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The Lansdowne Course at Blairgowrie Golf Club.

Blairgowrie Golf Club

Address:
Perth & Kinross, PH10 6LG, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Inland Scottish golf from James Braid on the bones of a Alister MacKenzie layout.

The 16th green at Boat of Garten Golf Club.

Boat of Garten Golf Club

Address:
Highland, PH24 3BQ, Scotland
Reason to visit:

A picturesque James Braid in the Scottish highlands provides an alternative to links.

The stream at Bovey Castle Golf Course.

Bovey Castle Golf Course

Address:
Devon, TQ13 8RE, England
Reason to visit:

Rare chance to play one of the Golden Age's best.

Brancepeth Castle Golf Club

Address:
County Durham, DH7 8EA, England
Reason to visit:

An inland Harry Colt at a reasonable price in County Durham, England.

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 14th hole at Broadstone Golf Club.

Broadstone Golf Club

Address:
Dorset, BH18 8DQ, England
Reason to visit:

Broadstone Golf Club is described as a mix between Tandridge and St George's Hill.

A green complex at Broadway Golf Club in Worcestshire, England.

Broadway Golf Club

Address:
Gloucestershire, WR12 7LG, England
Reason to visit:

Alister MacKenzie and Tom Simpson's work make up the front nine!

The rugged golf course at Brora Golf Club.

Brora Golf Club

Address:
Highland, KW9 6QS, Scotland
Reason to visit:

Pure and simple golf that exemplifies the spirit of the game.

The clubhouse at Bruntsfield Links.

Bruntsfield Links

Address:
Midlothian, EH4 6JH, Scotland
Reason to visit:

One of Scotland's premier inland courses in the heart of Edinburgh.

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!

The water is never far at Buckinghamshire Golf Club.

Buckinghamshire Golf Club

Address:
Buckinghamshire, UB9 5PG, England
Reason to visit:

Water features heavily on a John Jacobs parkland design.

Bude Golf Club is a Tom Dunn links in what feels like the middle of town.

Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club

Address:
Cornwall, EX23 8DA, England
Reason to visit:

A  links from well known Tom Dunn in what feels like the middle of town.

6th Green Bull Bay Golf Club

Bull Bay Golf Club

Address:
Anglesey, LL68 9RY, Wales
Reason to visit:

A Herbert Fowler & Tom Simpson collaboration in Wales!

An aerial view from a drone of the Championship Links.

Burnham & Berrow Golf Club

Address:
Somerset, TA8 2PE, England
Reason to visit:

Highly decorated, spectacular links easily in reach from major centers. A world class, forward looking class act.

The 16th hole at Camberley Heath Golf Club.

Camberley Heath Golf Club

Address:
Surrey, GU15 1JG, England
Reason to visit:

A mature, Harry Colt, Surrey sandbelt heathland at a reasonable rate.

A placeholder image of Carlow Golf Club.

Carlow Golf Club

Address:
County Carlow, R93 HX46, Ireland
Reason to visit:

A rare inland, Irish Simpson-Gourlay design.

The open sand scrapes on the Kilmore Nine at Carne Golf Links.

Carne Golf Links

Address:
County Mayo, F26 TY03, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Wild, pure, remote and rugged... perhaps Eddie Hackett's best 18!

Skibo Castle Carnegie Links is a superb links on sprawling estate.

Carnegie Links - Skibo Castle

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

Scottish hospitality and pure golf of the absolute highest order.

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.

A photo of the wide and accepting fairways at Carradale Golf Club.

Carradale Golf Club

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

£25 for as much fun golf as you can play from sunrise to sunset!

The golf course at Carton House.

Carton House

Address:
County Kildare, W23 Y9D2, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Two contrasting 18 hole golf courses with world-class amenities.

The 9th hole at Castle Stuart Golf Links.

Castle Stuart Golf Links

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

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

A placeholder image of Castlegregory Golf Links.

Castlegregory Golf Links

Address:
County Kerry, V92 VC59, Ireland
Reason to visit:

Wide fairways make for fun golf. In the dunes nearby is a 36-hole, unbuilt Doak & Coore golf course.

A photo of the large dunes at Aerial photo of the Castlerock Golf Club Mussenden Links.

Castlerock Golf Club

Address:
County Londonderry, BT51 4TJ, Northern Ireland
Reason to visit:

A remote Harry Colt links gem in Northern Ireland recently updated by Martin Hawtree.

A view of the links at Castletown Golf Club

Castletown Golf Links

Address:
IM9 1UA, Isle of Man
Reason to visit:

Old Tom designed it. Alister and Philip MacKenzie Ross tweaked it. Worth the effort to play it.

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