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FROM THE EDIT OR


ABTA Golf 2018 is published on behalf of ABTA by APL Media.


Editorial Director: Maria Pieri Editor: Alex Mead Art Director: Simon Campbell Contributors: Minty Clinch, Peter Ellegard, Sarah Woods, Richard Holmes, Duncan Forgan, Peter Swain Sub Editors: Ben Murray, Charlotte Wigram-Evans, Chris Horton, Nick Rutherford, Emma Holland Production Manager: Daniel Gregory Production Controllers: Karl Martins, Joaquim Pereira, Lisa Poston, Joanne Roberts, Anthony Wright Special Projects Consultant: Matthew Midworth Project Manager: David Mitch Media Sales Managers: Neil Bhullar, Danny Pegg, Mark Salmon, Chris Dalton Business Development Manager, India: Sinead McManus Chief Executive: Anthony Leyens Managing Director: Matthew Jackson Sales administrator: Elizabeth Scott Executive Assistant: Taylah Brooke Financial Controller: Ryan McShaw Credit Manager: Craig Chappell Account Manager: Siobhan Grover Account Assistant: Jana Abraham, Stefano Pica


Welcome


A Ryder Cup in France. Not England, Scotland, Ireland or even Spain, but France. It’s a historic year for European golf and France has the opportunity to make a huge mark on the golf travel market. If it plays it right, it could challenge as one of


the major golfing destinations. As travellers, we all demand more, and who wouldn’t want to combine world-class golf with a trip to Bordeaux or Champagne? Or enjoy the finest cuisine on the planet and then follow in the golfing footsteps of Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Sergio Garcia et al by playing a round at Le Golf National. If France makes it mark on the golf public, it will add another dimension to golf travel in Europe. Wine harvest and Ryder Cup golf? I’m there. It’s not all about France, though. As you’ll see all the


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way through this packed issue of ABTA Golf, we have the world covered in every possible 18-hole format. New courses (pages 30-33), picture-perfect courses (pages 38-43), Championship-courses (pages 45-53), plus our comprehensive Golf Guide (starts page 55), covering more than 50 countries and 200 courses. Enjoy. Alex Mead, Editor


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