Step back in time and try your hand on the only hickory golf club in the UK.
Well used and respected by the R&A, it is often overlooked by visitors because of its neighbours.
A James Braid pure golf experience on free-draining, chalk downlands.
A women's only members club makes it unique. The course makes it worth a visit.
Dumbarnie Golf Links is the most anticipated new golf links in Fife since Kingsbarns.
Paul McGinley's home course. Modestly tame for the Wild Atlantic Way.
Pure, authentic Eddie Hackett links with variety in contrasting nines.
A recent Hawtree revitalized Alister MacKenzie parkland in Ireland.
9 hole links don't come much more authentic than this!
Still undiscovered by the masses but has achieved cult status due to No Laying Up fame.
It's natural, rugged, minimal and you cannot go any further West to play golf than here.
Wide fairways make for fun golf. In the dunes nearby is a 36-hole, unbuilt Doak & Coore golf course.
Its free, fun and located on hallowed turf. The clubhouse? A tavern from 1456!
A links from well known Tom Dunn in what feels like the middle of town.
Why go? Simply put, it's downright fun!
A Willie Fernie located high on moorland in Cumbria!
A James Braid moorland gem in the Yorkshire Dales with a storied club membership.
Herbert Fowler and James Braid heritage where traditional heathland golf reigns supreme.