Welcome to Golf Monthly’s list of the 100 best cheap golf courses in the UK & Ireland. The list includes courses from Cornwall in the South to the Highlands of Scotland in the North and from the wild West Coast of Ireland to the East of England - these ‘Hidden Gems’ are worth the effort to unearth.
The Covid pandemic has seen demand and green fees rise substantially in many places, most notably among our UK & Ireland Top 100 Courses, but search a little further afield and you can find great value.
We believe all the 100 courses featured below offer an amazing mix of engaging designs and great golf experiences, all at a cost that won’t break the bank. These aren't necessarily the cheapest in the country, but they are more affordable than the 'trophy' courses that populate the upper echelons of the top 100 rankings.
We hope after reading about the courses in our list you will be inspired to add a few of them to your own personal ‘must play’ list.
100 Best Cheap Golf Courses In The UK And Ireland
- Location: Northumberland
- Green Fee: Round: £65; Day: £75 - all week
- Par: 68, 5,604 yards
The club at Bamburgh Castle was founded in 1904, and little has changed since the great Bernard Darwin sung its praises very highly in the 1920s. Indeed little has needed to change, or could be changed, as the course is defined by its fabulous, craggy topography and still presents a good test for all golfers despite its modest length.
- Full Bamburgh Castle Golf Club review
- Location: Somerset
- Green Fee: Round: £50 Sun-Fri, £60 Sat
- Par: 71, 6,464 yards
Bath Golf Club was once actually Bath & Kingsdown, but the two split in 1890 with the latter remaining at its own fine course three miles further east and Bath developing its site closer to the city. Bath’s excellent course at Sham Castle typifies the term hidden gem as it is unassuming, largely unheralded and comparatively little-known. It is a friendly club with a charming course that is great fun from your initial blows up the hill to the welcoming descent back down the 18th to the clubhouse. Located just outside the historic city, high up on Bathampton Down, there are panoramic views down over Bath and across the Avon Valley.
- Full Bath Golf Club review
- Location: Buckinghamshire
- Green Fee Round (wd only): £80; Day £110
- Par: 72, 6,575 yards
Beaconsfield is home to a very pretty Harry Colt parkland course in the Home Counties and an elegant clubhouse that has shades of a slightly scaled-down St George’s Hill clubhouse about it, the latter one of Mr Colt’s finest and one of the best golf courses in Surrey, ranked as high as 24th in the UK&I in Golf Monthly’s Top 100. Unlike St George’s Hill, Beaconsfield is a parkland rather than heathland course, with the holes playing through mature woodland, and serving up some real treats along the way.
- Full Beaconsfield Golf Club review
- Location: Co. Durham
- Green Fee: Round: £25-£50
- Par: 70, 6,221 yards
The excellent Harry Colt parkland course at Brancepeth Castle, just to the south-west of historic Durham, dates back to 1924. Here, the characterful clubhouse used to be the stables and coach house for what was previously a deer park. The course runs over a beautiful tract of land split by a deep ravine which strongly influenced the design and has resulted in some excellent and very memorable holes. There are effectively two returning loops of nine, with the short holes either side of the turn particularly memorable.
- Full Brancepeth Castle Golf Club review
- Location: Gloucestershire
- Green Fee Round: £42wd, £52we; Day: £53wd, £65we
- Par: 72, 6,184 yards
This fine hilltop course on the Worcestershire/Gloucestershire border offers up some magnificent views across several counties, taking in the Malvern Hills, the Vale of Evesham and even the Black Mountains across the border in Wales on a clear day. But does it rank among the best golf courses in Worcestershire or the best golf courses in Gloucestershire? Well, despite having a Worcestershire postal address, the club is actually affiliated to the Gloucestershire County Golf Union, so that is where you will find it in our broader county round-ups!
- Full Broadway Golf Club review
- Location: Staffordshire
- Green Fee: Round: £60wd, £70we
- Par: 69, 6,064 yards
While any list of the best golf courses in Staffordshire will always include the likes of Little Aston and Enville, Brocton Hall, which was founded in 1894 and relocated to the edge of Cannock Chase in 1923, will generally feature a little further down. This makes it the perfect hidden gem, for it enjoys a delightful parkland setting, with water, rhododendrons and mature trees framing the holes. These features gave Harry Vardon a perfect canvas on which to create a wonderful variety of holes… but no par 5s, so nearly every birdie will need to be gained the hard way.
- Full Brocton Hall Golf Club review
- Location: Hampshire
- Green Fee: From £40 to £90
- Par: 70, 6,328 yards
Set in the heart of the beautiful New Forest, Brokenhurst Manor is a Harry Colt course dating from 1919 and, although perhaps not one of his most famous creations, it doesn’t disappoint in terms of design and layout. It’s a fine woodland track where three six-hole loops set out from, and return to, the clubhouse. Brokenhurst Manor is one of the best courses in Hampshire.
- Full Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club review
- Location: Derbyshire
- Green Fee: Round: £30-£45wd, £30-£55we (off-peak offers available)
- Par: 68, 5,721 yards
Cavendish, one of the best golf courses in Derbyshire, is the moorland handiwork of Dr Alister MacKenzie, with shades of his later Augusta National design evident in places. Not long by modern standards, Cavendish exemplifies MacKenzie’s belief that “length has nothing to do with the quality of a hole”. Packed with charisma, natural beauty and sheer golfing delight, the overall length may fall some way short of 6,000 yards, but that in no way detracts from either the enjoyment or, indeed, the challenge of the course.
- Full Cavendish Golf Club review
- Location: Shropshire
- Green Fee: Round: £30wd, £40we
- Par: 66, 5,030 yards
After the opening trio of par 3s you could be excused for thinking that James Braid had supped one ale too many when accepting a commission to lay out a course in the Shropshire hills above Church Stretton – perhaps the result of an ill-advised bet with his pals Harry Vardon and J.H. Taylor? The setting alone warrants Church Stretton’s inclusion among any list of the best golf courses in Shropshire. Once you get past those slightly eccentric holes to arrive out on top, your visual senses will be assaulted by a truly spectacular golfing vista.
- Full Church Stretton Golf Club review
- Location: Gloucestershire
- Green Fee: Round: £25-£35wd, £30-£40we
- Par: 71, 6,400 yards
The original design here is attributed to Old Tom Morris in the early 1890s. Way before that, however, the land was quarried for its stone. The result is a rumpled carpet of golfing fun. Lightly bunkered and usually with masses of room off the tee, this is a course which will test your short game at the same time as delivering a history lesson in golf course design. If far-reaching and unspoilt views are your thing, Cleeve Hill will tick all the boxes. It is also undoubtedly one of the best golf courses in Gloucestershire and offers great value for money.
- Full Cleeve Hill Golf Club review
- Location: Somerset
- Green Fee: £60-£70
- Par: 72, 6,557 yards
Clevedon Golf Club boasts one of the best golf courses in Somerset. With a rich history, the club celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2016. The original 18-hole course at Clevedon was the work of five-time Open champion J.H. Taylor. The great English golfer’s layout remained largely unchanged for the majority of the 20th Century. But, in the early 1990s, the length of the course was increased by more than 1,000 yards and the greens were rebuilt to USGA specification, with a view towards keeping pace with the modern game. Out on this beautifully maintained, tree-lined course, there are a number of memorable holes. None more so than the stunning 8th – some 200 feet above the fairway on the tee, you look across the town towards the Severn Estuary, South Wales and the Mendip Hills – it’s an amazing view.
- Full Clevedon Golf Club review
- Location: Cleveland
- Green Fee: From £24 to £50
- Par: 72, 6,704 yards
Established in 1887, the course at Cleveland Golf Club is the oldest in Yorkshire. It’s a true links layout and the list of architects who have been involved in the design of the course is impressive. Old Tom Morris was an early contributor, then the great Harry Colt added his influence. More recently, Donald Steel designed three new holes and, following a visit by Martin Ebert in March of 2021, the club has created a rolling, five-year plan of further course improvements. It's a great links test with a fine array of holes played over rumpled terrain and dune-lined fairways to greens always kept in good condition and often pretty firm and pacey.
- Full Cleveland Golf Club review
- Location: Northumberland
- Green Fee Round: £35wd, £40we
- Par 70, 6,287 yards
This idyllically situated par-70 course runs along the coast bordering the fabulous Embleton Bay about 40 miles south of the border with Scotland. The course was substantially remodelled and extended by James Braid in 1920, and again so more recently by William Sutherland. What remains is very much their handiwork with just three par 3s and a solitary par 5. Not heavily bunkered, the vagaries of the weather will often be its greatest defence. It is undoubtedly one of the best golf courses in Northumberland, and were it in a more populated or accessible area would surely command a green fee that is way higher.
- Full Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club review
- Location: Devon
- Green Fee: Round: £75; Summer twilight: £37.50 after 4pm
- Par: 70, 6,261 yards
East Devon Golf Club is one of the undoubted stars of the south Devon strip and one of the best golf courses in Devon. It’s perched up on top of the distinctive red cliffs along this stretch of the beautiful Jurassic Coast above the popular holiday town of Budleigh Salterton and offers enviable variety among its 18 holes, which blend a strong heathland feel in places, with occasional more tree-lined, tighter-feeling tests such as the 7th and then a splendid run for home in an easterly direction following the clifftop.
- Full East Devon Golf Club review
- Location: West Midlands
- Green Fee: Round: £80 Mon-Fri
- Par: 69, 6,128 yards
In golfing terms, the West Midlands is best-known for The Belfry and its dramatic history with the Ryder Cup. Happily, the nation’s second city has plenty of strength in depth, and Edgbaston is a fine and very enjoyable Harry Colt design. Accuracy from the tee throughout the round is vital, as it is all too easy to leak the ball into the trees or find yourself blocked out. Edgbaston is undoubtedly one of the best courses in Warwickshire and will be enjoyed by all who visit. It's always kept in excellent condition and deserves to be far better known.
- Full Edgbaston Golf Club review
- Location: Lancashire
- Green Fee: Round: £55-£88 Mon-Weds, £66-£105 Fri-Sun
- Par: 73, 6,750 yards
Today’s layout at Fairhaven, close to Royal Lytham & St Annes in Fylde, was designed by the prolific James Braid when the club migrated inland from its original seaside location in 1924. Even in very strong company in this part of the world, Fairhaven will usually feature on most lists of the best golf courses in Lancashire. Between start and finish, the course plays over essentially flat terrain, with often quite deep revetted bunkers to bypass on many a hole. There are 118 of them in total, several of which are to be avoided at all costs.
- Full Fairhaven Golf Club review
- Location: Surrey
- Green Fee: Round: £65-£75 Mon-Fri
- Par: 72, 6,519 yards
The friendly club at Farnham has an unusual past as it was founded in 1896 but then wound up after the First World War when a number of holes had been given over for growing food. However, a new 9-hole course was established in 1922, the club then reincorporated, and the full 18 holes were in play by 1924. It is now a very fine mixture of parkland and heathland. It might not rival the very best golf courses in Surrey but it's certainly well worth a visit.
- Full Farnham Golf Club review
- Location: Yorkshire
- Green Fee: Round: £59-£65wd, £75we
- Par: 71, 6,361 yards
The endlessly engaging design at Hallamshire Golf Club is one of the best golf courses in Yorkshire and should be on the must-play list of all golfers visiting the area. Matt Fitzpatrick honed his exceptional skills here, and there are superb long-distance views over the Peak District. There is also more than enough variety and interest to keep all golfers fully engaged from start to finish no matter how well or not so well they are playing. Its links-like out-and-back configuration is packed with variety and interesting and memorable holes.
- Full Hallamshire Golf Club review
- Location: Hertfordshire
- Green Fee: Round: £45; Day: £55
- Par: 70, 6,214 yards
Harpenden Common was founded in 1931 although golf had been played on the common as long ago as 1895. The friendly club has evolved greatly in its 90-plus years, thanks largely to a major upgrade in 1996 under the jurisdiction of local man, Ken Brown. The former Ryder Cup golfer turned commentator is a local who has had a long-standing and close relationship with the club. While many of the best golf courses in Hertfordshire are better-known and have hosted prestigious events, the friendly club at Harpenden Common with its attractive, peaceful course is a delightful and affordable place for golf and more.
- Full Harpenden Common Golf Club review
- Location: Wiltshire
- Green Fee: Round: two-ball £90; three-ball £120; four-ball £140
- Par: 70, 6,305 yards
Opened in 1922 and extended to 18 holes in 1931, High Post Golf Club is situated about halfway between Salisbury and Stonehenge. Its fine downland layout is one of the best golf courses in Wiltshire, offering up expansive views and generally easy-walking over free-draining turf. The banks, slopes and hollows that surround many of the greens rank among High Post’s key features and perhaps its main defence. Sometimes they feed the ball in, sometimes they don’t! The gently undulating fairways are well-bunkered and many holes are lined with often quite dense hawthorn and blackthorn to provide a good test of your accuracy.
- Full High Post Golf Club review
- Location: Oxfordshire
- Green Fee: Round: £65-£100; Day: £100wd, £120we
- Par: 70, 6,310 yards
Originally a heathland layout with hardly a tree on site, this par-70 Willie Park Junior design 15 miles south-east of Oxford has grown up over the years into a timeless gem that deserves to be far more widely known. The club, home to one of the best golf courses in Oxfordshire, was founded in 1901, and its beautiful and easy-walking course is a wonderful place to play. The Willie Park Junior ‘pots’, or grass bunkers, add greatly both to the visual impact and the strategic approach on this course that features just 13 sand bunkers. You are also just about guaranteed to see red kites - the club emblem - while playing this thoroughly enjoyable classic.
- Full Huntercombe Golf Club review
- Location: Herefordshire
- Green Fee: From £22
- Par: 70, 5,961 yards
At 1,284 feet above sea level, Kington is the highest golf club in England. With panoramic views from the course, encompassing the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Black Mountains, the Radnorshire Hills, Hergest Ridge as well as the Malvern and Clee Hills, there are few more spectacular settings for golf anywhere in England. The layout has the playing characteristics of a links – firm and fast running fairways, heather and gorse and tricky undulating greens. This isn’t a long course and the key to success is keeping the ball in play. Many of the fairways feature slopes, humps and hollows and you must try to use the contours to your advantage.
- Full Kington Golf Club review
- Location: Kent
- Green Fee: From £75 to £120
- Par: 70, 6,205 yards
Knole Park dates back to 1924 and runs over a spacious parcel of extremely attractive and gently undulating parkland that’s blessed with soft, springy turf. During a round, one will generally encounter some of the many graceful fallow and sika deer that live on the estate but which do surprisingly little damage to the course. One of the best golf courses in Kent, Knole Park is a brilliant layout in a superb setting, offering an excellent test of golf.
- Full Knole Park Golf Club review
- Location: Sussex
- Green Fee: Round: from £32.50wd, from £37.50we (not Sat am)
- Par: 71, 6,078 yards
There are many great places to play golf on the Sussex Downs, and different locals will have different favourite courses. But successfully locating the unfeasibly narrow approach road and clawing your way painstakingly up to the clubhouse at Lewes is well worth the effort as the views out over the town and along the South Downs are magnificent. There's great variety among the best golf courses in Sussex, with links, heathland, parkland, clifftop and downland all well-represented. Nearly all of the downland courses offer views to die for, but Lewes is hard to beat, and its proximity to the Harveys brewery in the town below may be an added lure for some.
- Full Lewes Golf Club review
- Location: Leicestershire
- Green Fee: Round: £55wd, £65 Sun; Day £65wd; Twilight: £25
- Par: 72, 6,612 yards
This fine heathland/woodland course dating back to 1906 cuts its way through the edges of Charnwood Forest, serving up some superb views in places, perhaps at their finest as you gaze down the almost arrow-straight par-5 8th, the course’s longest test at 565 yards, though mercifully it is downhill. Longcliffe is certainly one of the best golf courses in Leicestershire and is also regarded as one of the best in the East Midlands.
- Full Longcliffe Golf Club review
- Location: Somerset
- Green Fee: Round: £45-£55; Day £80
- Par: 71, 6,264 yards
If setting and scenery are high on your golfing priorities, then Lyme Regis on the western side of Dorset is a must-play. Perched on the cliffs above the town, there are fabulous views to the east over the Jurassic coastline and the lush green, rolling hills. The club was founded in 1893 and its 9-holer was extended to a full 18 in 1931. Coastal erosion led to various design changes in the ‘70s and ‘80s, the result being a clifftop course of great variety with some sensational panoramas out to sea and along the coast.
- Full Lyme Regis Golf Club review
- Location: Greater Manchester
- Green Fee: Round: £40-£50wd, £50-£60we
- Par: 72, 6,491 yards
Familiarly known as Hopwood after the park to which it relocated more than a century ago, Manchester Golf Club is blessed with a wonderful Harry Colt course that sprawls over a glorious expanse of gently undulating countryside. Just a few miles from the city centre and close by the M62, the contrast could not be greater as you work your way around eighteen distinct, testing and memorable holes, all in fine condition. It also offers terrific value for money, and fully deserves to be on the travelling golfer’s radar.
- Full Manchester Golf Club review
- Location: Lincolnshire
- Green Fee: Round: £26-£45wd; £30-£50we
- Par: 71, 6,249 yards
This lovely course just outside the famous horse-racing town of Market Rasen in Lincolnshire is a prime example of a hidden gem golf course. It’s essentially heathland in nature with the trees that line many fairways making it a very secluded and peaceful spot for a round. It ranks among the best golf courses in Lincolnshire and deserves to be more widely known. The diverse selection of evergreen and deciduous specimens also means it will test your game, with accuracy from the tee of paramount importance. The River Rase also makes its presence felt from time to time as it meanders through the course.
- Full Market Rasen Golf Club review
- Location: Cornwall
- Green Fee: Day: £48; Twilight: £30
- Par: 69, 5,832 yards
Mullion Golf Club, just five miles north of Lizard Point in Cornwall, is home to England’s most southerly golf course, blessed with an idyllic and remote location. If you’re looking for a short hidden gem golfing break, then a trip to play here and at West Cornwall Golf Club, half an hour north-west near St Ives, should be on your shortlist. Throw in the best golf courses in Cornwall a little further north-east at Trevose and St Enodoc, and you have all you need for a fun and challenging longer break.
- Full Mullion Golf Club review
- Location: Kent
- Green Fee: Round: £75; Day: £100wd; Twilight: £40-£50
- Par: 71, 6,412 yards
North Foreland, in the far north-east corner of Kent, boasts two courses, with the Northcliffe a fun par-3 18-holer where the longest hole is 126 yards. Don’t be fooled, though – it knows how to defend itself with small, tricky greens and rough to make you think. The Main course, which plays either side of a road and down to the chalky cliffs, is our main concern here, ranking among the best golf courses in Kent. It has, in the past, hosted Open Qualifying, and lies not too far from the area's three famous Open Championship links.
- Full North Foreland Golf Club review
- Location: Wiltshire
- Green Fee: Round: £50wd, £60we; Twilight: £15-£20
- Par: 71, 6,414 yards
A healthy number of the 24 clubs listed on the Wiltshire Golf website offer up excellent year-round golf because of their downland settings. Among them is the thoroughly enjoyable North Wilts, one of the best golf courses in Wiltshire, which was founded in 1890 and climbs to 700ft at its highest point. There is a real feeling of space here, with far-reaching views everywhere you look. When you cross the road after the 10th, the course does take on a slightly different character with the holes a little more tree-lined and self-enclosed than on the front nine. You’re still high up, though, so the views remain mesmerising, especially from the tee of the classic dropdown par-3 13th.
- Full North Wilts Golf Club review
- Location: Cornwall
- Green Fee: Round: £55wd, £65we
- Par: 72, 6,293 yards
Running over elevated ground beside this Cornish resort town, the links at Perranporth Golf Club was designed by the ubiquitous James Braid in 1927. As natural and elemental as they come, the undulating design is a few miles from Newquay and works its way over and through some of the most impressive and glorious dunes in the country. Such is the wildness of the topography that very few man-made bunkers are needed. This is old-fashioned, elemental golf played in a delightfully unspoiled location that should appeal to the vast majority of golf lovers. If you are after natural golf with originality, views, character and endless intrigue, Perranporth is a must visit.
- Full Perranporth Golf Club review
- Location: Surrey
- Green Fee: Round: £39wd, £45we
- Par: 72, 6,458 yards
With a smallish membership, Pine Ridge near Camberley in Surrey is effectively a pay-and-play course that welcomes golfers of all standards. It was purchased by the Crown Golf group in 2007, a small chain of clubs that includes the excellent courses at St Mellion in Cornwall. It is arguably one of the best such courses in the country, and it opened for play in 1992, a year after the popular driving range. The free-draining course is carved from a dense pine forest and its par of 72 features four par 5s and four par 3s evenly spaced over the two returning nines.
- Full Pine Ridge Golf Club review
- Location: Lancashire
- Green Fee: Round: £40-£75
- Par: 71, 6,327 yards
Pleasington Golf Club dates back to 1891 and is situated in a remarkably attractive and peaceful location not far from the M65 between Preston and Blackburn. Its pretty course is coming to the end of an impressive and sympathetic 5-year renovation and upgrade under the expert guidance of architect Ken Moodie. Pleasington is among the best golf courses in Lancashire and although its lovely design may be slightly off the beaten track and not on everyone’s golfing radar, it deserves far greater attention.
- Full Pleasington Golf Club review
- Location: Surrey
- Green Fee: Round: £40-£70wd
- Par: 71, 6,220 yards
Puttenham was founded in 1894 and as at so many other clubs began its life with a 9-hole course. This was extended to a full 18 just before World War II, and some 50 years later the club acquired a further 44 acres and hired Donald Steel to create five new holes in conjunction with an upgrade elsewhere. This is an interesting and engaging place for golf that would be way up the list in many other counties. If you are after a strong course at a friendly club with scenery, variety, and challenge and fun in equal measure, then look no further.
- Full Puttenham Golf Club review
- Location: Sussex
- Green Fee: Round: £30-£40wd, £30-£35we (pm only)
- Par: 71, 6,296 yards
Golfers in the county of Sussex are particularly blessed in the downland department, with a string of excellent Sussex Downs courses stretching from Eastbourne in the east to Chichester in the west. Everyone has their favourites and Pyecombe is right up there for the golfing test it offers, the feel of the place, and the sheer splendour of the views on those days when your golf game offers little to lift the spirits. In its splendid 3rd hole, it boasts one of the finest par 4s on the Sussex Downs. The hole plunges down before climbing equally dramatically to a green a touch smaller than you would like for the severity of the shot required to find it!
- Full Pyecombe Golf Club review
- Location: Cheshire
- Green Fee: Round: £40wd, £45we; Day: £45wd, £55we
- Par: 69, 6,092 yards
Situated just five miles to the south-east of Manchester city centre, Reddish Vale was formed in 1912. Its forward-thinking founding fathers invited Alister MacKenzie, then captain at Alwoodley Golf Club near Leeds, to come and design their course for them. This was some 20 years before he went on to design Augusta National. Although it is not so well known, Reddish Vale sits right up there among the best golf courses in Cheshire and is bound to please with its endless variety, its originality and its natural beauty. The green fee here represents great value, and this undulating course will please all golfers looking for something a little different where pleasure is to the fore.
- Full Reddish Vale Golf Club review
- Location: Norfolk
- Green Fee: From £50 to £80
- Par: 72, 6,528 yards
The current layout at Royal Cromer provides an interesting and varied challenge to suit golfers of all standards. It's undulating with a number of shots requiring a bit of guesswork as you try to factor in the changes of elevation. The greens are relatively small and quite testing, trouble is never too far away so accuracy on approaches is key. Sitting on a cliff-top above the beach, this is not a typical seaside course. Trees and bracken present as much of a hazard as the gorse. But with this fine blend of styles, Royal Cromer is one of the best courses in Norfolk.
- Full Royal Cromer Golf Club review
- Location: Dorset
- Green Fee: £30-£50; Twilight: £25-£30
- Par 71, 6,358 yards
The best golf courses in Dorset are headlined by the famous Golf Monthly Top 100 heathland trio around Bournemouth (Broadstone, Parkstone and Ferndown). But there is much good golf to be found elsewhere in Dorset, including the fine course at Rushmore on the Wiltshire border with nine holes in each county. The entrance drive winds through a mature deer park on Cranborne Chase and there is a real sense of grandeur about the course’s setting right from the off, where the towering sequoias that frame the 1st hole magnificently will really stir the golfing soul.
- Full Rushmore Golf Club review
- Location: Cheshire
- Green Fee: Round: £70-£80wd only
- Par: 70, 6,437 yards
Even with all the coastal delights of The Wirral, Sandiway Golf Club, which celebrated its centenary in 2020, is one of the best courses in the county and there’s just the right amount of golf course visible from the classic-looking clubhouse to whet the appetite. You can see the par-4 opener sweeping enticingly down then up and away to your right; the par-3 18th lies right before you; and there are teasing little glimpses of other holes. The course provides a strong yet fair test via wonderfully varied holes that play through a mix of heathland and woodland.
- Full Sandiway Golf Club review