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With the impressive design input of JH Taylor, Harry Vardon and Harry Colt, the tree-lined course at Hendon Golf Club is more than worth a visit…

Harry Colt was arguably the greatest golf course architect of all time and Royal Wimbledon is an excellent example of his creative genius…

One of the joys of golf is playing charming courses that offer a good game without beating you up too much; this is exactly what you will find at Haverfordwest…

Wales has some excellent and famous historic links, but the relatively young Machynys provides an exciting contrast…

Clifftop golf can be among the most bracing and enjoyable formats of the game, and the south coast’s Seaford Head is a fine example…

Not far from Wembley Stadium, Sudbury Golf Club has a Harry Colt course and an extremely friendly membership…

Many of Harry Colt’s less well-known designs are very much worth a visit, and Crews Hill in Middlesex is a good example…

Not far from Stonehenge, the course at Tidworth Garrison is another fine and quite different Harry Colt creation…

Some of our less well-known courses are blessed with the most wonderful settings, and the downland/parkland hybrid at North Wilts Golf Club is a perfect example…

Downland golf is a genre of its own and is greatly enjoyed by many - Hockley Golf Club in Hampshire is a fine example

Buxton and High Peak is a less well-known course in a county not renowned for golf but it still has plenty to offer…

Kedleston Park - Hole 10

Blessed with one of the finest courses in Derbyshire, Kedleston Park is also one of the most active and forward-thinking clubs in the area…

Nestling in a lush green valley surrounded by the most glorious scenery, the course at Cradoc should put a smile on the face of any golfer…

Donegal Golf Club, also known as Murvagh, is blessed with a glorious and beautiful setting - Rob Smith takes to its charms