A rising star is also one of the golden age's best architects courses in the heart of London.
The links equivalent to Ross' Pinehurst, Pat Ruddy is ever improving this world class links.
Herbert Fowler's acclaimed courses at Saunton are a proper test with a unique rhythm of holes.
Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the British Isles.
Scottish hospitality and pure golf of the absolute highest order.
A world-class course and Ryder Cup venue frequently overlooked by Bucket Listers.
If you don't have a tee time on the Old, the New is probably your next best option.
One of England's most understated links. Memorable and strategic, it is a world-class experience.
Two ball play only and an access road affected by the tide make this a unique, English golf experience.
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!
Royal Dornoch Golf Club is a top course to visit as a student of golf course architecture and just happens to be Donald Ross's home course.
One of golf's greatest links is known for its controversial abundance of O.B.
More than 200 bunkers pepper this links; it is known for its clubhouse and close proximity to the railway.
Perhaps the most authentic and pure links in England - it is also the oldest dating to 1864.
World-class links and hospitality. Green fees often include breakfast and lunch!
Northern Ireland's only Open venue is a pure links in every sense.