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.
North Hants - home of Justin Rose. A delightful undulating heathland course, touched by the hands of numerous great architects.
Founded in 1890 on land named Goswick (Goose Farm) by the Romans, Berwick-upon-Tweed Golf Club (now renamed Goswick Golf Club) boasts views of the North Sea and to the south, Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle.
Hadley Wood Golf Club plays across majestic, undulating parkland. This challenging Open Qualifying Course was designed by the great Alister MacKenzie in 1922.
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.
The Duchess is the shortest and prettiest of the three courses at Woburn Golf Club. Major competitions, accolades and honours are heaped on the Duke's and Marquess courses, but the Duchess is lovely in its own right...
The enchanting Ashridge Golf Club is set amongst thousands of acres of National Trust-owned woodland. The scene is set as you drive to the clubhouse.
Cavendish Golf Club is an undulating and partially wooded layout set within the Duke of Devonshire's estate. This MacKenzie course offers wonderful views over the Peak District.
Designed by the great architect J.F. Abercromby in 1924, the unique Knole Park Golf Club has been described as an inland links.
The bunkerless course of Piltdown Golf Club was founded in 1904 and is laid out on common land where Nature’s heathery hazards are sufficiently challenging for even the best golfers.