Gog Magog isn't the biblical final opponent of Israel, nor is it located in the heart of Wales, it's Cambridgeshire's favourite golf club...
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.
Founded in 1890 on land named Goswick (Goose Farm) by the Romans, Berwick-upon-Tweed Golf Club (now renamed Goswick Golf Club) boasts views of the North Sea and to the south, Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle.
Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is the perfect foil to a round at nearby Boat of Garten with both venues sharing the same spectacular mountain scenery.
Many prefer the No.2 at Gullane Golf Club to No.1 - it's a course of great variety and challenge...it was used for Open Championship Qualifying in 1980.
Despite its meagre yardage, the No.3 course at Gullane Golf Club will test the best golfers. It's certainly a gem and excellent value too.
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.
Formed in 1898, Hot Springs Country Club offers its members two well-established 18-hole golf layouts. The Park (formerly known as the Majestic) was first to appear in 1920 and it’s a solid Willie Park Junior course which is not short of admirers.
Huntercombe Golf Club is just far enough removed from London to have effectively become an historical footnote in golf architecture.
The Bleu and Blanc nines at the 27-hole Club de golf Islesmere were laid out by Willie Park Junior back in 1919 and this fine old course has hosted both the Canadian Open (in 1959) and Canadian Women’s Open (in 1987).