Pwllheli Golf Club is unique... park-like and links-like. The clubhouse is so close to the sea that it's almost a boathouse.
There is a hint of Gleneagles at Ranfurly Castle Golf Club, a mixture of heathland and moorland holes. A hidden gem if ever there was one.
Ratho Park Golf Club is laid out on a compact site bounded on two sides by the Union Canal, virtually shielded from the outside world by mature trees surrounding the property...
Billed as Britain’s most northerly 18-hole links course, the layout at Reay Golf Club was established in 1893 but it fell into decline during World War II, only to re-emerge stronger than ever in the early 1960s.
Rhyl offers an old-fashioned links golf experience with generous fairways and greens that are firm, fast and well protected by bunkers.
Romford Golf Club was founded in 1894 and this six-time Open Championship Regional Qualifying course was described by Bernard Darwin as “neither short nor easy”.
Rotherham Golf Club is a majestic parkland course that is set in the delightful undulating grounds of the Thrybergh Estate which was notably mentioned in the Domesday Book.
The Balgownie at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club is a traditional out and back links course running along the shore of the North Sea and it has one of the finest first nine holes in golf.
Undoubtedly the 17th century Eltham Lodge is a worthy and fitting clubhouse for Royal Blackheath Golf Club, providing a decorous ambiance for such a historic club, and the course is enjoying a 21st century renaissance.
Known as the Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh since 1929, the club proudly takes its role in the history and tradition of golf very seriously...