Copthorne Golf Club was founded in 1892 but the course in play today is a meld of old and new. Heathland in style, this is one of Sussex’s unsung venues and host to important county and regional championships.
Located at the “gateway to the Highlands”, Crieff Golf Club is surrounded by dramatic scenery with views over the Strathearn Valley.
Croham Hurst Golf Club was Frederick George Hawtree’s inaugural design, which he laid out in cooperation with James Braid in 1912. Situated near Croydon, it remains a highly respected members’ course.
Located a mere five miles to the northeast of Glasgow city centre, the parkland course at Crow Wood Golf Club is a James Braid design from 1925, which the five-time Open champion laid out within the Garnkirk Estate.
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club's East golf course was designed by the great James Braid, and it’s set amongst 1,000 acres of rolling, wooded parkland.
On the outskirts of Dundee, lies Downfield Golf Club, a lovely James Braid-designed parkland course little known outside Scotland.
Drumpellier Golf Club was established in 1894 and its founding members had the good sense to commission Willie Fernie, the 1883 Open Champion, to layout their undulating parkland course.
Dunbar Golf Club is laid out on a narrow strip of land with the best holes hugging the rocky coastline affording resplendent views across the North Sea to Bass Rock, a huge volcanic lump rising up out of the water.
Dundalk Golf Club has undergone several design changes over the years. James Braid modified the course and then Dave Thomas upgraded it.
Dunstable Downs Golf Club is set spectacularly on high ground with holes routed over free-draining, chalky ground. Renowned for its hard and fast greens this golf course is indeed “A Breath of Fresh Air”.