Arguably the Wentworth Club is the best 54-hole inland golfing destination in the whole of Britain and the Edinburgh course is an unsung gem.
West Surrey Golf Club is one of Surrey’s quintessential gems, shaped by Herbert Fowler. It's set in rolling, well wooded and park-like surroundings with the added bonus of charming rural views.
The course at Farnham Golf Club is a smooth blend of parkland and heathland with fine views towards the Hog’s Back. With smallish greens and a healthy 6,608 yards from the back tees, Farnham rewards accurate approach play.
Laid across free-draining downland, Effingham Golf Club is an undiscovered Harry Colt-designed course that occupies a generous 264-acre site from where there are panoramic views of the London skyline…
Established in 1929 and designed by Harry Colt, Cuddington Golf Club is set on fast-running and free-draining downland. Located inside the M25, it’s one of Surrey’s best-kept secrets.
Burhill Golf Club, set in rolling Surrey parkland, was once the home of the Duchess of Wellington and has been restored to its former Georgian splendour.
Established in 1895, 9-hole Reigate Heath Golf Club was described by Peter Alliss as “a little gem” when he featured the course for his 80s BBC TV show ‘Around with Alliss'.
Likened by some to the Old course at Sunningdale, the Longcross golf course at the 45-hole Foxhills Resort partners the club’s Bernard Hunt course. The Longcross is a lovely tree-lined layout that requires accuracy and should not be underestimated.
Originally named Bleakdown, the course at West Byfleet Golf Club was designed by the Scottish professional Cuthbert Butchart in the early 1900s. Although it only stretches to 6,197 yards, it’s still a wonderful test for proficient golfers.
Co-designed by David McLay Kidd and Tom Watson, the Beaverbrook golf course at Cherkley Court quietly opened its tees for play in late September 2016.