Royal County Down Golf Club is at Newcastle, a little holiday town nestling at the feet of the majestic Mountains of Mourne. It’s an exhilarating location for a classic links golf course...
Laid out within the surrounds of Audley End House, the course at Saffron Walden Golf Club was expanded to a full 18-hole layout in 1975 and its fairways are routed close to the 193-foot spire of St Mary’s Parish Church.
Saltford Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 2004 and there’s been many changes made to its course down the years, particularly during the 1990s.
Founded in 1910 and often described as an inland links, Sandy Lodge Golf Club was designed by Harry Vardon and is one of Hertfordshire’s jewels.
The Galley Hill course at South Beds Golf Club is an established County Championship layout which measures a testing 6,401 yards from the back markers. Harry Vardon once described it as “Bedfordshire’s hidden gem”.
Originally designed by Harry Vardon, and remodelled by Harry Colt, James Braid and then by Donald Steel, South Staffordshire Golf Club is a quintessential gem.
St Neots is the oldest golf club in Cambridgeshire, founded in 1890. The club moved to its present site in 1912 when Harry Vardon laid out a new 9-hole course for the members.
Tadmarton Heath Golf Club is a pretty little course sited close to the small market town of Banbury and its charming old Cotswold stone clubhouse is very much in keeping with its rustic surroundings.
Woodcote Park Golf Club was established in 1912 and founder members enlisted Harry Vardon to design their course, assisted by the club’s first professional, Montrose-born Tom Winton.
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.