The course at Luffenham Heath Golf Club is charming, adorned by oak, elm and ash. Set in an area designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Lundin Golf Club has a bit of everything: burns, blind drives, out-of-bounds, a nimiety of bunkers (many of which are deep and punishing), the ever-present wind and truly excellent greens.
The Llandudno Golf Club – or Maesdu ("Black Meadow") as it’s now known – was formed in 1915 and the 18-hole course was laid out on land between the Wardre Hills and the Irish Sea...
Mid Herts is one of the oldest golf clubs in Hertfordshire – founded in 1892. Measuring a modest 6,060 yards from the back plates, it is not a championship course but it will challenge the best golfers.
Middlesbrough Golf Club was founded in 1908 at Saltersgill, but three decades later the club upped sticks to an undulating parcel of land a mile or so further south, commissioning James Braid to lay out the parkland course that’s in play today.
Millport Golf Club sits above the town of Millport on the Isle of Cumbrae and golfers use the very frequent short ferry service to and from Largs on the mainland to play here.
Monmouthshire Golf Club is very proud to have the Welsh golfing legend Iestyn Tucker as its President. Iestyn’s amateur record is remarkable and he’s held the course record at more than a dozen clubs in Wales
Mortonhall Golf Club is rightly regarded as one of the best parkland courses in the Lothians with many holes characterised by mature trees that define wide, open fairways, leading to large, beautifully tended greens.
With fine turf, Mullingar Golf Club is a delightful walk in the park and the course has a fine collection of one-shot holes.
Murcar Links Golf Club is located on a classic stretch of links land with huge sand dunes, crumpled fairways, whins, burns and heather.