There are two 18-hole golf courses at the Killarney Golf & Fishing Club and the Killeen is considered to be the best.
Lauswolt was the first golf club (1964) to be formed in Friesland and two years later a 9-hole Frank Pennink-designed course opened. Three decades later, Donald Steel expanded the layout to 18 holes.
If you're fed up slogging your way round the windy links courses, treat yourself to a scenic and tranquil piece of Letham Grange Golf Club. ... but make it quick. The committee has recommended that both club and courses should close due to a long-standing legal conflict over property ownership and declining membership.
Longcliffe Golf Club lies a few miles to the southwest of Loughborough, close to the M1 motorway, and the fairways here (many of them doglegged) are judiciously routed through the ancient Charnwood Forest.
Set in rolling countryside with several lakes and many stands of mature trees, Luttrellstown Castle is a very pleasant place to play golf.
The layout at Mill Ride Golf & Country Club was designed by Donald Steel in 1990 and it’s one of the best new golf courses in prosperous Berkshire.
Newark Golf Club was founded in 1901 and the Kelwick course was laid out in 1934 by Tom Williamson, the Notts professional from 1896 until his death in 1950.
Laid out in two returning nines, the 18-hole course at Northampton Golf Club concludes with three testing holes that are set around Harlestone Lake.
The 18-hole golf course at the Overstone Park Hotel, Golf & Leisure Resort is just one of a number of sporting facilities available at this top class venue.
There's plenty of golf to be played at the leafy Portal Golf and Country Club in the North West of England, 45 holes to be precise, but the best is certainly the Championship layout.