Sat across Constantine Bay from the better known, but much less welcoming, St Enedoc GC, Trevose is arguably Cornwall's top course.
Set among some absolutely breathtaking Berkshire countryside, and less than an hour's drive from London
Value for money for all levels of golfers - though try and bring your 'A' game
A 6297-yard course that is regarded as one of the toughest inland challenges in the west of Scotland
Alister Mackenzie designed this track and not surprisingly he has left behind a beautiful and testing course
If you're tired of spilling sun cream and collapsing deckchairs then take a trip to Desert Springs
Located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, it is a visually stunning layout and well worth the long jaunt to the very end of the M4
A driver is more than just a golf club, it's the standard by which your whole golfing existence is judged.
Designed by James Braid and opened in 1933, Fulford Heath is one of the Midlands’ most notable golf courses
The spectacular views start at the first hole and just keep on coming
Set in 220 acres of undulating Yorkshire countryside with streams and lakes
Described in one publication as "the Sunningdale of the North", well worth a visit
This is a course that looks five times it's age and plays superbly
A club to improve your feel around the short stuff that won't break the bank
Thorpeness sits on a great spot of land just next to the seaside town of Aldeburgh
The Scottish Borders have long been a favourite destination among travelling golfers searching for a genuine golfing experience.
Less than an hour from the centre of London, nestled in the River Eden Valley, is Hever Golf Club
Nestling among 356 acres of picturesque Midland's countryside is The Warwickshire
A large firm core with lower compression allows increased initial velocity for added distance.
Should suit all golfers - concentrates on better balance