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Five Of The Best Bunkerless Courses

One way to avoid the sand is to play a course without any, such as one of these five, none of which is easier for its absence…

the grove golf course review

The Grove Golf Course Review - There is wonderful variety to be found on this Kyle Phillips design, which plays over rolling Hertfordshire countryside

Although not far from London, Burnham Beeches is peacefully located in the leafy Buckinghamshire countryside. Rob Smith takes a look…

With two very enjoyable courses that are surprisingly different from one another, Essendon makes for an excellent golfing venue as Rob Smith discovers…

With plenty of variety, excellent greens and elevated views to London in the north, Purley Downs has much to offer. Rob Smith reports…

henley golf club

Designed by James Braid in 1907, this enjoyable layout is situated just over a mile from beautiful Henley-on-Thames

Royal Birkdale Golf Club Course Review

Royal Birkdale Golf Club Course Review - The course that we regard as England's very finest links first hit The Open rota in 1954, since then it has hosted a…

Long ashton golf club

The home club of 2016 Ryder Cupper and GM Playing Editor, Chris Wood, offers an enjoyable and varied test with several very attractive holes

If scenery, drama and above all variety are what you seek from a golf course, then Porthmadog has it all. Rob Smith enjoys the ride...

If you are after a historic links that offers great value and unfussy golf, then Borth and Ynyslas is just the job. Rob Smith visits…

Royal St David's Golf Club Course Review

Royal St David's Golf Club Course Review - Wales' premier links course is set over ideal coastal terrain and features a particularly demanding last five holes

Rye Golf Club Old Course Review

Rye Golf Club Old Course Review - A historic layout that was the first creation of Harry Colt, who was also the club's first captain