With stunning panoramic views, a tough but fair course and a great deal of history, the J.H. Taylor and Harry Colt-designed Came Down Golf Club is a quintessential gem.
Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia founded one of the oldest golfing layouts in France, the Old course at Cannes-Mandelieu in 1891.
A Harry Colt design from 1927, the course at Canterbury Golf Club lies in a wonderful woodland setting where gorse and broom threaten wayward shots that stray from the fairways.
Castle Golf Club, a 6,270-yard, par 70 parkland course is laid out in two loops of nine holes with a sting in the tail...
Living in the shadow of its famous neighbours, Portstewart and Royal Portrush, Castlerock Golf Club is every bit as good, and the Mussenden will not disappoint.
Golf de Chantaco dates back to 1928, when Harry Colt set out eighteen holes for the owner, René Thion de la Chaume. The French Open was held here in 1970 and more recently the Ladies Open de France.
Although Chelmsford Golf Club was founded in 1893, today’s course dates from 1924 and is largely the handiwork of Harry Colt who routed the holes cleverly across a valley.
Welsh snooker legend, Ray Reardon, is the President of Churston Golf Club and his golf course climbs steadily over the cliff tops where there are dramatic views across Tor Bay.
Dating back to 1887, Cleveland Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in Yorkshire and its 18-hole course just happens to be the only true links layout in the county.
Founded in 1920, Clyne Golf Club was designed by Harry Colt and the course is perched on the high ground of Clyne Common more than 300 feet above sea level.