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  • Address:
    Fife, KY16 9JD, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    St Andrews Old Course is the greatest golf course in the history of the game.

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    Lancashire, FY8 2LD, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    A firm favourite as a qualifying course by the R&A.

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    Cornwall, PL27 6LD, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    One of England's most understated links. Memorable and strategic, it is a world-class experience.

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    Surrey , KT13 0NL, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    Considered to be Harry Colt's crowning achievement, this is heathland golf at its very best.

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    County Donegal, F92 PN73, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    The measuring stick for modern links in Ireland, Scotland and the rest of the world.

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    Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PG, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    Could it be the best parkland in England? Quite possibly!

  • Address:
    Hampshire, SO16 3TT, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    Visit now before the best-kept secret gets out. You will only hear more and more of this course as it is properly restored!

  • Address:
    Aberdeenshire, AB39 3RH, Scotland
  • Reason to Visit:
    Dramatic, scenic and good value for money, it is a sneaky good alternative to flashier clubs further north.

  • Address:
    County Sligo, F91 FKN7, Ireland
  • Reason to Visit:
    A simple, pure golf experience.

  • Address:
    Berkshire, SL5 9RR, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    Perhaps the finest collection of 36 inland holes anywhere in the world.

  • Address:
    Berkshire, SL5 9RX, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    It is Sunningdale's hidden gem!

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    Berkshire, SL5 9LE, England
  • Reason to Visit:
    In Harry Colt's own words to Tom Simpson, Swinley Forest is his 'least bad course.'