A downright fun golf course worth every penny.
No trip to St Andrews is complete without a visit.
An authentic, pure golf experience. It's perfect for a quick round with a short set.
Golf doesn't get much simpler... no tee times & no staff just pure golf.
Still undiscovered by the masses but has achieved cult status due to No Laying Up fame.
An inland, untouched Old Tom 9 holer from 1895.
A James Braid moorland gem in the Yorkshire Dales with a storied club membership.
The birthplace of the world's greatest championship and steeped in history, Prestwick is a must-play.
The new Irish links golf destination with three 18 hole courses all worth the journey.
Buggies are not permitted due to the rolling terrain of the links... enough said!
With great views of the Isle of Arran and the Firth of Clyde, it plays host to high ranking amateur tournaments.
An Old Tom Morris layout in the Scottish Highlands.
A links come heathland Final Qualifying Open venue a stone's throw from the Old Course.
The third 'Championship' course at St Andrews, it may well be the toughest!
If you don't have a tee time on the Old, the New is probably your next best option.
Royal County Down Golf Club is arguably the best golf course in the world!
A rare Old Tom Morris links South of the Scottish border!
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.