There is an overwhelming feeling of spaciousness at Hankley Common, so much so that it seems plausible that a second or third course could be intertwined between the existing 18 holes.
Within five years of its formation in 1907 as a private golfing retreat, Harewood Downs Golf Club was the home club of two Prime Ministers, seventeen Lords, nine Barons and Knights, a couple of Generals and a variety of parliamentarians.
Hartlepool Golf Club is located on the coast to the north of Hartlepool and this par 70 course bears the design stamp of James Braid who reworked some of the holes between the dunes.
The complex at Hawkstone Park Golf Club extends to forty two holes – featuring the 18-hole Hawkstone and Championship courses and a 6-hole par three layout...
Measuring a modest 6,080 yards from the back tees, the pleasantly undulating parkland course at Hayston Golf Club has been described as the hidden gem of Kirkintilloch.
Helensburgh Golf Club’s original 9-hole course was set out by Old Tom Morris in 1893 but club professional Tom Turnbull quickly expanded the number of holes to 18 by 1905.
Founded in 1907 and set close to Henley-on-Thames, James Braid originally laid out the course at Henley Golf Club where safe negotiation of the six par threes is key to carding a score on this testing parkland track.
The James Braid-designed Hilton course is the big sister course to the Allander at Hilton Park Golf Club and both 18-hole circuits are laid out over rolling moorland to the north west of Glasgow.
Established in 1914 and designed by James Braid, Hockley Golf Club is set on free draining chalk where there are fine views of the ancient heritage city of Winchester from its downland fairways.
The delightful heathland course at Holyhead Golf Club is tucked away on Holy Island, in the very north west corner of Wales...