From an upturn in golf club sales to some huge plans for venues in the coming years, GCM editor Alistair Dunsmuir looks back on November
The accounts for two Open venues have revealed a healthy state of finances for two major golf course operators.
A golf club in Leicestershire has received local praise for transforming a flooded bog on its course into a pond and wildlife haven.
A man who has been championing blind golfers for more than two decades is in line for a prestigious national coaching award.
A leading golf club in Northumberland and a top venue in Hertfordshire have both had administrators appointed to them.
A Scottish golf club is to fund improvements by selling its practice ground to a developer, which will build 56 homes.
A major new international golf development in Merseyside is a step nearer after Wirral Council agreed to spend more than half a million pounds on surveys and geotechnical reports to see it through.
The golf club created by former Formula 1 world champion Nigel Mansell has been sold for a reported figure of £11 million.
A 91-year-old golfer has hit a hole-in-one at Stoke Park Country Club, Spa & Hotel in Buckinhamgshire – the latest story in what’s been an incredible year for elderly golfers.
A PGA professional in Lincolnshire has become the first person who works in golf in England to achieve the DEAFinitely Inclusive Mark, the accreditation scheme that was launched last year