A modern classic that combines contemporary design and conditioning with a timeless charm derived from its stately setting
The Queen’s is a gorgeous layout on the higher ground of the Gleneagles estate whose test and challenge confound its modest yardage
The 1932 Open venue just keeps getting better
Craigielaw is blessed not just with a fine, modern links but also its own golfer-friendly accommodation. Rob Smith takes a look
For golfers who don’t want to commit to one club or members who like to try out different courses, Pay and Play provides the perfect solution
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Packed with history, there are plenty of thrills, especially at the two risk-reward holes that frame the back nine
A superbly maintained parkland course that's a welcoming and enjoyable place to visit and play.
A great example of Harry Colt’s expertise, this must be one of the most scenic courses in Ireland.
A spectacular layout offering wonderful views of St Andrews.
There are few courses that are maintained as well as Ferndown. It’s a pristine inland layout with exceptional playing surfaces.
A very attractive course framed by a wonderful array of mature trees.
Challenging course where recent work has enhanced the heathland feel.
A classic out and back links where wind is always a factor and the scenery is stunning.
Classic urban heathland course offering a fascinating history.
A classic and historic links with fast-running, rumpled fairways.
Impressive renovation work at this classic heathland course has elevated the offering. The club has a great history and heritage.
A very natural layout, S&A is a welcoming club with a rich and interesting history.
Gullane No. 1 is a unique and characterful links offering fabulous views of the Firth of Forth.
A traditional and classic course that delivers fair and honest links golf.