Gorleston Golf Club, the easternmost course in the UK, moved to its current site in 1913, calling in Willie Park Jr. to fashion a new 18-hole layout, and he was assisted by James Hepburn, the pro at Home Park in Richmond.
Guildford Golf Club was founded in 1886 and here on the North Downs at Merrow you’ll find the oldest golf course in Surrey. Measuring a mere 6,160 yards, Guildford isn't long but it’s tough to play to handicap.
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.
Fred G. Hawtree and J.H. Taylor designed the current parkland course at Harpenden Golf Club in 1931. For a number of years, this challenging 6,377-yard layout hosted the regional finals of the Lombard Trophy.
The 18-hole Willows course was originally designed in 1922 by F.G. Hawtree and J.H. Taylor, and it's the premier layout at the 27-hole Hartsbourne Country Club here in Hertfordshire's leafy Bushey Heath.
Hayling Golf Club is set upon a Site of Special Scientific Interest, on the South West peninsular of Hayling Island.
With stunning views over Salisbury Plain, High Post Golf Club – founded in 1922 – is an intriguing downland golf course that is named after the site of an ancient gallows-pole.
The front nine at Hindhead Golf Club is laid out through heather strewn Ice Age valleys and the back nine plays on a heathland plateau.
Founded in 1905, Knowle Golf Club moved to its present location twenty years later so the current course is a long-established parkland layout that measures just over 6,000 yards from the back markers.
Golf de la Nivelle dates back to 1907 when J.H. Taylor, five-time Open champion, laid out a course on a hilly site between the Atlantic fishing village of Saint-Jean-de-Luz and the Pyrénées for the founding members.