Perhaps the most authentic and pure links in England - it is also the oldest dating to 1864.
Northern Ireland's only Open venue is a pure links in every sense.
St Andrews Old Course is the greatest golf course in the history of the game.
One of the truest links you can find. The front 9 rivals any other anywhere in the world.
Seaside links for 7 holes abounding with humps and hollows make this a world class links.
A quality links that it has played host to Open qualifying for the men, women and seniors.
Located between Gullane, Muirfield, and North Berwick; Luffness New holds its own against its neighbours.
See original Old Tom Morris' design on numbers 1, 17 & 18. James Braids' work makes up the rest.
A proper links with an atmosphere and aura all its own.
The opening hole itself is worth the journey. The collection of greens may be one of the best in the world.
The 5th oldest club in the world, it is one of the best deals to be had.
An Old Tom Morris links that takes it's whisky almost as serious as its golf.
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.
Play Old Tom Morris' first inland, heathland course.
It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.
This moorland course is perhaps the oldest inland courses in the world!
A links most pass up on the way to St Andrews is a worth a stop to play.
Alister MacKenzie touted Lindrick as one of the best inland courses in Britain.