The two nines at Hanbury Manor Golf & Country Club are distinctly contrasting, each having a completely different look and feel.
Formed on the Wirral in 1902, Heswall Golf Club overlooks the Dee Estuary and the Welsh hills. Jack Morris (nephew of Old Tom) laid out the course and a number of designers – including Harry Vardon, Frank Pennink, Donald Steel and Mackenzie & Ebert – have altered the layout down the years.
Kingussie Golf Club is situated on upland to the north of the prosperous town of Kingussie and its elevated position offers spectacular views of the Cairngorms and surrounding mountain ranges.
Touched by the hands of Harry Vardon, six-time Open Champion, Letchworth Golf Club is one of the loveliest parkland courses in Hertfordshire, renowned for its cross bunkering and fast greens.
Little Aston Golf Club is hidden away on the edge of exclusive suburbia in acres of tranquil, mature parkland. The former grounds of Little Aston Hall.
Llandrindod Wells measures only 5,759 yards and features a number of old-fashioned design traits, including back-to-back par threes at the 10th and 11th holes...
Close to historic city of Bath, you will find the village of Gurney Slade and the Mendip Golf Club. The highest point of the course is some 1,000 feet above sea level where the views are far reaching.
Founded in 1903, Newport Golf Club is one of the best parkland courses in South Wales and it’s set some 300-feet above sea level among the birch, beech and oak trees of the Llwyni Wood.
The old course at Preston Golf Club has received architectural advice from several of the golfing greats since 1895 when George Lowe originally laid out 18 holes for the members, including Sandy Herd, Harry Vardon, James Braid and Alister MacKenzie.
In September of 2009, Rosapenna's Old Tom Morris golf course reopened after a major facelift.