Located a mile or so to the northwest of Barnet, Dyrham Park Country Club is set majestically in a 200-acre Hertfordshire estate that dates back to Elizabethan times.
The Green is the shortest of the three courses at Frilford Heath Golf Club but for what the course lacks in length it makes up for with sheer charm.
This sandy, gently undulating site was once a North Sea inlet. Consequently, Ganton Golf Club has all the characteristics of a links and a heathland course.
Additional land on the Spital estate in Hexham was acquired in the early 1950s, allowing C K Cotton to fashion a new course for Hexham Golf Club on 150 acres of prime parkland.
Established in 1880, Kingsdown is the oldest golf club in Wiltshire and the course is set on high downland where there are far-reaching views to the spa city of Bath.
Lamberhurst Golf Club dates back to 1890 and the members played on a 9-hole course until the 1970s when additional land was acquired and Frank Pennink was commissioned to extend the course to 18 holes.
The tree-lined fairways of the Leicestershire Golf Club’s course were originally laid out in 1889. Since then, James Braid, Charles Mackenzie and C.K. Cotton have made significant modifications at various times down the years.
The course at Luffenham Heath Golf Club is charming, adorned by oak, elm and ash. Set in an area designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
All 27 holes at Olgiata are set in sumptuous parkland surroundings where the terrain is mildly undulating and fairways are separated by avenues of magnificent mature trees.
Pennard Golf Club is a delightful old-fashioned affair and without doubt, this is one of the very best links courses in the British Isles.