Massereene Golf Club was formed back in 1895 so members have enjoyed playing in a lovely parkland setting on the shores of Lough Neagh for over one hundred years.
There are two golf courses at Monifieth but it's the Medal course that's used as an Open qualifying venue when the Open is played at nearby Carnoustie.
Founded in 1903, Newport Golf Club is one of the best parkland courses in South Wales and it’s set some 300-feet above sea level among the birch, beech and oak trees of the Llwyni Wood.
The West Links at North Berwick Golf Club is an immensely enjoyable golf course, located on the Firth of Forth with stunning sea views across to Craigleith Island and Bass Rock.
North Wales is not only a test of ability but it also allows the golfer to relax and enjoy the exhilarating air and the magnificent scenery of the North Wales coast.
If Northamptonshire County Golf Club was located closer to London, it would not only be well known, but maybe a regular ranking contender for our English Top 100.
Designed by big John Jacobs, Northop Golf & Country Club was the first club in Wales to play host to a European Challenge Tour event (2003).
There is a gentle beginning on Panmure Golf Club's Open Qualifying course before it opens up beyond the pine forest.
Situated above the picturesque Lake District town of Penrith, this wonderful moorland layout dates back to 1890 when Penrith Golf Club set out the original nine holes around an oval racecourse.
The Strand course at Portstewart Golf Club is exhilarating. Set amidst imposing, gigantic sand dunes with panoramic views across the Atlantic mouth of Lough Foyle to the Inishowen peninsula beyond.