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The world-class, par 3 13th hole at Muirfield, Scotland.

Muirfield

Address:
East Lothian, EH31 2EG, Scotland
Reason to visit:

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.

Willie Park Jr 's fourth green at Huntercombe Golf Club

Huntercombe Golf Club

Address:
Oxfordshire, RG9 5SL, England
Reason to visit:

A virtually untouched Willie Park Jr layout with plenty of gorse and minimal bunkering.

Lahinch Golf Club

Address:
County Clare, V95 HD00, Ireland
Reason to visit:

It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.

The green site at the 7th hole at Liphook Golf Club.

Liphook Golf Club

Address:
Hampshire, GU30 7EH, England
Reason to visit:

Arthur Croome's only design with alterations from Tom Simpson makes this a strategic masterpiece.

The inland golf course at Gleneagles Kings golf course.

Gleneagles

Address:
Perth & Kinross, PH3 1NF, Scotland
Reason to visit:

James Braid's inland moorland masterpiece is a must-visit!

The revetments of the hidden gem of Goswick Golf Club.

Goswick Golf Club

Address:
Northumberland, TD15 2RW, England
Reason to visit:

The best golf you'll find along the Northumberland coast until you hit East Lothian.

Gullane No 1 Course 1935

Gullane Golf Club

Address:
East Lothian, EH31 2BB, Scotland
Reason to visit:

There are 3 world class courses here. Play 1, 2 and 3 in that order.

Across the Firth of Forth at THE GOLF HOUSE CLUB ELIE.

The Golf House Club Elie

Address:
Fife, KY9 1AS Scotland
Reason to visit:

It's one of the purest links in Scotland and home to the legend that is James Braid.

A photo of the links at Fraserburgh Golf Club.

Fraserburgh Golf Club

Address:
Aberdeenshire, AB43 8TL, Scotland
Reason to visit:

This unspoilt, traditional links is the oldest club north of St. Andrews.

The rugged golf course at Brora Golf Club.

Brora Golf Club

Address:
Highland, KW9 6QS, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Pure and simple golf that exemplifies the spirit of the game.

The 9th hole at Castle Stuart Golf Links.

Castle Stuart Golf Links - Cabot Highlands

Address:
Highland, IV2 7JL, Scotland
Reason to visit:

One of Scotland's best links is also one of its newest.

Aldeburgh Golf Club

Address:
Aldeburgh Golf Club, Saxmundham Road, Aldeburgh, UK
Reason to visit:

Aldeburgh Golf Club leads the way in sustainable, low-input golf course maintenance.

The first and second holes at Alister MacKenzie's Alwoodley.

Alwoodley Golf Club

Address:
West Yorkshire, LS17 8SA, England
Reason to visit:

This is Alister MacKenzie's original layout. The short two-shot holes are some of the finest ever laid.

The stags and deer are found roaming the golf course.

Ardfin

Address:
Argyll & Bute, PA60 7XY, Scotland
Reason to visit:

One of the most exclusive clubs on the planet, it is one of the world's best.

8th Hole Askernish Golf Club

Askernish Golf Club

Address:
Isle of South Uist, HS8 5SY, Scotland
Reason to visit:

It's an original Old Tom masterpiece and perhaps the most natural links in the world.

Ballybunion Golf Club

Address:
County Kerry, V31 RX37, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Simply put... Ballybunion is one of the greatest links on earth.

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