Located in the village of Radlett, the course at Porters Park Golf Club has hosted Open Championship Regional Qualifying in the past, which gives a good indication of the quality on display at this lovely Hertfordshire track.
The esteemed golf architect Harry Colt redesigned the 18 parkland/heathland holes at Radyr Golf Club and his work over the gently undulating terrain has stood the test of time...
“There is immense variety at Ross-on-Wye Golf Club,” wrote Frank Pennink, “and although it has more short par fours than most courses of its quality, they have exceptional features."
If there is a need for another seaside Open Championship venue, then the East course at Saunton Golf Club might be a worthy candidate.
Before you cross the bridge between Fuen and Sealand – one of the longest suspension bridges in the world – you drive past Sct. Knuds Golf Club.
Originally founded in 1891, Shrewsbury Golf Club’s current parkland layout at Grange Farm dates back to 1971. Panoramic views of the Stretton Hills and the Shropshire Plain can be seen from the tree-lined fairways.
It was here at St Pierre, in the 1980 British Masters, that Bernhard Langer became the first German to win a major tournament.
Routed around the Venetian fortress of San Nicolo, Venezia is a delightful, eclectic amalgam of parkland-cum-links, with lovely tree-lined fairways laid out on sandy soil...
James Braid originally laid out the parkland course at Wenvoe Castle Golf Club within the scenic heart of the Vale of Glamorgan, where two loops of nine holes return to an impressive 18th Century Mansion House.
Its esteemed Royal neighbours keep West Lancashire Golf Club out of the limelight but it is a truly classical links course, located on a charming stretch of prime links land.