Glencruitten Golf Club is located at the "Gateway to the Islands" and it’s a James Braid gem nestled among the hills of the Glencruitten Estate.
Gleneagles is the perfect setting for a game of golf and the King’s course is surely the best moorland track in the world.
The Queen’s course is the pretty little sister at the Gleneagles Hotel. She’s only short course but she's exquisitely delicate and stunningly beautiful.
Golspie Golf Club is a vintage seaside course with a varied and enjoyable mix of links, heathland and parkland holes.
The original Goodwood downland golf course was designed by James Braid. It now measures 7,100 yards but you'll need to befriend a member to play here.
Founded in 1890 on land named Goswick (Goose Farm) by the Romans, Berwick-upon-Tweed Golf Club (now renamed Goswick Golf Club) boasts views of the North Sea and to the south, Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle.
Grange Golf Club is renowned as one of the best parkland courses in Dublin with its 400-yard par four 18th hole as good a closing hole as any in Ireland.
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is the perfect foil to a round at nearby Boat of Garten with both venues sharing the same spectacular mountain scenery.
If you’re looking for something completely different, Halifax Golf Club, known locally as Ogden, is a rather extreme Alister MacKenzie and James Braid design that's laid out over rugged and very hilly moorland a couple of miles north of the minster town.
Formed in 1872, Hamilton Golf Club moved to its present location on the outskirts of the town in 1925 when James Braid was enlisted to lay out a new course for the members.