Located a mile or so to the northwest of Barnet, Dyrham Park Country Club is set majestically in a 200-acre Hertfordshire estate that dates back to Elizabethan times.
Laid across free-draining downland, Effingham Golf Club is an undiscovered Harry Colt-designed course that occupies a generous 264-acre site from where there are panoramic views of the London skyline…
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.
Fulford Golf Club will always be remembered for the tree-climbing exploits of Bernhard Langer in the 1981 Benson & Hedges International.
J.H.Taylor laid out the original 18 holes at Fulwell Golf Club in 1904. After World War II, John Morrison reconfigured the fairways, forming the new course by incorporating ten holes from the former ladies layout.
Furesø is a 27-hole facility, parkland in style, with many small ponds coming into play. The original 18-hole championship course comprises of the Farum and Hestkøbsgård nines.
Set out on the glacial moraine landscape to the north of Toronto, the course at Goodwood Golf Club is a new millennium layout that was conceived by the late Canadian entrepreneur Gordon Stollery as a private golfing retreat...
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.
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.
Harleyford Golf Club enjoys a lovely setting on the north bank of the River Thames, where the fairways nestle in a generous 160-acre tract, close to the impressive Georgian Manor House and its riverside moorings.