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In efforts to develop its tourism industry, Qatar has invested heavily in leisure attractions and improving its service sector. As Chua Chin Yang reports, the development of golf also has a role to play in generating publicity and increasing awareness of this Middle Eastern delight.  read more


Travelling to Johor has become something of a weekend retreat for many Singaporeans. Chua Chin Yang says the southern Malaysian state may well soon also become a golfing haven for those from much further afield.  read more


Nick Faldo offers an inside look at the host venues for the US Masters, as the Englishman ponders Amen Corner at Augusta National.  read more


Jason Butler, our man on the ground in the Land of Smiles, profiles one of Thailand's newest golfing destinations -- the delights of Chiang Mai.  read more


Keen to add its name to the list of best golfing destinations in the United States is Mississippi, And according to Thomas Bedell, it's an ideal place to go to cure your golfing blues.  read more


Seri Selangor
The Klang Valley is Malaysia's primary hub for business, leisure and international activities. However, with nearly 30 golf courses, Chuah Choo Chiang advises that next time you visit you should also pack your golf bag.  read more


St Andrews 2000 in Pattaya.
To celebrate the Thailand's third consecutive nod as the region's 'Best Golfing Destination', Jason Butler found that the coastal town of Pattaya is still very much in the swing of things.  read more