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Golf the way it was meant to be at Minchinhampton Old Golf Course.

Minchinhampton Old Course

Address:
Gloucestershire, GL6 9AQ, England
Reason to visit:

No water nor sand and on high tableland... it is the epitome of pure golf.

White Sand beaches and turquoise water on the Isle of Harris.

Isle of Harris Golf Club

Address:
Isle of Harris, HS3 3HX, Scotland
Reason to visit:

The spirit of the game is palpable, it's as authentic as you can find.

A photo of the 17th hole at Walton Heath Old Course.

Walton Heath Golf Club

Address:
Surrey, KT20 7TP, England
Reason to visit:

Herbert Fowler and James Braid heritage where traditional heathland golf reigns supreme.

A photo of the heather clad 5th hole at Woking Golf Club.

Woking Golf Club

Address:
Surrey, GU22 0JZ, England
Reason to visit:

Not just the course, but the 4th hole, in particular, was the birthplace of strategic golf design.

3rd Hole Woodhall Spa

Woodhall Spa Golf Club

Address:
Lincolnshire, LN10 6PU, England
Reason to visit:

Following Tom Doak's restoration, there has never been a better time to visit Woodhall Spa Golf Club.

The railway on the 1st hole at Prestwick Golf Club.

Prestwick Golf Club

Address:
Ayrshire, KA9 1QG, Scotland
Reason to visit:

The birthplace of the world's greatest championship and steeped in history, Prestwick is a must-play.

The 3rd on the Atlantic Ocean at Tralee Golf Club.

Tralee Golf Club

Address:
County Kerry, V92 A406, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Arnold Palmer's links masterpiece is a must-play on the Wild Atlantic Way.

The 14th hole at sunrise at Trump International Scotland.

Trump International Scotland

Address:
Aberdeenshire, AB29 8YE, Scotland
Reason to visit:

It's a stadium links in perhaps the most spectacular set of dunes in the world.

The 17th at Waterville Golf Links.

Waterville Golf Links

Address:
County Kerry, V23 W940, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Dunes for days that rival only a handful of other courses in the British Isles.

A photo of the characteristic bunkers.

West Sussex Golf Club

Address:
West Sussex, RH20 2EN, England
Reason to visit:

West Sussex is one of the most strategically sound 18 holes ever compiled in the world.

The 16th green site on the blue nine at St George's Hill Golf Club with heather clad bunkers.

St George's Hill Golf Club

Address:
Surrey , KT13 0NL, England
Reason to visit:

Considered to be Harry Colt's crowning achievement, this is heathland golf at its very best.

Looking towards the clubhouse at Sunningdale Golf Club Old Course.

Sunningdale Golf Club

Address:
Berkshire, SL5 9RR, England
Reason to visit:

Perhaps the finest collection of 36 inland holes anywhere in the world.

The red brick clubhouse at Swinley Forest Golf Club.

Swinley Forest Golf Club

Address:
Berkshire, SL5 9LE, England
Reason to visit:

In Harry Colt's own words to Tom Simpson, Swinley Forest is his 'least bad course.'

A photo from the fourteenth tee overlooking London at The Addington Golf Club by JF Abercromby.

The Addington Golf Club

Address:
Surrey, CR0 5AB, England
Reason to visit:

A rising star is also one of the golden age's best architects courses in the heart of London.

Pot bunkers surround the green at Silloth Golf Club.

Silloth Golf Club

Address:
Cumbria, CA7 4AE, England
Reason to visit:

Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the British Isles.

Behind the Sahara bunker

St Enodoc Golf Club

Address:
Cornwall, PL27 6LD, England
Reason to visit:

One of England's most understated links. Memorable and strategic, it is a world-class experience.

The beach house serves as a clubhouse at Royal West Norfolk Golf Club.

Royal West Norfolk Golf Club

Address:
Norfolk, PE31 8AX, England
Reason to visit:

Two ball play only and an access road affected by the tide make this a unique, English golf experience.

The world class 5th at Royal Worlington Golf Club.

Royal Worlington & Newmarket Golf Club

Address:
Suffolk, IP28 8SD, England
Reason to visit:

Tom Doak and Lorne Rubenstein rate the green complexes as some of the best in existence.

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