Tom Doak and Lorne Rubenstein rate the green complexes as some of the best in existence.
It is the course that made Harry Colt an architect instead of a lawyer.
Royal County Down Golf Club is arguably the best golf course in the world!
Put firmly on the map in 2017 with the resurgent Irish Open.
A plethora of great golf exists around Dublin. Portmarnock is one of the best, not just there, but anywhere.
St Andrews Old Course is the greatest golf course in the history of the game.
One of the truest links you can find. The front 9 rivals any other anywhere in the world.
A rare bunker-less heathland course - this is English golf at its classy best.
Since WW2 this world-class venue has held more major events than any other.
An absolute gem which somehow flies under radar.
Seaside links for 7 holes abounding with humps and hollows make this a world class links.
Nefyn & District Golf Club isn't the easiest course to get to but it's definitely worth it for the nine holes on the peninsula...
New Zealand Golf Club is an absolute cracker of a course with recent restorative works by Frank Pont.
It's charming, quirky, unusual, interesting and fun. In short, it's a must play!
Did Notts usher in the Golden Age? Debatable. What is not debatable is the quality of this course!
Its links, on a clifftop with an ancient castle and cattle on the course. It is the epitome of authentic golf!
MacKenzie built the legendary hole Gibraltar which paved the way for the other 17.
It should be on the dream list of any serious golfer. It is a perennial contender to be named the greatest golf course in the world.