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The beach house serves as a clubhouse at Royal West Norfolk Golf Club.

Royal West Norfolk Golf Club

Address:
Norfolk, PE31 8AX, England
Reason to visit:

Two ball play only and an access road affected by the tide make this a unique, English golf experience.

The world class 5th at Royal Worlington Golf Club.

Royal Worlington & Newmarket Golf Club

Address:
Suffolk, IP28 8SD, England
Reason to visit:

Tom Doak and Lorne Rubenstein rate the green complexes as some of the best in existence.

The 7th hole at Rye Golf Club.

Rye Golf Club

Address:
East Sussex, TN31 7QS, England
Reason to visit:

It is the course that made Harry Colt an architect instead of a lawyer.

The punchbowl green at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club.

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

Address:
Kent, CT14 6RF, England
Reason to visit:

An absolute gem which somehow flies under radar.

A drone image of the regal Portmarnock Golf Club.

Portmarnock Golf Club

Address:
County Dublin, D13 KD96, Ireland
Reason to visit:

A plethora of great golf exists around Dublin. Portmarnock is one of the best, not just there, but anywhere.

A photo of Swilcan or Golfers' Bridge The Old Course.

St Andrews Old Course

Address:
Fife, KY16 9JD, Scotland
Reason to visit:

St Andrews Old Course is the greatest golf course in the history of the game.

The 9th green at Royal Birkdale Golf Club.

Royal Birkdale Golf Club

Address:
Merseyside, PR8 2LX, England
Reason to visit:

Since WW2 this world-class venue has held more major events than any other.

Sunrise at North Berwick Golf Club, East Lothian, Scotland.

North Berwick Golf Club

Address:
East Lothian, EH39 4BB, Scotland
Reason to visit:

It's charming, quirky, unusual, interesting and fun. In short, it's a must play!

The rugged dunes at Machrihanish Golf Club.

Machrihanish Golf Club

Address:
Argyll & Bute, PA28 6PT, Scotland
Reason to visit:

The opening hole itself is worth the journey. The collection of greens may be one of the best in the world.

The world-class, par 3 13th hole at Muirfield, Scotland.

Muirfield

Address:
East Lothian, EH31 2EG, Scotland
Reason to visit:

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.

Kingsbarns Golf Links

Address:
Fife, KY16 8QD, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Perhaps the greatest Scottish links built in the last 50 years. It's expensive but worth every penny.

Lahinch Golf Club

Address:
County Clare, V95 HD00, Ireland
Reason to visit:

It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.

The inland golf course at Gleneagles Kings golf course.

Gleneagles

Address:
Perth & Kinross, PH3 1NF, Scotland
Reason to visit:

James Braid's inland moorland masterpiece is a must-visit!

The 4th hole at Cruden Bay Golf Club.

Cruden Bay Golf Club

Address:
Aberdeenshire, AB42 0NN, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Tom Simpson's genius shines brightly at Cruden Bay Golf Club. Bold and quirky, it is one of golf's best.

The 9th hole at Castle Stuart Golf Links.

Castle Stuart Golf Links - Cabot Highlands

Address:
Highland, IV2 7JL, Scotland
Reason to visit:

One of Scotland's best links is also one of its newest.

The revetted faces of the treacherous bunkers at Carnoustie Golf Links Championship Golf Course.

Carnoustie Golf Links

Address:
Angus, DD7 7JE, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A strategic links masterpiece that has tested the worlds best to the limit from 1931 until now.

The stags and deer are found roaming the golf course.

Ardfin

Address:
Argyll & Bute, PA60 7XY, Scotland
Reason to visit:

One of the most exclusive clubs on the planet, it is one of the world's best.

Ballybunion Golf Club

Address:
County Kerry, V31 RX37, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Simply put... Ballybunion is one of the greatest links on earth.

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