Five-time Open champion James Braid designed the Musselburgh Golf Club course at Monktonhall and he, along with Percy Alliss, Henry Cotton and Alf Padgham officially opened the course with a 4-ball match in 1938.
Established in 1893, the par 71 parkland course at Muswell Hill Golf Club has held both men’s and women’s Middlesex county championships in recent years.
The Championship links at Nairn Golf Club is one of the most spectacular seaside courses in Scotland, boasting sea views from every hole.
Neath Golf Club is a James Braid classic with many varied holes and magnificent views from its high hilltop location.
Located to the south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the handsome course of Nevill Golf Club dates back to 1914 and is parkland in nature with a sprinkle of heathland.
North Hants - home of Justin Rose. A delightful undulating heathland course, touched by the hands of numerous great architects.
If Northamptonshire County Golf Club was located closer to London, it would not only be well known, but maybe a regular ranking contender for our English Top 100.
Known locally as Old Ranfurly, the Old Course Ranfurly Golf Club is a challenging, undulating, moorland course with magnificent views across the Clyde to Ben Lomond.
Orsett Golf Club is unique... a heathland course in Essex. Designed by James Braid in 1929, Orsett is an Open Championship Regional Qualifying course that's full of charm and variety.
Oswestry Golf Club has a lovely, undulating, James Braid-designed parkland course. It was however tamed in 1991 by Ian Woosnam with a remarkable round of 13 under par!