Muirfield

Ask any of the world’s top players to highlight Muirfield’s greatest challenge, though, and they’ll tell you one thing – the bunkering

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Sarah Pyett
St Andrews Old Course

How do you retain the unique feel and challenge of the world’s most famous golf course while keeping it relevant for the modern game?  Golf World probes one of the game’s more complex balancing acts.

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Nick Wright
Castle Stuart Golf Club

In Castle Stuart, Mark Parsinen created one of the best courses to be built in Britain since WWII. But it was much more than another new venue, it opened up a debate on how golf course architecture should be viewed. 

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Nick Wright
The Renaissance Club

Stellar reputations help secure jobs, contracts and commissions, but bring with them enormous pressure to succeed. That burden sits on Tom Doak’s shoulders every time he starts a project, whether that be a new course or a renovation.

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Nick Wright
Royal Dornoch Golf Club

If you have golf running through your veins, it is inconceivable you will not one day find yourself in Dornoch. And when you do visit this quaint Highlands town and play its mesmerising links, it will surely ingrain the game a little deeper in your soul.

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Nick Wright
Royal Troon Golf Club

Tam Arte Quam Mart – as much by skill as by strength. It seems an appropriate motto for a club whose course incorporates the shortest hole on The Open rota. Yet Royal Troon is not all it seems.

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Nick Wright