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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

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club

Waun-y-Mer, Kenfig, Bridgend

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club, Waun-y-Mer, Bridgend

Pyle and Kenfig, 6,728 yards, par 71 off the back tees, is a course of two distinct halves with the back nine set amongst towering dunes with stunning views of Welsh mountains, the bay and the Bristol Channel. Mackenzie Ross used traditional... more

Nefyn & District Golf Club

Lon Golff, Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli

Nefyn & District Golf Club, Lon Golff, Pwllheli, Gwynedd

A dramatic cliff top course overlooking the Irish Sea that is visible from every spectacular hole. Extended from nine to 18 holes in 1912, then J H Taylor and James Braid added nine more in 1933, although only 26 holes are now in play, featuring 10... more

Royal St David's Golf Club, Harlech, Gwynedd

Formed in 1894, the Royal St. David's championship links, situated in the dunes between Harlech Castle and the sea, has become one of the great British challenges. The 6,629 yards from the championship tees feature a series of long demanding par four... more

Marriott St Pierre Hotel and Country Club, St Pierre Park, Chepstow, Monmouthshire

Set in 400 acres of rolling South Wales countryside featuring a 14th century manor house hotel, the old course at St Pierre is a classic parkland with huge trees that encroach even further on the fairways each year, especially over the par-five first... more

Tenby Golf Club

The Burrows, Tenby

Tenby Golf Club, The Burrows, Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Originally nine holes in 1888, extended to 18 in 1907,Tenby is classic, rugged links on the Pembrokeshire coast with superb views over the Irish Sea to Caldey Island. There are few more natural course than Tenby that runs out and back. Tenby Golf... more

Aberdovey Golf Club

Station Road, Aberdovey

Aberdovey Golf Club, Station Road, Aberdovey, Gwynedd

Aberdovey is a traditional nine-out, nine-in links course. The real defence of the 6,710 yard course that wends through sand dunes is the wind which is often a gentle zephyr but can also be ferocious. Many national championships are regularly held... more

Belleisle Golf Club

Doonfoot Road, Ayr

Belleisle Golf Club, Doonfoot Road, Ayr, Ayrshire

Belleisle was designed by James Braid in 1927 and has developed into one of the best public courses in Scotland. Set in the middle of the woodlands of Belleisle Park in Ayr, the lengthy 6,477-yard par 72 course starts with two par fives and there are... more

Tewkesbury Park

Lincoln Green Lane, Croydon

Tewkesbury Park, Lincoln Green Lane, Croydon, Dorset

Based in the grounds of the hotel, the 6,579 yard Par 72 course has some classic mature features such as veteran oaks, with greens in impressive condition. There are fine views of the Cotswolds, Malverns and Tewkesbury Abbey. Over the last 18... more

Gullane Golf Club (No 2)

West Links Road, Gullane

Gullane Golf Club (No 2), West Links Road, Gullane, East Lothian

Gullane Hill is home to three outstanding courses built in 1898 and constructed on and around the mini-mountain. Gullane No 2 runs alongside No 1 - the acknowledged championship and Open qualifying course - for the first seven holes and also borders... 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

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

Sunningdale Golf Club (Old)

Ridgemount Road, Sunningdale, Ascot

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

Sunningdale's two Harry Colt-designed courses in the Surrey-Berkshire heathland belt where quality courses abound are among the best and most exclusive. The Old course has held many championships and has become a world-class venue. The immaculate,... more

St Andrews Links (Castle)

Pilmour House, St Andrews

St Andrews Links (Castle), Pilmour House, St Andrews, Fife

The Castle Course is the seventh course to join St Andrews portfolio. Open to the public and ready for play in 2008. The course was designed by David McLay Kidd on a site closely connected with St Andrews for many hundreds of years. St Andrews town... more

Bolton Golf Club

Lostock Park, Chorley New Road, Bolton

Bolton Golf Club, Lostock Park, Bolton, Lancashire

Bolton Golf Club has been at its present location Lostock Park on the north western side of Bolton since 1912. The golf course commands panoramic views over the South Lancashire and Cheshire plains and enjoys an enviable reputation for its well... more

Prince's Golf Club

Sandwich Bay, Sandwich

Prince's Golf Club, Sandwich Bay, Sandwich, Kent

Gene Sarazen won the Open in 1932 at Princes offering spectacular links golf in the Kent links belt with panoramic views across the course and Pegwell Bay dating from 1906. Operated as three nines, linked by a clubhouse constructed in 1995. The... more

Newquay Golf Club

Tower Road, Newquay

Newquay Golf Club, Tower Road, Newquay, Cornwall

6,000-yard Harry Colt layout on top of the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic at Cornwall's most popular seaside resort, is a mecca for holidaymakers in the summer. Constructed in 1890, the clubhouse is a white castle-like listed building erected in... 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

The London Golf Club

Stansted Lane, Ash, Sevenoaks

The London Golf Club, Stansted Lane, Sevenoaks, Kent

The Jack Nicklaus touch is everywhere at The London Golf Club, a 36-hole venue featuring The International Course, open to visitors, and The Heritage, a Members–and-their-guests-only course which was home to the 2008 European Open. Both are inland... more

North Berwick Golf Club

New Club House, Beach Road, North Berwick

North Berwick Golf Club, New Club House, North Berwick, East Lothian

North Berwick dominates the town, stretching above the beach on the Firth of Forth offering exquisite sea views across to Craigleith Island and Bass Rock. The 13th oldest golf club and the second oldest course in the world still playing over its... more

Hadley Wood Golf Club

Beech Hill, Barnet

Hadley Wood Golf Club, Beech Hill, Barnet, Hertfordshire

Quiet, peaceful and stylish set in the grounds of a historic Georgian mansion dating from 1781, the quality Dr Alister Mackenzie construction was used as an Open regional qualifying venue from 1999 to 2005. Raised plateau greens, some with double... more

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

Rockliffe Hall Hotel

Hurworth-on-Tees, Darlington

Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Hurworth-on-Tees, Darlington, Durham

Rockliffe Hall on the bank of the River Tees is clearly constructed to host major events. A par 72, 7,879-yard challenge from the championship tees, but with four alternative tee positions to appease players of all abilities. Built in 2009 by Marc... more

Close House Hotel & Golf

Heddon on the Wall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Close House Hotel & Golf, Heddon on the Wall, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear

Opened by the club’s attached touring professional Lee Westwood in May 2011, the championship Lee Westwood Colt course at Close House is a typical, thoughtfully-designed English parkland lay-out offering a rich variety of outstanding holes through... more

Dunbar Golf Club

East Links, Dunbar

Dunbar Golf Club, East Links, Dunbar, East Lothian

Dunbar East Links is situated on the estuary of the Firth of Forthc – a mixture inland turf and links on a slither of land along the coast. The Old Deer Park wall spans the course, the ninth features the Barns Ness lighthouse and a ruined building... more

Fairmont St Andrews

St Andrews

Fairmont St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife

The 520-acre five star Fairmont St Andrews resort with its lavish and stunning surroundings, peaceful setting with spectacular cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea boasts two championship 18 hole golf courses ‘The Torrance’ and ‘The... more

Crowborough Beacon Golf Club

Beacon Road, Crowborough

Crowborough Beacon Golf Club, Beacon Road, Crowborough, East Sussex

Crowborough Beacon, judged the 70th best in the Country, is a challenging heathland course close to the highest point in Sussex at nearly 800 feet above sea level. with spectacular views to the South Downs. The 18 holes and Clubhouse terrace boast... more

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club

Waun-y-Mer, Kenfig, Bridgend

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club, Waun-y-Mer, Bridgend

Pyle and Kenfig, 6,728 yards, par 71 off the back tees, is a course of two distinct halves with the back nine set amongst towering dunes with stunning views of Welsh mountains, the bay and the Bristol Channel. Mackenzie Ross used traditional... more

The Buckinghamshire Golf Club

Denham Court Drive, Denham, Uxbridge

The Buckinghamshire Golf Club, Denham Court Drive, Uxbridge, Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire Golf Club with its 18 Hole John Jacob designed course set in 226 acres of magnificent English parkland. The Clubhouse is an historic grade II listed English manor house of predominantly Eighteenth Century origing. Whilst situated only... more

Hessle Golf Club

Westfield Road, Raywell, Cottingham

Hessle Golf Club, Westfield Road, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire

Hessle Golf Club is an attractive parkland course, moderately flat, providing an easy walking layout. The 18 hole, par 72 course offers a challenge, a test of skill and a great deal of enjoyment for golfers of all ages and abilities. Boasting... 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

Bearwood Lakes Golf Club

Bearwood Road, Sindlesham, Wokingham

Bearwood Lakes Golf Club, Bearwood Road, Wokingham, Berkshire

Bearwood Lakes, designed by Martin Hawtree in 1996 on the estate of a beautiful Jacobean-style mansion, is an outstanding course that has made full use of the established parkland, tripping through mature trees with skilfully designed and cleverly... more

John O'Gaunt Golf Club

Sutton Park, Sandy

John O'Gaunt Golf Club, Sutton Park, Sandy, Bedfordshire

There are two courses at this up and coming club and the main lay-out, The John O'Gaunt is rated highly with well groomed fairways and fast greens while the Carthagena provides a contrast to the John O'Gaunt with much larger greens. The two courses... more

Muirfield - The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Duncur Road, Gullane, East Lothian

Muirfield, home to The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, on the East Lothian coast is a regular Open venue and one of the toughest links in Britain. Old Tom Morris, Harry Colt and Tom Simpson all had an input into the lay-out of the world’s... more

West Lancashire Golf Club

Hall Road West, Blundellsands, Liverpool

West Lancashire Golf Club, Hall Road West, Liverpool, Merseyside

West Lancashire is the oldest golf club in Lancashire, founded in 1873, a perfect example of seaside golf. This great links course measures 6,768 yards, and is set in natural seaside terrain with immaculate greens. Eleven of the holes measure over... 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

West Cornwall Golf Club

Church Lane, Lelant, St Ives

West Cornwall Golf Club, Church Lane, St Ives, Cornwall

West Cornwall dates from 1889 as the oldest in Cornwall and started as a nine-hole course on natural land beside the sea at Lelant, overlooking the Atlantic and St Ives Bay. The present site was developed in 1921. A true seaside course with fine turf... more

Royal West Norfolk Golf Club

Brancaster, King's Lynn

Royal West Norfolk Golf Club, Brancaster, King's Lynn, Norfolk

Royal West Norfolk or Brancaster as it's also known is, like nearby Hunstanton, a genuine links course. Brancaster has amazing dark-faced sleeper bunkers and salt marshes and is often cut off by tidal flooding. The third, at 407 yards, is a classic... 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

Duff House Royal Golf Club

Barnyards, Banff

Duff House Royal Golf Club, Barnyards, Banff, Aberdeenshire

Duff House was planned by James Braid in 1910 before Alister Mackenzie redesigned it in 1923. It is a flat, beautifully manicured parkland course with little rough and big two-tiered greens. The emphasis is placed on natural beauty rather than... more

Hesketh Golf Club

Cockle Dick's Lane, Southport

Hesketh Golf Club, Cockle Dick's Lane, Southport, Lancashire

Hesketh, created in 1885, is the oldest club in the prolific Southport area, on a nature reserve that attracts seabirds and other wildlife to the half-links, half-parkland track set amid Victorian villas. Holes run through high sand dunes and then... more

Bingley St Ives Golf Club Ltd

St Ives Estate, Bingley

Bingley St Ives Golf Club Ltd, St Ives Estate, Bingley, West Yorkshire

Bingley St Ives, an attractive mixture of parkland, woodland, and moorland in 0one single loop, offers views along the Aire Valley, Rombolds Moor to the north and the magnificent Bronte Country is to the west. Hosted the Lawrence Batley International... more

Gullane Golf Club (No 3)

West Links Road, Gullane

Gullane Golf Club (No 3), West Links Road, Gullane, East Lothian

Gullane 3 is the shortest of the three courses – 5,252 yards, par 68, and the least expensive, two-thirds the price of Gullane 1. But it has all the characteristics of its big brother – and the No 2 course – although the rough is probably less... more

Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club

Bradshaws Lane, Ainsdale, Southport

Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club, Bradshaws Lane, Southport, Merseyside

Southport and Ainsdale, tucked among the dunes on the North West Lancashire coast, hosted the Ryder Cup in 1933 and 1937. Designed by James Braid and opened in 1906, the traditional feel of a championship links has been retained over the 6,687 yards.... more

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

Links Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, Links Road, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

Originally known as the Society of Golfers at Aberdeen, founded in 1780, the sixth oldest golf club in the world is a traditional out and back links running along the shore of the North Sea. The first hole heads straight for the sea from the... 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

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

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

St Andrews Links (Jubilee)

Pilmour House, St Andrews

St Andrews Links (Jubilee), Pilmour House, St Andrews, Fife

The Jubilee opened in 1897 to celebrate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, is set on a sliver of land between the New Course and the sea. Has all the exacting and dramatic characteristics of the other St Andrews links, going out alongside the Eden... more

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