Royal Wimbledon Golf Club is a jewel in the heart of London. A delightful peaceful course with fairways lined with mature oak, chestnut and silver birch trees, with a little gorse thrown in for good measure.
The 12-hole layout at Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club is one of the most unusual courses featured on this website, a links that has reached true cult status.
Featuring a wonderful closing stretch of holes along Long Island Sound, the course at Shorehaven Golf Club is one of Willie Park Junior's final American projects, co-designing the layout with Robert White, the first PGA President.
Formed in 1899, Shuttle Meadow Country Club engaged Willie Park Jr. to set out its course just before the end of the Great War. Nestled within a 400-acre property, the course retains many of its original design traits.
It’s well worth the time (and the money) to get to Silloth on Solway Golf Club and once you get here, you won’t want to leave...
Founded in 1899 and originally designed by Willie Park Junior, South Herts Golf Club was home to Harry Vardon who was Professional and Head Greenkeeper here for 37 years.
Over time, sand has blown up from the seashore, coming to rest on the rolling slopes and giving the turf at Southerndown Golf Club a rather links-like character.
Designed by Willie Park Junior in 1908, Stoneham Golf Club is set in a delightful, historical deer park which was originally planted by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
Situated close to the English capital, the West course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club is a fine parkland layout that offers sweeping views of some prominent London landmarks to the north.
The Old course at Sunningdale is one of the British Isles’ most aesthetically pleasing inland courses. Arguably, it was the first truly great golf course to be built on the magical Surrey/Berkshire sand-belt.