Make no mistake – this is exciting golf. The lovely course at the Boat of Garten Golf & Tennis Club wends its way, up and down, through heather, whin, pine and birch.
Boyce Hill Golf Club, as the name implies, is one of the hilliest courses in Essex where you’ll be presented with plenty of awkward stances and fine views. Playing to handicap on this charming 6,003-yard parkland course is more difficult than it may seem.
Offering wonderful views across the Surrey Hills, the beautiful parkland course at Bramley Golf Club is a James Braid remodel from 1935.
Brampton Golf Club was once described as the "Jewel of Cumbria" and likened by some to Gleneagles.
Set at altitude of nearly 900 feet, Broadway Golf Club affords some of the finest Cotswold views imaginable across the Vale of Evesham to the distant Malvern Hills on a clear day.
Founded in 1906, the parkland course at Broomieknowe Golf Club was originally laid out by Ben Sayers and then refashioned by James Braid in 1932.
Brora Golf Club is a fine, natural seaside links. A Highland delicacy to be tasted alongside Royal Dornoch. Brora is one of the jewels in James Braid's crown.
Buchanan Castle Golf Club features many fairways which are framed by two tall trees at around 200 yards, or where Braid doglegs start to turn at this distance...
Founded in 1889 the 6,055-yard course at Bungay & Waveney Valley Golf Club is routed across Bungay Common, an ideal site for golf. James Braid remodelled the layout in 1901 and little has changed since.
Bush Hill Park Golf Club was founded in 1895 and the modern day layout only extends to a modest 5,776 yards from the back tees, but length isn’t the course's most potent protector of par...