Established in 1895, the original 9-hole Old Course at Golf & Tennis Club de Valescure was extended to 18 holes by Harry Colt in 1910. Today, measuring just over 5,000 meters from the medal tees, this delightful tree-lined layout remains much as it was over 100 years ago.
Wentworth West is the course that everybody rushes to play, but the East is more enjoyable for the average player. It is also more sandy, intimate and charming.
The West course at the Wentworth Club is Surrey's most famous golf course. It closed for its latest makeover in 2017 and reopened prior to the 2018 BMW PGA Championship.
Whittington Heath Golf Club is tucked away on an elevated heathland plateau in middle England where there are delightful views across to nearby Lichfield Cathedral.
Woodhall Spa Golf Club is an oasis in the heart of Lincolnshire, set amongst glorious pine, birch and broom, this heathland golf course is an absolute delight to play.
Harry Colt designed Woodsome Hall Golf Club in 1922 and the club’s first professional, William Button, oversaw the construction.
The Colt-designed Lower course is the most exacting of the two downland courses at the centurion Worthing Golf Club. Laid out in a sheltered and picturesque valley, the Lower holes, prior to the turn, are from the top drawer.
Golf began at Wortley in 1894 on the old deer park in the shape of a rudimentary 9-hole course, which was extended to 18 holes in 1908 by Alfred Ernest Turnell, Wortley Club Captain and an associate of Alister MacKenzie.