Situated a few miles north of Calverton, Oakmere Park Golf Club has been operating since the early 1970s, when architect Frank Pennink laid out 27 holes across a wonderfully rolling heathland landscape.
Founded in 1920, Prestbury Golf Club has matured and developed into a fine parkland course - it's a real Cheshire jewel.
Measuring 3,618 yards from the tips, the re-imagined Himalayas nine is considered by many to be the best of the three loops at Prince’s Golf Club. According to Tony Jacklin, the 7th hole is “the best par three in golf that doesn’t have a bunker”.
Rather like Moor Park’s West course, the Coronation layout at the Royal Automobile Club’s Woodcote Park property is the friendlier understudy to the club’s main Old course.
It’s classically British at Woodcote Park at the exclusive Royal Automobile Club. Herbert Fowler originally designed the RAC's Old golf course and it offers a lovely parkland challenge in the heart of Surrey.
Redtail is an exclusive course in Port Stanley, south of London, Ontario. Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie designed it at the behest of two London businessmen, who wanted their own, private golfing playground.
Founded in 1881, Royal Belfast is Ireland's oldest golf club and there are panoramic views across Belfast Lough from this delightful park course.
Royal Colombo Golf Club was founded in 1879, achieving its royal title from King George V in 1928. The club moved to its present location in 1896 when Sir Joseph West Ridgeway gifted a sufficient acreage of farmland for the use of the members.
Founded in 1898, København (Royal Copenhagen) is the oldest golf club in Scandinavia and since 1899 the layout has been routed across part of the unique Dyrehaven nature reserve.
Mackenzie & Ebert carried out a significant redesign of the Annesley links in 2015, adding three new holes around the turn in the northeast corner of the property.