For three decades – or since the era of Ballesteros, Faldo and Norman, Nick Edmund has been writing about golf, and especially about golf courses. In the late 1980s, not long after he had qualified as a Barrister and begun a career at the English Bar, he was invited by Kensington West Productions to create a 'distinguished companion to the golf courses of Great Britain and Ireland'; the successful Following the Fairways resulted and 14 editions of the book were published (1987-2001).

Between 1989 and 1996 Nick devised and became Editor of three best-selling golf yearbooks: the Benson & Hedges Golf Year, the Ping Women's Golf Year and the Heineken World of Golf. During this period he also advised and assisted a number of prominent golf clubs (as well as a few 'undiscovered' golf destinations) with their marketing campaigns, contributed features to various UK and international golf publications, and was co-editor with David Cannon of Allsport's award-winning Visions of Golf.

In 1996 Nick started to write golf course and golf travel articles for South Carolina based LINKS Magazine, and the following year saw publication of his acclaimed 'Strokesaver Guide to the Classic Courses of Great Britain & Ireland', a book Nick wrote in association with leading photographer Matthew Harris, and which was reprinted in 2000.

Nick had to scale back his golf writing in the late 1990s when he was asked to set up (and then oversee the development of) Faldo Design, Sir Nick Faldo's golf course architectural business, a company he managed until 2012. However, Nick continued to write 'Classic Course' features for LINKS, and having introduced Sir Nick to the publishers of the magazine, became responsible for his regular column as Playing Architecture Editor from 1998 to 2004.   Nick maintains a close relationship with the owners and editorial team at LINKS.

In addition to writing about golf and editing/producing bespoke golf communications (much of which activity now falls within the sphere of Global-Golf-Links), Nick is a Golf Design & Development Consultant to IAGTO, the global golf tourism association, and has been invited onto several golf course rating panels including GOLF Magazine's authoritative ranking of the World's Top 100 Courses.