The opening hole itself is worth the journey. The collection of greens may be one of the best in the world.
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.
A virtually untouched Willie Park Jr layout with plenty of gorse and minimal bunkering.
Perhaps the greatest Scottish links built in the last 50 years. It's expensive but worth every penny.
An unrated gem tucked away designed by the trio that brought you Woodhall Spa and West Sussex.
It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.
Arthur Croome's only design with alterations from Tom Simpson makes this a strategic masterpiece.
The practice putting green is worth the trek alone... then you get to play the course!
James Braid's inland moorland masterpiece is a must-visit!
The bunkers are real tests that punish. The collection of greens is astonishing.
The best links course you may not have ever heard of! It is set amongst Royalty and holds its own.
This unspoilt, traditional links is the oldest club north of St. Andrews.
One of Tom Doak's favourite links, the minimalist, strategic design will appeal to 'new' Golden Age fans.
Come for the views and revel in the golf. Perhaps the finest links in the North-West of Ireland.
Tom Simpson's genius shines brightly at Cruden Bay Golf Club. Bold and quirky, it is one of golf's best.
A modern links that doesn't disappoint on any level.
One of Scotland's best links is also one of its newest.