Blackmoor Golf Club is sandwiched between the North and South Downs at the western end of the glorious sand belt, which cuts swathe through Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.
East Devon Golf Club is absolutely enchanting, the course is laid out on high ground, 400 feet above the sea, close to the clifftops, where one can drink in the most spectacular views in golf.
Stoke Park is surely one of the finest parkland golf courses in the South of England. With no heather here, the main line of defence is the abundance of huge stately trees and Colt’s clever design.
The course begins in pleasant suburbia and immediately the scene is set – accurate driving is the order of the day at Seacroft Golf Club.
Huntercombe Golf Club is just far enough removed from London to have effectively become an historical footnote in golf architecture.
The Brabazon course at The Belfry doesn’t need introducing. This course has played host to more Ryder Cups than any other course on the planet – four in total.
The vistas from the Isle of Purbeck are breathtaking, for the golf club is positioned on a high heathland plateau and the 360-degree panorama continually interrupts one’s concentration.
Kyle Philips has done a neat job, using the natural contours of the land in an understated way to create The Grove...a discerning golf course.
Sheringham Golf Club is located high on the clifftops on an undulating thin sliver of land, which is wedged between the North Sea cliff edge and the North Norfolk Railway.
Camberley Heath Golf Club is a Harry Colt gem and many of the master architect’s original design features remain intact...