Founded in 1907, Copt Heath Golf Club is a mixture of park and heathland with holes lined by mature and grand trees waiting to catch the wayward drive.
The Country Club of Detroit commissioned Harry Colt to design the golf course at Grosse Pointe Farms in 1912. Robert Trent Jones Snr remodelled it half a century later, prior to the club hosting the 1954 US Amateur...
County Sligo Golf Club – or Rosses Point, as it is better known – is an exhilarating west coast links, situated in the heart of Yeats country.
Crews Hill was founded in 1916 and the golf club is the proud custodian of a Harry Colt-designed parkland course which extends to 6,281 yards from the tips and occupies a generous 150-acre site a couple of miles to the north of Enfield.
Established in 1929 and designed by Harry Colt, Cuddington Golf Club is set on fast-running and free-draining downland. Located inside the M25, it’s one of Surrey’s best-kept secrets.
Donald Steel is a long-standing member at Denham Golf Club and he reckons “at the heart is the imperishable hallmark of a Harry Colt golf course and a unique farmhouse-style clubhouse but, equally as important, is a vibrant membership that appreciates both."
Founded in 1928, De Dommel Golf Club’s original 9-hole Harry Colt course expanded over the years to 18 holes under the architectural stewardship of Frank Pennink, Joan Frederik Dudok van Heel and Frank Pont.
Golf has been played at Ealing for more than 100 years but some say Ealing Golf Club is still the best kept secret in West London.
East Devon Golf Club is absolutely enchanting, the course is laid out on high ground, 400 feet above the sea, close to the clifftops, where one can drink in the most spectacular views in golf.
Members of Edgbaston Golf Club first played at Warley Woods then Harborne before finally settling at Edgbaston Park in 1936, where Harry Colt laid out the 18-hole course that’s still in play today.