• West Kent GC – An ideal away day for any London player
  • Southerndown GC – A 6449 yard beauty that overlooks the Bristol Channel
  • Beaconsfield GC– An awesome parkland track just 30 miles from the centre of London
  • Greetham Valley GC – Set among rolling hills with plenty of water features
  • Holyhead GC – The course is open and in excellent condition all the year round
  • Stoneham GC – A beautiful heathland course set just of the M3
  • Bull Bay GC – Found on the Angelsy coast, Bull Bay is known as the course that offers ‘nature’s gift to golfers.’
  • Hever Castle GC – Set in the Eden Valley, Hever Castle is a beautiful 9 hole course
  • Delamere Forest GC – An undulating heathland course near Northwich in Cheshire
  • Tilgate Forest GC – A well maintained track in West Sussex
  • Ashridge GC – One of the best courses you’ll find within easy reach of North London
  • Wimbledon Park GC – Forget the hustle and bustle of London life with a trip to SW19
  • Malone GC – Described by some as the Augusta of the north
  • Royal St. George’s GC – An Open venue on the Kent coast that will test your game to the limit
  • Stoke Park GC – Take a trip to Slough. No seriously, you’ll find Stoke Park
  • Blairgowrie GC – A beautiful Perthshire course – not long but tricky
  • Carne GC – A new Irish course with real character
  • Turnberry – Ailsa Course – Rugged Scottish golf at its best
  • Royal Lytham & St Annes GC – A stiff challenge in the shape of a quirky links course
  • Waterville Golf Links – An old Irish links with a modern, championship feel
  • Royal Birkdale GC – A royal appointment not to be missed
  • The K Club – North – The venue for the 2006 Ryder Cup is stunning to look at and offers a stiff test
  • Stapleford Park – A finely manicured parkland course in the East Midlands with a links feel
  • Kingsbarns Golf Links – A new links course that works well with its natural surroundings
  • The London Club – Heritage Course – An American style layout that requires healthy hitting and steady putting
  • Saunton GC – East – An old links course regarded by many as Devon’s best track
  • Southport & Ainsdale GC – Maybe not as well known as more illustrious neighborours but it’s still a first class links challenge
  • St Enodoc GC – Church Course – One of the West Country’s finest tracks