The UK & Ireland’s Next 100 Golf Courses

The wealth of wonderful golf throughout the UK & Ireland is so extensive that selecting this year’s Next 100 was harder than ever.

The UK & Ireland’s Next 100 Golf Courses Ardglass

The wealth of wonderful golf throughout the UK & Ireland is so extensive that selecting this year’s Next 100 was harder than ever

The UK & Ireland’s Next 100 Golf Courses 2021/22

The UK and Ireland is blessed with great strength in depth. We feel these 100 courses are the closest to challenging our Top 100 Golf Courses UK and Ireland.

Addington (opens in new tab)

Archerfield (Dirleton) (opens in new tab)

Archerfield (Fidra) (opens in new tab)

Ardglass (opens in new tab) (pictured above)

Ashburnham (opens in new tab)

Ashridge (opens in new tab)

Beau Desert (opens in new tab)

Berkhamsted (opens in new tab)

Blackmoor (opens in new tab)

Blackwell (opens in new tab)

Boat of Garten (opens in new tab)

Brora (opens in new tab)

Camberley Heath (opens in new tab)

Carne (opens in new tab)

Carton House (Montgomerie) (opens in new tab)

Castlerock (Mussenden) (opens in new tab)

Castletown (opens in new tab)

Cavendish (opens in new tab)

Celtic Manor (Twenty Ten) (opens in new tab)

Close House (Lee Westwood Colt) (opens in new tab)

Concra Wood (opens in new tab)

Conwy (opens in new tab)

Crail (Balcomie) (opens in new tab)

Crowborough Beacon (opens in new tab)

Delamere Forest (opens in new tab)

Donegal (opens in new tab)

Dooks

Dunbar (opens in new tab)

Dundonald Links (opens in new tab)

Effingham (opens in new tab)

Elie (opens in new tab)

Enville (Highgate)

Fairmont St Andrews (Torrance) (opens in new tab)

Frilford Heath (Red) (opens in new tab)

Fulford (opens in new tab)

Gailes Links (opens in new tab)

Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) (opens in new tab)

Goodwood (Downs) (opens in new tab)

Goswick Links (opens in new tab)

Gullane (No.2) (opens in new tab)

Hayling (opens in new tab)

Hindhead (opens in new tab)

Huddersfield (opens in new tab)

Huntercombe (opens in new tab)

Ipswich (Purdis Heath) (opens in new tab)

Isle of Purbeck (Purbeck) (opens in new tab)

K Club (Arnold Palmer Ryder Cup) (opens in new tab)

Killarney (Killeen) (opens in new tab)

Killeen Castle (opens in new tab)

Kilmarnock Barassie (opens in new tab)

Knole Park (opens in new tab)

Ladybank (opens in new tab)

Lindrick (opens in new tab)

Little Aston (opens in new tab)

Littlestone (opens in new tab)

London (International) (opens in new tab)

Lough Erne

Luffenham Heath (opens in new tab)

Luffness New (opens in new tab)

Lundin (opens in new tab)

Machrihanish Dunes (opens in new tab)

Machynys Peninsula (opens in new tab)

Monifieth (opens in new tab)

Montrose (Medal) (opens in new tab)

Moray (Old) (opens in new tab)

Narin and Portnoo (opens in new tab)

Nefyn and District (Old) (opens in new tab)

New Zealand (opens in new tab)

North Hants (opens in new tab)

Panmure (opens in new tab)

Piltdown (opens in new tab)

Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links (opens in new tab)

Portsalon (opens in new tab)

Prestbury (opens in new tab)

Pyle and Kenfig (opens in new tab)

Rockliffe Hall (opens in new tab)

Schloss Roxburghe (opens in new tab)

Royal Ashdown Forest (Old) (opens in new tab)

Royal Dublin (opens in new tab)

Royal Wimbledon (opens in new tab)

Royal Worlington and Newmarket (opens in new tab)

Sandiway (opens in new tab)

Seacroft (opens in new tab)

Seaton Carew (opens in new tab)

Sheringham (opens in new tab)

Slaley Hall (Hunting) (opens in new tab)

Southerndown (opens in new tab)

Southerness (opens in new tab)

Spey Valley (opens in new tab)

St Andrews (Duke’s) (opens in new tab)

St Andrews (Jubilee) (opens in new tab)

St Annes Old Links (opens in new tab)

St Mellion (Nicklaus) (opens in new tab)

Stoke Park (Colt/Allison) (opens in new tab)

Stoneham (opens in new tab)

Tandridge (opens in new tab)

Tenby (opens in new tab)

Thorndon Park (opens in new tab)

Trump Turnberry (King Robert The Bruce) (opens in new tab)

Wallasey (opens in new tab)

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Tom Clarke joined Golf Monthly as a sub editor in 2009 being promoted to content editor in 2012 and then senior content editor in 2014, before becoming Sports Digital Editor for the Sport Vertical within Future in 2022. Tom currently looks after all the digital products that Golf Monthly produce including Strategy and Content Planning for the website and social media - Tom also assists the Cycling, Football, Rugby and Marine titles at Future. Tom plays off 18 and lists Augusta National (name drop), Old Head and Le Touessrok as the favourite courses he has played. Tom is an avid viewer of all golf content with a particularly in depth knowledge of the pro tour.