Bang For Your Buck Collection

Proper golf that doesn't require a second mortgage. Quality!

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  • Address:
    Midlothian, EH10 4HR, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Its free, fun and located on hallowed turf. The clubhouse? A tavern from 1456!

  • Address:
    Midlothian, EH21 7SR, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    A walk through history on the world's oldest golf course is a must-play.

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    Gwynedd, LL35 0RT, Wales
  • Reason to Visit:
    Beautiful and rugged Welsh links where Bernard Darwin played as a young lad.

  • Address:
    Fife, KY16 9JD, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Unreservedly, it is the greatest and most influential golf course in the history of the game.

  • Address:
    Fife, KY10 3XN, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Crail is a perfect day of contrasting links. This is the olde worldly Old Tom Morris gem.

  • Address:
    County Donegal, F94 NX78, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    9 hole links don't come much more authentic than this!

  • Address:
    Moray, AB56 4WB, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Still undiscovered by the masses but has achieved cult status due to No Laying Up fame.

  • Address:
    Buckinghamshire, UB9 5DE, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    A Colt course within striking distance from London and Heathrow without extortionate fees.

  • Address:
    County Kerry, V92 R504, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    It's natural, rugged, minimal and you cannot go any further West to play golf than here.

  • Address:
    County Donegal, F94 H725, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    This pure, authentic links made up of an inner and outer loop calls 2011 Open Champion, Darren Clarke, a member.

  • Address:
    County Kerry, V93 XP03, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Epic undulations, breathtaking beauty and pristine conditions make for memorable game.

  • Address:
    Angus, DD2 3QP, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Most wouldn't visit a parkland course on a trip to Scotland... however, the R&A has thought enough of this course to use it for Open qualifying. Twice.

  • Address:
    County Clare, V95 HD00, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.

  • Address:
    County Dublin, A98 F653, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    From 2007, a Martin Hawtree Irish parkland Curtis Cup venue.

  • Address:
    County Donegal, F92 A500, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Paul McGinley's home course. Modestly tame for the Wild Atlantic Way.