Caldy Golf Club has a delightful mix of seaside and inland holes. It provides a good test for the low handicapper and is enjoyable for the average golfer.
Cardross Golf Club enjoys an early growing season and is often in tiptop condition at the beginning of the year before other courses in the area.
Carnoustie is a big natural seaside golf links and the Championship course is considered to be one of the most difficult in the British Isles.
Moorland in nature, Cathkin Braes Golf Club’s course sits more than 650 feet above Rutherglen, to the south east of the city of Glasgow, and it offers fantastic views across to the Campsie Hills.
Routed over gently undulating parkland with mature trees in abundance, the courses at Cawder Golf Club are amongst the very best 36-hole golf facilities in west central Scotland.
Featuring back-to-back par threes on both nines, the small but perfectly formed layout at Chislehurst Golf Club is an old-fashioned Tom Dunn design that dates back to 1894.
Church Stretton Golf Club is the oldest 18-hole layout in the county of Shropshire and is also the third highest golf course in the UK. The course here offers golfers fantastic views across Stretton valley to the east and there's some testing golf too.
Undeniably, Clitheroe Golf Club is one of the best inland courses in Lancashire and there are some fine holes to be played here.
Colchester Golf Club was founded in 1907 and the gently undulating parkland course at Braiswick is the handiwork of the prolific James Braid.
The course at Colville Park Golf Club was originally gifted to the employees of the Dalzell Iron and Steel Works by the Colville family as a recreational facility for the steelworkers.