Dunbar Golf Club is laid out on a narrow strip of land with the best holes hugging the rocky coastline affording resplendent views across the North Sea to Bass Rock, a huge volcanic lump rising up out of the water.
Members of Edgbaston Golf Club first played at Warley Woods then Harborne before finally settling at Edgbaston Park in 1936, where Harry Colt laid out the 18-hole course that’s still in play today.
Edzell Golf Club is located at the Gateway to the Grampians... it's one of Scotland's lesser-known golfing delights.
Founded in 1935, Enville Golf Club added a second layout in the mid 1980s – with the original 18 holes renamed as the Highgate course.
Fairhaven Golf Club is a tough inland links course, formerly used as an Open Championship Qualifier when the Open was held at Royal Lytham & St Annes.
Formby is the prettiest of the eight top-notch links courses located between the seaside town of St Annes and the city of Liverpool. It is bordered on three sides by pine trees, giving the links a decidedly softer, heathland feel.
Formby Ladies Golf Club is set amidst the pine trees and sand dunes that characterise this part of the Lancashire landscape, the course lies in the heart of the Formby Golf Club – and yes, men are welcome to play here.
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...
Gullane Golf Club is blessed with the most exquisite turf – winter rules are not needed here. If you hit the No.1 course fairways, a perfect lie awaits, even in the depths of winter.
Helensburgh Golf Club’s original 9-hole course was set out by Old Tom Morris in 1893 but club professional Tom Turnbull quickly expanded the number of holes to 18 by 1905.