Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, or Deal as it is somtimes called, is an absolute brute of a links course. Its back nine, or rather the last seven holes, are relentless...
Founded in 1774, Royal Musselburgh is one of the oldest golf clubs in the world. The baronial clubhouse contains plenty of interesting golfing memorabilia.
Royal Troon is a traditional out and back links course. On a clear day, you can see the distant Ailsa Craig in the south, and to the west, the majestic mountains on the Isle of Arran.
A round at this James Braid-designed course at Scarborough North Cliff Golf Club starts out on the cliff tops, moves away from the coast into woodland then returns to the cliffs for the last three holes.
Scotscraig Golf Club is situated close to the sea, but it's more heathland in character than links. The course plays over undulating terrain and is used for Open Qualifying when the Open is at St Andrews.
Tom Dunn laid out Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club’s original 9-hole course in 1900 but, two years later, James Braid was called in to add another nine holes.
James Braid’s Sherborne Golf Club is set majestically on undulating ground with glorious views over Blackmore Vale. It’s a charming course and a polished gem.
Sherwood Forest Golf Club is set on a Site of Special Scientific Interest because it contains the largest area of low-lying heathland in the Midlands.
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.
Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club is a relative youngster and it is set amongst exhilarating dunes and tangly heather.