Owned by the National Trust but maintained by staff at Dunstanburgh Castle, the links has been used for golf since 1900, when a 9-hole course was first established.
Golf has been played at Ealing for more than 100 years but some say Ealing Golf Club is still the best kept secret in West London.
Routed around Hamels Mansion, the rolling fairways at the venerable East Herts Golf Club are flanked by majestic, mature trees which make this a delightful parkland course.
The East Renfrewshire Golf Club, or ‘East Ren’ as it is known was established in 1922 and the great James Braid designed the course.
Edzell Golf Club is located at the Gateway to the Grampians... it's one of Scotland's lesser-known golfing delights.
“Enfield Golf Club is a course with an old-fashioned feel to it,” wrote authors John F. Moreton and Iain Cumming. “The brook affects eight holes, the land is undulating, and steeply up and down, the greens are often on slopes and the bunkering is testing.”
Erskine Golf Club is a wonderful parkland layout with an impressive design pedigree – Willie Fernie, Alister MacKenzie and James Braid have all left their mark on the course – and it lies on the south bank of the River Clyde.
Exeter Golf and Country Club boasts not only a grand Georgian clubhouse but also a 6,023-yard James Braid-designed course which was laid out in 1929.
Fairhaven Golf Club is a tough inland links course, formerly used as an Open Championship Qualifier when the Open was held at Royal Lytham & St Annes.
Originally laid out by Peter Robinson in 1922 and later modified by James Braid, the parkland course at Falkirk Golf Club is a challenge, especially from the yellow tees where par for the course reduces from 71 to 69.