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  • Address:
    County Kildare, W23 YX53, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Host to the Irish Open and Ryder Cup, Arnold Palmer's only two designs in Ireland are worth a visit.

  • Address:
    Derbyshire, DE22 5JD, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    A rare John Morrison design near Derby in Derbyshire, England.

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    County Kerry, V93 PR62, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    The views of Ireland's highest mountain range alone are worth coming for!

  • Address:
    County Meath, C15 FH39, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    A Jack Nicklaus design in Ireland which hosted the Solheim Cup for reasonable money!

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    Ayrshire, KA10 6SY, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    The respected Kilmarnock Barassie GC boasts 27 holes that can be played in 3 ways.

  • Address:
    East Lothian, EH32 0QD, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Tom Doak and No Laying Up have given Kilspindie Golf Club cult-like status.

  • Address:
    Fife, KY15 5PB, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Step back in time and try your hand on the only hickory golf club in the UK.

  • 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.

  • Address:
    Herefordshire, HR5 3RE, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    An unrated gem tucked away designed by the trio that brought you Woodhall Spa and West Sussex.

  • Address:
    Kent, TN15 0HJ, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    It is one of perhaps the best golden age architect's most intact works.

  • Address:
    Fife, KY15 7RA, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Play Old Tom Morris' first inland, heathland course. 

  • Address:
    County Clare, V95 HD00, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    It's the St Andrews of Ireland and every bit as memorable.