Rye Golf Club was founded in 1894 and was the inaugural design of 25-year-old Harry Colt. With a measly par of 68, and a layout that measures over 6,300 yards, Rye has to be one of the toughest courses in Britain.
The course begins in pleasant suburbia and immediately the scene is set – accurate driving is the order of the day at Seacroft Golf Club.
Located a mere 12 miles south east of Central London, the testing East course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club has been chosen by the R&A as an Open Qualifying venue in the past.
Situated close to the English capital, the West course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club is a fine parkland layout that offers sweeping views of some prominent London landmarks to the north.
West Sussex Golf Club is one of our favourite inland courses. It is sheer delight to play golf on this charming sandy outcrop of heathland.
Golf de Wimereux is located a mere 20 kilometres from the Channel Tunnel and the course itself is routed across a finger of linksland adjacent to the English Channel.