History is palpable at the oldest golf club in the world!
Tom Doak and No Laying Up have given Kilspindie Golf Club cult-like status.
Step back in time and try your hand on the only hickory golf club in the UK.
An inland, untouched Old Tom 9 holer from 1895.
Its free, fun and located on hallowed turf. The clubhouse? A tavern from 1456!
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.
A walk through history on the world's oldest golf course is a must-play.
The birthplace of the world's greatest championship and steeped in history, Prestwick is a must-play.
Trump's version is held unanimously as the best yet. A true bucket list experience.
Buggies are not permitted due to the rolling terrain of the links... enough said!
Perhaps the finest collection of 36 inland holes anywhere in the world.
This is the birthplace of Welsh golf!
A world-class course and Ryder Cup venue frequently overlooked by Bucket Listers.
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.
Northern Ireland's only Open venue is a pure links in every sense.