The parkland course at Torquay Golf Club climbs to high ground affording panoramic views over Dartmoor and Lyme Bay. Nick Faldo won a Pro-Am here as a young 17-year-old, claiming his first pay cheque as a professional.
With the Slieve Bloom Mountains as a backdrop, Tullamore Golf Club is a classic parkland course measuring 6,428 yards from the back markers.
Founded in 1905, Verulam Golf Club, a James Braid-designed parkland course, rewards patience and accuracy. Samuel Ryder was an early club member, so Verulam is synonymous with the Ryder Cup.
James Braid laid out the course at Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club atop the white cliffs between Deal and Dover. In 1964, Roger Game became the first golfer in Britain to ace two successive holes here at #7 and #8. The club celebrated its centenary in 2009.
The Warren Golf Club is set on narrow promontory which is also a National Nature Reserve. This is the only true links course on Devon’s south coast and it’s a natural beauty.
Inaugurated in 1912, the hilly parkland course at Waterford Golf Club is the work of two great architects who between them won seven Open titles. Willie Park Jr. designed the front nine and James Braid the back.
If you like old-fashioned golf with pulpit greens, ditches, greenside swales, the occasional blind shot and gorse lining almost every fairway then Welshpool Golf Club is for you!
James Braid originally laid out the parkland course at Wenvoe Castle Golf Club within the scenic heart of the Vale of Glamorgan, where two loops of nine holes return to an impressive 18th Century Mansion House.
Founded in 1900 and affectionately known as “The West”, West Essex Golf Club is a challenging 6,289-yard parkland course that James Braid routed through the glorious Epping Forest.
West Kilbride Golf Club really gets the pulse racing around the turn with a nice loop of holes.