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Major revamp for

3.34pm 1st July 2020 - Media

The popular and highly informative online golf magazine has been substantially revamped and upgraded … for desktop, tablet and mobile. is delighted to announce the major revamp of this highly informative website. Fully compatible with desktop, tablet and mobile usage, this popular information provider has been described by many as a golfer’s handbook for the 21st century … especially after the recent revamp. The pages of this online offering are packed with useful information for golfers: the world’s finest courses, top tournaments, a Who’s Who of the game, and a detailed Dictionary.

The largest section of Where2Golf features the world’s top 5,000 golf courses, with possibly the best locator maps on the web! There’s crisply laid-out information on all the courses … geared to helping the travelling golfer plan his or her golf vacation, mini-break or the leisure element of a business trip.

The website’s Tournaments section, contains a unique set of data … details of all the majors; amateur championships; men’s, women’s and seniors’ tour events; team events, and the most prestigious annual awards … and all that going back to the first Open Championship in 1860. The Who’s Who section carries details of around 1,000 of the game’s great and good.

Although intentionally free of advertising at the moment, and not charging a membership or subscription fee, Where2Golf is always open for a discussion based on possible title sponsorship of the website. “A great piece of internet real estate … with a large and as yet unfilled advertising billboard”, say owners Nigel and Suzanne Butler .

Perhaps long overdue, the revamp of Where2Golf was made possible by a recommendation from its original co-designer (Josh Tenser) and the excellent web design and construction skills of Crew Studio, located a chip and a putt from the City of London.

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