10 Golf Courses in New York

Not only is the state of New York home to some of America’s most cherished history, but it’s also the site of some of the top golf courses in the US.  With so many options, it can be hard to choose where to play. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Here’s a list of […]

Top 10 Golf Courses in California

California is home to beautiful beaches, perfect weather, and several of the world’s top golf courses. We can help you experience these luxuries with just a push of a button! 10. California Golf Club of San Francisco Finally, last but most certainly not least, rounding out our list of the top 10 golf courses in California is […]

The Top 5 Tom Fazio Golf Courses

American golf course architect Tom Fazio is world renowned for combining playability and difficulty across designs of aesthetic grandeur. Perhaps best known for his improvements at Augusta National, the 74-year-old also renovated Kasumigaseki Country Club’s East course, host layout for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. All Square reviews five of his greatest designs. Waterville Golf Links, […]

The best golf courses set to open in 2020

There are currently over 500 new golf courses either in advanced planning or under construction in over 100 countries across the globe. Here’s our picks for the best new courses set to open in 2020. Dumbarnie Links, Scotland Surprisingly, only 20% of golf courses in Scotland are true links, so Dumbarnie will be a welcome […]

Coore & Crenshaw’s Must-Play Courses

The partnership of Americans Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw is one of golf’s most respected architectural teams. Their shared philosophy of combining artistry with traditional, strategic golf has produced some of the game’s most revered designs over the last 30 years. All Square reviews five of their greatest golf courses. Cabot Cliffs, Canada Ranked by All Square […]

Top 5 “Public” Golf Courses by Rees Jones

The son of legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones and brother of course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr, Rees Jones has worked on over 100 golf courses during his career after forming his own firm in 1974.  Jones is known for his brutally penal and strategic layouts. All Square reviews five of his greatest works. […]

Top 5 “Public” Golf Courses by Tom Doak

With the world renowned Pacific Dunes and Barnbougle among his credits, American golf course architect Tom Doak is one of the most sought-after designers in the business. A former pupil of legendary architect Pete Dye, Doak has gained worldwide respect for his natural, minimalist style. His company, Renaissance Golf Design, is one of the world’s leading […]

The Top 5 Robert von Hagge Golf Courses

During six decades as a golf course architect, Robert von Hagge is credited with the design of more than 250 courses in over 20 countries. His designs are known for punishing, demanding layouts, tight fairways and precise shot making. All Square takes a look at five of his greatest courses. Le Golf National Home to the annual […]

The Top 5 Pete Dye Golf Courses

Arguably no other golf course designer has had more influence on modern course architecture than Pete Dye. With his preference for island greens, pot bunkers and heavy mounding, the American transformed the way we look at golf courses. Legendary venues like Kiawah Island and Whistling Straits feature regularly on the PGA Tour. Let’s have a […]