No water nor sand and on high tableland... it is the epitome of pure golf.
The spirit of the game is palpable, it's as authentic as you can find.
Herbert Fowler and James Braid heritage where traditional heathland golf reigns supreme.
Not just the course, but the 4th hole, in particular, was the birthplace of strategic golf design.
Following Tom Doak's restoration, there has never been a better time to visit Woodhall Spa Golf Club.
The birthplace of the world's greatest championship and steeped in history, Prestwick is a must-play.
Arnold Palmer's links masterpiece is a must-play on the Wild Atlantic Way.
It's a stadium links in perhaps the most spectacular set of dunes in the world.
Dunes for days that rival only a handful of other courses in the British Isles.
West Sussex is one of the most strategically sound 18 holes ever compiled in the world.
Considered to be Harry Colt's crowning achievement, this is heathland golf at its very best.
Perhaps the finest collection of 36 inland holes anywhere in the world.
In Harry Colt's own words to Tom Simpson, Swinley Forest is his 'least bad course.'
A rising star is also one of the golden age's best architects courses in the heart of London.
Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the British Isles.
One of England's most understated links. Memorable and strategic, it is a world-class experience.
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.