Top 100 Golf Courses UK and Ireland 2021/22

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Top 100 Golf Courses UK and Ireland

The UK and Ireland is blessed with some of the world’s greatest golf courses, from historic links to beautiful heathlands, pretty parklands and breathtaking clifftops. Below, we list our Top 100 courses on these shores… for 2021/22.

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1. ROYAL COUNTY DOWN - CHAMPIONSHIP

Royal County Down Golf Club


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Up 3 from previous ranking

One of the most photographed courses in the world, Royal County Down boasts arguably the most spectacular setting of any of our traditional links.

2. ST ANDREWS - OLD 

St Andrews Old Course

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No change

Packed with goose-bump factor, history and drama, the Old Course is probably the favourite of more people than any other course in the world.

3. MUIRFIELD

Muirfield Golf course pictured

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No change

A unique and characterful golfing experience. The course at Muirfield is a near-perfect links, delivering superb variety and a firm but fair test.

4. TRUMP TURNBERRY RESORT - AILSA

Trump Turnberry Ailsa Course

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Down 3 from previous ranking

A perfect blend of championship challenge and wow-factor location; not for the faint-hearted.

5. CARNOUSTIE - CHAMPIONSHIP

Carnoustie Championship

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No change

Carnoustie’s Championship course delivers a complete test of golf. It’s an immaculate stretch of links land with a fabulous selection of uniquely memorable holes. The finish is as good as it gets.

6. ROYAL DORNOCH - CHAMPIONSHIP

Royal Dornoch Golf Club

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Up 1 from previous ranking

Royal Dornoch delivers a selection of highly individual and unadulterated golf holes flowing across the most exquisite playing surfaces. This is golf in its purest form.

7. ROYAL BIRKDALE

Royal Birkdale Golf Club

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Down 1 from previous ranking

Running through some of the finest dunes in England, this is the jewel in the crown of English golf; a perfect links that is guaranteed to please.

8. ROYAL PORTRUSH - DUNLUCE

Royal Portrush Dunluce

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No change

A thrilling journey through the dunes packed with wow-factor, top quality links holes and more charisma than just about anywhere.

9. SUNNINGDALE - OLD

Sunningdale Golf Club Old Course 18th hole pictured with clubhouse beyond

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Up 2 from previous ranking

A majestic heathland course delivering a great selection of holes and superb conditioning. It’s a classic and one of the world’s very best inland layouts.

10. SUNNINGDALE - NEW

Sunningdale New Course Review

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Down 1 from previous ranking

A hugely enjoyable, classic, beautiful and testing heathland course, Sunningdale’s New Course delivers a complete examination of the game. It’s an inland masterpiece.

11. ROYAL ST GEORGE'S

Royal St George's

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Up 2 from previous ranking

One of the strongest layouts in the UK and Ireland, it’s a challenging yet fair windswept links offering a thorough examination of ball-striking and strategy.

12. ROYAL LIVERPOOL

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

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Up 2 from previous ranking

Exciting changes at this historic links will see it in tip-top shape when The Open Championship returns in 2023.

13. ROYAL LYTHAM & ST ANNES

Royal Lytham and St Annes

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Down 1 from previous ranking

A tough strategic links test with a selection of highly memorable holes and a fine history. There’s an interesting juxtaposition of nature and urbanity to be seen on the fairways.

Trump International Golf Links Scotland

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Down 4 from previous ranking

Sheer golfing exhilaration from start to finish on this magnificent links blending traditional features with modern styling. Tough when the wind blows, but hugely enjoyable. A real experience.

15. KINGSBARNS

Kingsbarns Links

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No change

A very special course, with a price tag to match, where the emphasis is on fun and relaxation. It’s a fabulous modern take on a traditional Scottish links set on a beautiful section of the Fife coastline.

16. ROYAL ABERDEEN - BALGOWNIE

Royal Aberdeen Balgownie

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No change

A high-quality course at an historic club that the links purist will love. It’s rugged and rumpled but carefully thought out and the surfaces are of the highest possible quality.

17. ROYAL TROON - OLD

Royal Troon - Old Course

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No change

A high quality, traditional links that delivers the challenge and experience you would expect from a course on the Open rota.

18. WOODHALL SPA - HOTCHKIN

Woodhall Spa Hotchkin

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Up 2 from previous ranking

The beautifully renovated Hotchkin course is heathland golf at its finest, with heather and its famous bunkers placing a real premium on accuracy.

19. THE EUROPEAN CLUB

The European Club

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Down 1 from previous ranking

This modern-day links offers a superb golfing experience that mixes fun and challenge with more than a hint of quirkiness in places.

20. WATERVILLE

Waterville Golf Links

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Up 1 since previous ranking

Waterville is a true links blessed with one of the most dreamy, unspoilt locations in the Top 100.

21. CASTLE STUART

Castle Stuart Golf Links

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Down 2 from previous ranking

The real beauty of the visually striking Castle Stuart is its clever design – generous off the tee before asking sterner questions of your approach play.

22. ROYAL PORTHCAWL

Royal Porthcawl Golf Links

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Up 1 from previous ranking

Perhaps the greatest strength of Wales’ finest links is that it has 18 fresh and different challenges that serve up splendid sea views at almost every turn.

22. THE GOLF COURSE AT ADARE MANOR

Adare Manor

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Up 2 from previous ranking

For modern, perfectly-conditioned parkland golf of the very top order in terms of interest, excitement and beauty, there is simply none better.

24. ST GEORGE'S HILL - RED & BLUE

St George's Hill clubhouse pictured

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No change

Achingly beautiful, a lesson in golf course design and presentation, this Colt classic is quintessential, timeless, heathland perfection.

25. BALLYBUNION - OLD

Ballybunion

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Down 3 from previous ranking

This must-play jewel, with echoes along the coast of Pebble Beach, features some of the most dramatic and scenic holes in Ireland.

26. LAHINCH - OLD

Lahinch pictured from above

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Up 6 from previous ranking

A wonderfully natural links that showcases the very best in design. It’s a must visit for golfing purists.

27. PORTMARNOCK - RED & BLUE

Portmarnock Golf Links pictured

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Down 1 from previous ranking

Attention to detail and conditioning has always been very evident at this superb, timeless and very honest championship links.

28. BURNHAM & BERROW - CHAMPIONSHIP

Burnham and Berrow links pictured

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Up 2 from previous ranking

Burnham & Berrow is a links with a difference, with a strong cast of par 3s and a short stretch of reed-lined holes adding to the course’s individuality.

29. WALTON HEATH - OLD

Walton Heath Old course pictured from abovie

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Down 2 from previous ranking

A classic heathland golf course with a great heritage where firm fairways and smooth greens demand good ball striking and a delicate touch.

30. NORTH BERWICK

North Berwick pictured

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Down 1 from previous ranking

Although imitation is often attempted, North Berwick is a unique course. It’s natural and pure links golf.

31. HILLSIDE

Hillside Golf Club

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Up 3 from previous ranking

A superb links course with an incredible back nine, mature pines alongside many holes at Hillside add great definition and character.

32. HANKLEY COMMON

Hankley Common GC

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Up 1 from previous ranking

A tremendous free-draining course in a peaceful and expansive setting.

33. OLD HEAD

Old Head Golf Links

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Down 2 from previous ranking

In places, this unique track, mixing cliff-top with links, defies belief with its incredible setting and series of spectacular holes.

34. GANTON

Ganton Golf Club

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Down 6 since previous ranking

A great course blending heathland with a feel of the links that will test the very best players.

35. NAIRN - CHAMPIONSHIP

Nairn Golf Club

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Up 3 from previous ranking

Gorse-lined, criss-crossed by burns and pockmarked by perilous pot bunkers, the newly upgraded Nairn delivers typical Scottish links golf.

36. ST ENODOC - CHURCH

St Enodoc Church

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Up 4 from previous ranking

One of the most distinctive, memorable and scenic courses in the Top 100, packed with endless variety and views.

37. HOLLINWELL THE HOME OF NOTTS GOLF CLUB

Holinwell Golf Club

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Down 1 from previous ranking

A fine heathland routing with sometimes breath-taking changes in elevation and a host of exceptional holes - easy to see why the course is riding so high.

38. GLENEAGLES - KING'S

Gleneagles King's course pictured on a sunny day

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Down 1 from previous ranking

Nowhere gives you the chance to pit yourself against Braid’s design mind in quite as gloriously serene a setting as Gleneagles King’s course.

39. SWINLEY FOREST

Swinley Forest GC, 18th hole and 1st hole pictured

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No change

Swinley Forest is a shining diamond; a Colt classic that has passed the test of time with flying colours.

Dumbarnie Links pictured on a sunny day

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New entry

A modern masterpiece, Dumbarnie boasts a wonderful, elevated setting above the Firth of Forth and a great mix of holes to both challenge and tempt you.

41. FORMBY

Formby GC clubhouse and accommodation pictured

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No change

This superb championship links is very distinctive and memorable, all the more so due to its heathland characteristics - a perfect blend of styles.

42. THE BERKSHIRE - RED

The Berkshire GC Red Course par-3 10th hole pictured

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Up 1 from previous ranking

A dizzying blend of six short holes, six par 4s and six par 5s add maximum variety to a sublime heathland setting on this engaging Herbert Fowler design.

Trump International Doonbeg

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Down 8 from previous ranking

A striking layout set amidst towering dunes. A fabulous modern links in a beautiful location.

44. PRESTWICK

Prestwick GC pictured

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Down 2 from previous ranking

Packed with blind shots, drivable par 4s, desert-sized bunkers and rollercoaster greens, Prestwick is a living link with the game’s past.

45. ROYAL ST DAVID'S

Royal St David's GC

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Up 1 from previous ranking

A traditional links packed with strong par 4s and a particularly challenging finish; very much a golfer’s golf course.

46. ROSAPENNA - SANDY HILLS

Rosapenna Sandy Hills pictured along the coastline

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Down 2 from previous ranking

A tremendous modern links carved through impressive dunes. It’s challenging but fair with some interesting holes to negotiate – a real thinker’s course.

47. WESTERN GAILES

Western Gailes

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Up 2 from previous ranking

Set between railway and sea, the recently improved Western Gailes in Ayrshire delivers an exacting challenge over the purest golfing terrain.

48. TRALEE

Tralee par 3 pictured

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No change

The back nine was always the star of Arnold Palmer’s magnificent creation but the latest upgrades are seeing an already good front nine seriously up its game.

49. SAUNTON - EAST

Saunton Golf Club East Course pictured

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Down 4 from previous ranking

Designed by Herbert Fowler in the 1920s, Saunton East is a challenging links that has played host to a number of significant championships.

50. ALWOODLEY

Alwoodley Golf Club 1st and 2nd hole pictured

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No change

Recent clearing and renovation work at Alwoodley has further improved this superb heathland course blessed with particularly fine opening and closing holes.

51. SILLOTH ON SOLWAY

Silloth on Solway

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Down 4 from previous ranking

A timeless, idyllic outpost of wonderful links golf that will more than reward any effort made to get there.

52. THE MACHRIE

The Machrie pictured

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Up 38 from previous ranking

When renovation work at the ruggedly natural Machrie inks went beyond the original remit, the result was a truly breath-taking transformation.

53. ROYAL CINQUE PORTS

Royal Cinque Ports

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Up 5 from previous ranking

This strong links heads out along the sea wall before turning for home on 12 and asking big questions of your game all the way to the clubhouse.

54. WALTON HEATH - NEW

Walton Heath New Course pictured

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Down 3 from previous ranking

The New eases you in with a short par-4, delightful par-3 combo, before a beautiful and, at times, very challenging heathland examination.

55. LIPHOOK

Liphook Golf Club

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Up 11 from previous ranking

This classy, absorbing, heathland design now boasts two new holes and three cleverly reworked ones to further strengthen its overall test and flow.

56. THE BERKSHIRE - BLUE

The Berkshire Blue Course pictured

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Up 3 from previous ranking

The Blue Course is an absolute cracker; a perfect complement to the Red over a similar, glorious landscape, but somehow still completely different.

57. WEST SUSSEX

West Sussex pictured

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Down 5 from previous ranking

One of the prettiest courses in the Top 100, West Sussex is an excellent test of golf with great variety - a real golfing oasis.

58. GLENEAGLES - QUEEN'S

Gleneagles Queen's course

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Down 3 from previous ranking

The Queen’s is a gorgeous layout on the higher ground of the Gleneagles estate whose test and challenge confound its modest yardage.

59. COUNTY LOUTH

County Louth

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Down 6 from previous ranking

A traditional and classic course that delivers fair and honest links golf. It’s subtle and understated yet a true championship venue.

60. ROYAL WEST NORFOLK

Royal West Norfolk

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Down 6 from previous ranking

Packed with character and more than a little bit different, Brancaster’s rugged links is a wonderful golfing experience from start to finish.

61. GULLANE - NO.1

Gullane No.1

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No change

Gullane No. 1 is a unique and characterful links offering fabulous views of the Firth of Forth. New practice facilities have enhanced the offering.

62. SOUTHPORT & AINSDALE

Southport and Ainsdale GC pictured

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Down 2 from previous ranking

A very natural layout with a selection of highly memorable holes. A welcoming golf club with a rich and interesting history.

63. WORPLESDON

Worplesdon GC

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Up 1 from previous ranking

Impressive renovation work at this classic heathland course has elevated the offering. The club has a great history and heritage.

64. MACHRIHANISH - CHAMPIONSHIP

Machrihanish GC pictured

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Down 8 from previous ranking

This beguiling links with a magical allure and captivating front nine is blessed with stunning views out to the islands of Jura, Islay and Gigha.

65. RYE - OLD

Rye Golf Club

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Down 8 from previous ranking

A classic and historic links with fast-running, rumpled fairways. Playable all year round and always maintained in excellent condition.

66. MOORTOWN

Moortown Golf Club

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Down 3 from previous ranking

Classic urban heathland course offering a fascinating history and one of the most characterful clubhouses you’ll find.

67. HUNSTANTON

Hunstanton GC

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Down 5 from previous ranking

A classic out and back links with some great and memorable holes, particularly the par 3s. Wind is always a factor, and the scenery is stunning.

68. BALLYLIFFIN - GLASHEDY

Ballyliffin Glashedy

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No change

A superb modern links that is capable of testing the best, but is nonetheless always a thrill and delight for golfers of all standards.

69. CRUDEN BAY - CHAMPIONSHIP

Cruden Bay

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Up 2 from previous ranking

An old-school links charm with a twist. The elevation changes and dunes throw up the most wonderful, panoramic views. Burns, bunkers and bumps will test every element of your game.

70. ST ANDREWS - NEW

St Andrews New Course

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Down 5 from previous ranking

No second fiddle, the New Course is a very strong links that is completely worthy of consideration for its own merits and character.

71. WEST HILL

West Hill GC looking back down the 1st hole

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Up 2 from previous ranking

Defined by it majestic trees and abundant heather, this is a delightful course that is consistently strong from start to finish.

72. THE ISLAND

The Island GC

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Up 3 from previous ranking

The Island gets off to a flier with a superb opener and never lets up, with major changes to the front nine further enhancing its reputation.

73. WOBURN - MARQUESS'

Woburn Marquess

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Down 4 from previous ranking

Running through stately pines, this expansive, modern classic is a firm favourite of professional and amateur alike

74. BLAIRGOWRIE - ROSEMOUNT

Blairgowrie Rosemount 18th green

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Down 7 from previous ranking

The Rosemount Course is a peaceful golfing haven offering a beautiful but challenging round of golf played through magnificent specimen trees.

75. SAUNTON - WEST

Saunton West

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Down 5 from previous ranking

With plenty of variety and no real need for brute force, the West Course at Saunton offers a very happy balance of strategy and fun.

76. PRINCE'S - SHORE/HIMALAYAS

Prince's

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New entry

Considerable investment in recent years plus new holes and a dramatic re-styling have seen this famous Kent coast links break our Top 100 for the first time.

77. ALDEBURGH - CHAMPIONSHIP

Aldeburgh Championship course

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Down 3 from previous ranking

Aldeburgh Golf Club Championship Course Review - every birdie is hard-gained at this unique heathland-links hybrid with views out over the River Alde and the North Sea.

78. ABERDOVEY

Aberdovey GC

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Down 6 from previous ranking

An easy-walking, tranquil oasis of top-quality golf and charm, with plenty to engage and interest all keen golfers.

79. TREVOSE - CHAMPIONSHIP

Trevose GC

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Down 3 from previous ranking

For many golfers, the combination of a classic seaside test with the masterful design touches of Harry Colt’s hand is hard to beat.

80. PARKSTONE

Parkstone GC

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Down 2 from previous ranking

The major improvements of previous years are now fully bedded in on this tremendous layout with a host of very attractive holes.

81. WEST LANCASHIRE

West Lancs GC

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Down 2 from previous ranking

They invariably enjoy the test, but few come away from this revered links in any doubt that every aspect of their game has been fully examined

82. DRUIDS GLEN

Druids Glen pictured in 2003

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Down 5 from previous ranking

Pat Ruddy may be more renowned for his spectacular Irish links, but Druids Glen is proof that he knows what he’s doing inland too.

83. WOKING

Woking GC pictured

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Down 3 from previous ranking

Many regard this Tom Dunn heathland classic as an ingenious example of a course that can test the best while remaining playable for all.

84. SHERWOOD FOREST

Sherwood Forest GC

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Down 1 from previous ranking

Challenging course where recent work has enhanced the heathland feel. A classic design played over ideal golfing terrain.

85. ROYAL NORTH DEVON

Royal North Devon

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Down 3 from previous ranking

The links at Westward Ho! is steeped in history; sharing the fairways with sheep and horses evokes a tangible link to the game’s roots.

86. WOBURN - DUKE'S

Woburn Duke's

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No change

A very attractive course framed by a wonderful array of mature trees. It’s a layout where the ability to hit a straight drive is of paramount importance.

87. FERNDOWN - OLD

Ferndown GC

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Up 1 from previous ranking

There are few courses that are maintained as well as Ferndown. It’s a pristine inland layout with exceptional playing surfaces.

88. MOUNT JULIET

Mount Juliet

Down 7 from previous ranking

Jack Nicklaus’ creation is parkland golf at its best; tranquil, beautiful and at times generously open, but with holes that are elegantly framed.

89. ST ANDREWS - CASTLE COURSE

St Andrews Castle Course

(Image credit: Kevin Murray)

Down 5 from previous ranking

A spectacular layout offering wonderful views of St Andrews. Very different to the other St Andrews Links courses, it provides an excellent alternative.

90. COUNTY SLIGO - CHAMPIONSHIP

County Sligo

Down 1 from previous ranking

This is a spectacular links with superb views. It’s a great example of Harry Colt’s expertise and must be one of the most scenic courses in Ireland.

91. THE GROVE

The Grove

(Image credit: Kevin Murray)

Down 6 from previous ranking

A superbly maintained parkland course that has tested the best players in the world. It’s a welcoming and enjoyable place to visit and play.

92. WOBURN - DUCHESS'

Woburn Duchess'

No change

The narrowest course in the Top 100, the Duchess’ is an exacting test off the tee that will reward patience, concentration and good strategy.

93. BROADSTONE

Broadstone GC

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Up 1 from previous ranking

A heathland fan's dream, with changes in elevation, impressive variety and several cracking holes adding to its appeal.

Murcar Links

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Up 2 from previous ranking

A fabulous and quite natural links with elevated tees, gorse, variety and excellent views out to the North Sea.

95. ENNISCRONE - DUNES

Enniscrone from above

Down 2 from previous ranking

Blessed with some of the finest dunes in the country, Enniscrone is a visual feast with fresh delights waiting at each and every one of its many twists and turns.

96. THE BELFRY - BRABAZON

The Belfry Brabazon

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Down 9 from previous ranking

Packed with history, there are plenty of thrills, especially at the two risk-reward holes that frame the back nine.

97. PORTSTEWART - STRAND

Portstewart

No change

Running through towering dunes, Portstewart is a joy to the eye with one of the most spectacular opening nines in golf.

98. PENNARD

Pennard GC

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Down 3 from previous ranking

One of the most distinct courses in the Top 100 with astonishing views; great fun for golfers of all standards, and absolutely full of the feel good factor.

99. BALLYLIFFIN - OLD

Ballyliffin Old Course

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Up 1 from previous ranking

One half of a terrific golfing double act, Ballyliffin Old Links is an excellent course that has more variety than most links and is enormous fun no matter how you play.

100. REMEDY OAK

Remedy Oak

New entry

A modern classic that combines contemporary design and conditioning with a timeless charm derived from its stately setting.

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Elliott Heath
Elliott Heath

Elliott Heath is our Senior Staff Writer and has been with Golf Monthly since early 2016. He graduated in Sports Journalism in 2016 and currently manages the Golf Monthly news, courses and travel sections as well as our large Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. Elliott has interviewed some huge names in the golf world including Sergio Garcia, Thomas Bjorn, Bernd Wiesberger and Scotty Cameron as well as a number of professionals on the DP World and PGA Tours. He has also covered the 2022 Masters from Augusta National as well as three Open Championships including at Carnoustie in 2018 when he was inside the ropes with Tiger Woods. He has played 31 of our Top 100 golf courses, with his favourites being both Sunningdales, Woodhall Spa, Old Head and Alwoodley. He currently plays at West Byfleet Golf Club in Surrey, where his handicap index floats anywhere between 4-6. His golfing highlight is making albatross on the 9th hole on the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa, and he has made one hole-in-one.


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