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Royal Blackheath Captain 1790 Scarlett Spoon Putter

Royal Blackheath Golf Club

Address:
Greater London, SE9 5AF, England
Reason to visit:

History is palpable at the oldest golf club in the world!

The sandy beach at Kilspindie Golf Club.

Kilspindie Golf Club

Address:
East Lothian, EH32 0QD, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Tom Doak and No Laying Up have given Kilspindie Golf Club cult-like status.

A photo of the period correct Kingarrock Hickory Golf Course.

Kingarrock Hickory Golf

Address:
Fife, KY15 5PB, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Step back in time and try your hand on the only hickory golf club in the UK.

Green Site Bunker Bridge Allan GC

Bridge of Allan Golf Club

Address:
Stirling, FK9 4LY, Scotland
Reason to visit:

An inland, untouched Old Tom 9 holer from 1895.

The rippled ground over which Bruntsfield Short Hole Golf Club is laid.

Bruntsfield Short Hole Golf Club

Address:
Midlothian, EH10 4HR, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Its free, fun and located on hallowed turf. The clubhouse? A tavern from 1456!

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.

Musselburgh Links with the racecourse in the background.

Musselburgh Links

Address:
Midlothian, EH21 7SR, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A walk through history on the world's oldest golf course is a must-play.

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.

A photograph of the 11th hole at Trump Turnberry.

Trump Turnberry

Address:
Ayrshire, KA26 9LT, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Trump's version is held unanimously as the best yet. A true bucket list experience.

The links at Wallasey Golf Club.

Wallasey Golf Club

Address:
Merseyside, CH45 8LA, England
Reason to visit:

Buggies are not permitted due to the rolling terrain of the links... enough said!

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 links at Tenby Golf Club.

Tenby Golf Club

Address:
Pembrokeshire, SA70 7NP, Wales
Reason to visit:

This is the birthplace of Welsh golf!

The revetted pot bunkers shown here are a feature of the links at Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club.

Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club

Address:
Merseyside, PR8 3LG, England
Reason to visit:

A world-class course and Ryder Cup venue frequently overlooked by Bucket Listers.

Sunset at the links at Royal Dornoch.

Royal Dornoch Golf Club

Address:
Highland, IV25 3LW, Scotland
Reason to visit:

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.

The 7th hole at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Address:
Merseyside, CH47 4AL, England
Reason to visit:

One of golf's greatest links is known for its controversial abundance of O.B.

The 3rd hole at Royal Lytham.

Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club

Address:
Lancashire, FY8 3LQ, England
Reason to visit:

More than 200 bunkers pepper this links; it is known for its clubhouse and close proximity to the railway.

The rugged swales and undulations of the links at Royal Portrush Golf Club.

Royal Portrush Golf Club

Address:
County Antrim, BT56 8JQ, Northern Ireland
Reason to visit:

Northern Ireland's only Open venue is a pure links in every sense.

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