St Enodoc Golf Club is certainly a quixotic and rather hilly links course, set amidst towering sand dunes clad with tufts of wild sea grasses.
Downland in character with good turf, Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club has an interesting variety of green complexes and the course busts into life at the par four 5th with its greensite benched into the hillside behind a gaping chasm.
Situated on an escarpment beside Loch Ryan, Stranraer Golf Club is laid out on former farmland with many stands of mature trees.
Situated close to the English capital, the West course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club is a fine parkland layout that offers sweeping views of some prominent London landmarks to the north.
The golf course at Taymouth Castle closed to members and visitors in August 2011 following approval to restore and remodel the James Braid-designed layout. It's not yet known when the course will re-open.
Tenby Golf Club is situated on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, affording superb views across to one of the UK’s most fascinating and holiest of islands.
The Mere Golf Resort & Spa is an underrated layout. Home to the annual Howard Keel Celebrity-Am and sometimes described as the "Wentworth of the north".
Laid out on sandy soil within the Breckland Forest amongst pine, oak and birch, Thetford Golf Club is not only a wonderful place to play golf but also it’s a serious challenge.
One of James Braid’s earliest designs, the original 9-hole course at Theydon Bois Golf Club opened for play in 1898. Seventy-three years then passed before Fred Hawtree added another nine, leaving the Braid holes virtually intact.
Thorpeness Golf Club is laid out on predominantly sandy soil so, in a similar vein to nearby Aldeburgh, is a natural maritime heathland golf course...