J.H.Taylor laid out the original 18 holes at Fulwell Golf Club in 1904. After World War II, John Morrison reconfigured the fairways, forming the new course by incorporating ten holes from the former ladies layout.
Gleneagles is the perfect setting for a game of golf and the King’s course is surely the best moorland track in the world.
Located close to the centre of the charming spa town of Harrogate, the golf club has been in existence since 1892 but it was five years later before a course came into play...
The International course at the London Golf Club is a high-class accompaniment to the Jack Nicklaus designed Heritage course.
With four of the very best golf course architects having left their distinguished marks on Longniddry Golf Club, it is a rather special place to play golf.
Lundin Golf Club has a bit of everything: burns, blind drives, out-of-bounds, a nimiety of bunkers (many of which are deep and punishing), the ever-present wind and truly excellent greens.
Stretching out beyond 7,000 yards from the tips, the Dave Thomas-designed course at Mottram Hall is a serious test for golfers of all abilities.
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.
Renowned for its firm, fast greens, strategic bunkering and racecourse setting, Northumberland Golf Club has played host to the Dunlop Masters and the English Amateur Championship.
The charming course at Pannal Golf Club enjoys lovely views over the North Yorkshire moors and on a clear day to York Minster.