Royal North Devon Golf Club, or should we say Westward Ho! This nostalgic and monumental links course fits firmly into the “must-play” category.
Situated adjacent to the Old course, the New course at St Andrews is often referred to as the local’s favourite because it is tighter and more defined than the Old.
No other course has hosted more Opens than the Old Course at St Andrews. Its 29th Open and the 144th Open Championship returned “to the Home of Golf” in 2015.
Routed over the ancient royal hunting grounds of Kings Park, beside the historic castle of Stirling, the fairways of the fine old course of Stirling Golf Club were redesigned by Sir Henry Cotton in the mid-1960s.
Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club was founded in 1888 and the course is located on hills in the Cromartie Estate, just outside the centre of the village.
Overlooking the Dornoch Firth, Tain Golf Club arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf. With sea on one side and the backdrop of the mountains behind.
Thornhill is the golf club where professional Andrew Coltart honed his golf game in his formative years and the course is a delightful mix of heathland and parkland holes.
Wallasey Golf Club, world famous as the "Home of Stableford". An undiluted links course with its undulating fairways framed with spectacular dunes.
Established in 1890, West Herts Golf Club is one of Hertfordshire’s oldest clubs. According to Bernard Darwin, “a fine day at Cassiobury comes within measurable distance of heaven”.
West Kilbride Golf Club really gets the pulse racing around the turn with a nice loop of holes.