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West Hill Golf Club, Woking, Surrey

West Hill is one of the many superb courses in the Surrey-Hampshire-Berkshire golf belt featuring an abundance of heather and mature trees. The scenic course was founded in 1909 by Mrs Marguerite Lubbock for her new husband Geoffrey. At 6,350 yards... more

Isle of Purbeck Golf Club

6 Studland, Swanage

Isle of Purbeck Golf Club, 6 Studland, Swanage, Dorset

One of the most scenic courses in the South West, set in the Purbeck Hills high above Poole Harbour, Old Harry Rock and Sandbanks, the views over the water are stunning and distracting. The panorama from the downhill par four fifth green is the... more

Kingussie Golf Club

Gynack Road, Kingussie

Kingussie Golf Club, Gynack Road, Kingussie, Highland

Kingussie has spectacular views of the Cairngorms but it's not that difficult to walk with a couple of climbs at the fourth and eighth. The fairways are wide and while the River Gynack comes into play on some holes and the greens are superb. It's not... more

Sunningdale Golf Club (New)

Ridgemount Road, Sunningdale, Ascot

Sunningdale Golf Club (New), Ridgemount Road, Ascot, Berkshire

Sunningdale New course was created by Harry Colt in 1923 to cater for the increasing needs of members and is friendlier than the established original layout. It is more open, encourages driving and the trees do not encroach the fairways as much. ... more

Liphook Golf Club

Wheatsheaf Enclosure, Liphook

Liphook Golf Club, Wheatsheaf Enclosure, Liphook, Hampshire

Liphook can sometimes appear to resemble an inland links in the height of summer when the ground starts to firm up and plays shorter, but in reality it is a heathland gem. Set out over 6,167-yards, par 70, the start is difficult with a 200-yard par... more

Telford Hotel & Golf Resort

Great Hay Drive, Sutton Heights, Telford

Telford Hotel & Golf Resort, Great Hay Drive, Telford, Shropshire

Telford Hotel embraces a well-maintained, tree-lined 6,741-yard par 72 course designed in 170 acres close to the Shropshire’s Severn Gorge by John Harris and Brian Griffiths in 1976. On-going improvements, including considerable drainage work,... more

The Duke's St Andrews

Craigtoun, St Andrews

The Duke's St Andrews, Craigtoun, St Andrews, Fife

The Duke's, owned and managed by the Old Course Hotel, is a lush, heathland golf course perched on the hillside just a few minutes from the hotel. Noted in Golf World's Top 100 Courses in the UK, this championship 18-hole course has magnificent... more

Alwoodley Golf Club

Wigton Lane, Alwoodley, Leeds

Alwoodley Golf Club, Wigton Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Alwoodley Golf Club is one of several famous clubs based on the northern stretch of Leeds. It was founded in 1907 and was the first course designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie whose other masterpieces included Augusta National and Cypress Point in... more

Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort

Ermine Street, Broughton, Brigg

Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort, Ermine Street, Brigg, Lincolnshire

Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort is one of the most interesting and challenging courses in the UK. The course twists and turns through pines and into open heathland with three loops of nine holes. Come and experience for yourselves why Forest Pines... more

The Berkshire Golf Club (Red)

Swinley Road, Ascot

The Berkshire Golf Club (Red), Swinley Road, Ascot, Berkshire

Some favour the 6,139-yard par 72 Red course that has six par threes, six fours and six fives, but the entire 36-hole complex at The Berkshire is a joy offering great variety where accuracy is rewarded. Set deep in the Bracknell Forest the courses... more

Ladybank Golf Club

Annsmuir, Ladybank, Cupar

Ladybank Golf Club, Annsmuir, Cupar, Fife

Ladybank is regularly used as a Open Championship Final Qualifying venue when The Open is at St Adndrews (and again in 2010) and it's a course where accuracy is vital because of the small firm and fast greens. The fairways are relatively flat and... more

Piltdown Golf Club

Piltdown, Uckfield

Piltdown Golf Club, Piltdown, Uckfield, East Sussex

Piltdown Gold Club in East Sussex is close to Uckfield and was founded in 1904. The terrain is fairly level but the narrow fairways; small greens and an abundance of heather and gorse make for challenging golf. The Clubhouse was extensively enhanced... more

Worplesdon Golf Club

Heath House Road, Woking

Worplesdon Golf Club, Heath House Road, Woking, Surrey

Worplesdon is another quality Surrey heather-gorse-and fir tree course that makes the area such a golfing paradise. It has changed little since F J Abercromby produced the plans in 1907. The par threes are a feature – the 139-yard tenth demanding a... more

Aldeburgh Golf Club, Aldeburgh, Suffolk

The original Aldeburgh Golf Club course was designed in 1884 by John Thompson from Royal Wimbledon and Open champion Willie Fernie from Felixstowe and later modified by J.H. Taylor and Willie Park Junior. Taylor’s bunkers are visible today,... more

Remedy Oak

Horton Road, Woodlands

Remedy Oak, Horton Road, Woodlands, Dorset

Remedy Oak offers the opportunity to be amongst the 400 exclusive members to play potentially one of the finest courses in Southern England. Located near Horton in Dorset, this classic championship golf course nestles within 256 acres of ancient... more

Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club

Off Chapel Lane, Forest Row

Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, Off Chapel Lane, Forest Row, East Sussex

Royal Ashdown Forest opened in 1889 as the Ashdown Forest & Tunbridge Wells Golf Club and “Tunbridge Wells” was dropped when Queen Victoria bestowed royal patronage in 1893. Originally less than 5,000 yards it was gradually lengthened to its present... more

Ganton Golf Club

Ganton Golf Club Ltd, Station Road, Ganton, Scarborough

Ganton Golf Club, Ganton Golf Club Ltd, Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Golf was first played at Ganton, in the Vale of Pickering between York and Scarborough, in 1891 on a former inlet from the North Sea and the natural sandy subsoil was an ideal place to develop a course. Ganton has hosted a succession of major amateur... more

Gleneagles (King's)

Auchterarder

Gleneagles (King's), Auchterarder, Perth & Kinross

James Braid fashioned the Gleneagles Hotel King's course that opened in 1919 set in the splendour of the Perthshire hills in Scotland. It has matured into one of the best moorland lay-outs in Scotland with majestic views of the Ochil Hills, Ben... more

Beau Desert Golf Club

Rugeley Road, Hazel Slade, Cannock

Beau Desert Golf Club, Rugeley Road, Cannock, Staffordshire

Beau Desert - 'Beautiful Wilderness' - bordering Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, is a classic Midlands course created by land owner the Marquess of Anglesey and completed by architect Herbert Fowler in 1911. It has developed into a magnificent... more

Notts Golf Club

Derby Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottingham

Notts Golf Club, Derby Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

One of the finest examples of heathland golf, Hollinwell is frequently used for major amateur competitions and has hosted the John Player Classic and the Haig, won by Nick Faldo. The pick of what is a long course, which is over 7,000 yards, has to... more

Longcliffe Golf Club

Snells Nook Lane, Nanpantan, Loughborough

Longcliffe Golf Club, Snells Nook Lane, Loughborough, Leicestershire

Longcliffe is set on the lower slopes of Charnwood Forest and is covered in silver birch, oak, pine, beech, gorse and broom. An indication of it quality is that it has twice hosted the Curtis Cup team in preparation for their clash with the USA and... more

Hankley Common Golf Club

Tilford, Farnham

Hankley Common Golf Club, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey

Situated in seclusion on Surrey’s North Downs, a superb combination of links-like inland golf over heather-strewn land with a wide-open windswept appearance. Started as a nine-hole course in 1897, completed by James Braid 25 years later. Plays 6,702... more

Stoneham Golf Club

Monks Wood Close, Bassett, Southampton

Stoneham Golf Club, Monks Wood Close, Southampton, Hampshire

Designed by Willie Park Junior over 6392-yards, par 72, and opened in 1908 on an historic deer park, the hilly heathland and parkland terrain enabled the creation of a contrasting variety of holes. A number of long par fours add to the difficulty but... more

The Manchester Golf Club

Hopwood Cottage, Rochdale Road, Middleton, Manchester

The Manchester Golf Club, Hopwood Cottage, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Hopwood Park was designed by Harry Colt and is a superb mix of parkland and moorland. It measures 6,490 yards and is divided by a wide ravine with a brook winding through it and there are innumerable gullies. There are three holes of 500 yards and... more

Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club

The Fairway, Lake, Sandown

Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club, The Fairway, Sandown, Hampshire

Shanklin is built on well draining heathland and is reckoned to be playable all year round. The course measures just over 6,000 yards, which is not long, but there are some strong slopes and gradients and with with tree-lined fairways and plenty of... more

Fulford Golf Club

Heslington Lane, York

Fulford Golf Club, Heslington Lane, York, North Yorkshire

Fulford will always be remembered for the Bernhard Langer third shot from the boughs of the ash tree on 17. The original course was designed by Alister Mackenzie and now has a length of almost 6,800 yards. Among the best holes on the outward nine is... more

Sherwood Forest Golf Club

Eakring Road, Mansfield

Sherwood Forest Golf Club, Eakring Road, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire

Sherwood Forest's reputation as one of the finest heathland courses in Britain is well deserved - it has staged many top amateur events including the 2006 England Boys Championships as well as being a regional qualifying course for the Open.... more

North Hants Golf Club

Minley Road, Fleet

North Hants Golf Club, Minley Road, Fleet, Hampshire

North Hants is a classic Hampshire-Surrey border course tucked among pine and silver birch trees, rhododendrons, heather, broom and gorse. Used as a regional qualifier for The Open, and home of the Hampshire Hog and the Hampshire Rose. Justin Rose... more

Parkstone Golf Club

49a Links Road, Poole

Parkstone Golf Club, 49a Links Road, Poole, Dorset

Parkstone, measuring 6,263 yards, par 72 demands keeping the ball straight or the penalty is thick heather rough that twists the club. Scots pines are a feature of a lovely course that offers glimpses of Poole Harbour. It has some excellent holes but... more

Worksop Golf Club

Windmill Lane, Worksop

Worksop Golf Club, Windmill Lane, Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Worksop is a classic English woodland course which has produced a number of top players, Lee Westwood among them. There are a number of superb holes on this testing layout, notably the dramatic dogleg ninth and 10th, two very long par fives. The... more

Walton Heath Golf Club

Deans Lane, Walton on the Hill, Tadworth

Walton Heath Golf Club, Deans Lane, Tadworth, Surrey

Walton Heath, whose captain was once Edward VIII, boast two courses, the Old and New, and has a links feel although set in the heart of Surrey. Heather borders the fairway and some carries over heather beds require length and accuracy. The new and... more

Wentworth Club (East)

Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water

Wentworth Club (East), Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey

Designed by Harry Colt in 1924, two years before the more famous West, it is an easier, more user-friendly course with exactly the same attractive characteristics, bellowed by members and visitors alike. The first unofficial Ryder Cup-like match took... more

West Sussex Golf Club

Golf Club Lane, Wiggonholt, Pulborough

West Sussex Golf Club, Golf Club Lane, Pulborough, West Sussex

Situated on the edge of the South Downs, the heathland West Sussex course was only created in 1930 but has become established as one of the leading venues in the South and maintains traditional standards. Although only spanning 6,200 yards, par 68,... more

The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort

1 St Andrews Drive, Glasgow

The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort, 1 St Andrews Drive, Glasgow, Glasgow City

Westerwood, measures 6,307 yards with a par of 71, designed by Seve Ballesteros and Dave Thomas, offers gorgeous views over the Campsie and Kilsyth Hills and is one of the most talked-about new courses in Scotland. Seve’s signature hole is the... more

Wentworth Club (West)

Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water

Wentworth Club (West), Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey

Wentworth’s West course is probably the most famous in Britain as it hosts the televised PGA Championship and World Matchplay each year. Constructed by Harry Colt in 1926, local resident Ernie Els toughened it in 2006 by introducing new bunkers and... more

The Berkshire Golf Club (Blue)

Swinley Road, Ascot

The Berkshire Golf Club (Blue), Swinley Road, Ascot, Berkshire

Be aware of the tough start to the 6,260-yard par 71 Blue – a monster 217-yard par three to a distant green that lies beyond a heather-covered valley. Other memorable holes include the 199-yard tenth and the imposing 452-yard 16th – one of a testing... more

Frilford Heath Golf Club, Abingdon, Oxfordshire

One of the few clubs to boast 54 holes of a high standard, Frilford Heath has two courses of classic heathland and a third course which a links feel. The front nine of the main course are particularly challenging with the best sequence the fifth to... more

Boat of Garten Golf Club

Nethybridge Road, Boat of Garten

Boat of Garten Golf Club, Nethybridge Road, Boat of Garten, Highland

Described as the hidden gem of the Highlands in an Alps-like setting, James Braid designed the 5,870-yard lay-out after the club started with six holes in 1898. The incomparable view from the clubhouse over the first and second fairways to the... more

Oakmere Park Golf Club

Oaks Lane, Oxton, Southwell, Nottingham

Oakmere Park Golf Club, Oaks Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Two of the best free draining heathland courses in the county. Known as the all weather courses. Hosted the Notts Professional and Amateur alliance tournament for the last 16 years. Both courses are open to visitors and golf societies. Modern and... more

York Golf Club

Lords Moor Lane, Strensall, York

York Golf Club, Lords Moor Lane, York, North Yorkshire

York moved to their current site at Strensall in 1904 and J H Taylor designed the course of around 6,000 yards and it was among the longest and most testing in Yorkshire. Now it measures 6,301 yards with tree-lined fairways but has retained its... more

New Zealand Golf Club

Woodham Lane, Addlestone

New Zealand Golf Club, Woodham Lane, Addlestone, Surrey

Constructed on New Zealand Farm, as the first owner was an early emigrant, founded in 1895 and located within the famous Surrey heath belt, the under-used perfectly maintained and delightful uncrowded haven in the heather and birch trees spans 6,070... more

St Austell Golf Club

Tregongeeves Lane, St Austell

St Austell Golf Club, Tregongeeves Lane, St Austell, Cornwall

St Austell Golf Club welcomes members and visitor alike, with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere that appeals to golfers of all levels. This 18-hole parkland course boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside and presents a challenge at any... more

The National Golf Centre

The Broadway, Woodhall Spa

The National Golf Centre, The Broadway, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire

The Hotchkin course dating from the early 1900s is a heathland masterpiece but a severe test. The lasting memory is of the cavernous bunkers that are serious card wreckers that first appear on the gentler opening first hole and are especially... more

East Devon Golf Club

Links Road, Budleigh Salterton

East Devon Golf Club, Links Road, Budleigh Salterton, Devon

East Devon provides superb coastal views as far as Portland Bill in Dorset on a fine day. A course both demanding and fair, the fairways are generous but a wayward drive will be punished. There are many public footpaths on and around the course so... more

Delamere Forest Golf Club

Station Road, Northwich

Delamere Forest Golf Club, Station Road, Northwich, Cheshire

Delamere Forest is a natural heathland course, despite the word Forest, but trees do form part of its defence on several holes and there are a number of blind drives some involving a long carry. Both the ninth and the 18th dog leg around a central... more

Lindrick Golf Club

Deep Carrs Lane, Lindrick, Worksop

Lindrick Golf Club, Deep Carrs Lane, Worksop, South Yorkshire

Lindrick is considered one of Britain's finest inland courses - but it is unusual in that it finishes with par three, albeit a great one. Lindrick is always remembered because it was there that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA to win the 1957... more

Scotscraig Golf Club

Golf Road, Tayport

Scotscraig Golf Club, Golf Road, Tayport, Fife

Scotscraig is only 15 minutes from the Old Course at St Andrews and displays much the same characteristics. The most memorable hole is the par four fourth. While it is just 366 yards it is well protected by large revetted fairway bunkers and heather... more

Halifax Golf Club

Union Lane, Ogden, Halifax

Halifax Golf Club, Union Lane, Halifax, West Yorkshire

Halifax Golf Club boasts one of the finest moorland courses in the UK and visitors are welcome to play on weekdays and weekends. The 18-hole course at Ogden is as natural as the finest seaside links you could name. Every tee, fairway and green is as... more

Luffenham Heath Golf Club

Stamford Road, Ketton, Stamford

Luffenham Heath Golf Club, Stamford Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire

Luffenham opens gently. Don't be fooled, the 412 yard second is one of the best holes on the course with menacing fairway bunkers and a severely sloping green while the 320 yard eighth is a risk-reward tee shot although playing short of the fairway... more

Southerndown Golf Club

Ogmore by Sea, Bridgend

Southerndown Golf Club, Ogmore by Sea, Bridgend

Southerndown, a combination of links, downland and heathland perched high overlooking Porthcawl, the Bristol Channel and a beautiful Welsh landscape, is invariably open to winds of varying strengths. Rolling tree-less slopes, yielding soft... more

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