Let us know which one of our Top 100 golf courses you would like to play and you could win an FootJoy polo shirt

Golf Monthly is currently compiling its UK & Ireland Top 100 Course Rankings.

We want to know which Top 100 Course you would most like to play and why?

To take a look at the last rankings check out our 2012 Top 100 Golf Courses list.

The best comments will win a FootJoy polo shirt  and may also get printed in the magazine.

To let us know which course you would like to play simply leave a comment at the bottom of the page – we will then pick the best ones from all our networks.

The closing date for entries is November 3rd 2014.

 

  • Howard Jones

    the old course, it’s history and the whole atmosphere surrounding it, only ever visited but would love to walk those fairways.

  • andrew picken

    Very interesting idea.I would love the chance to play the West Course at Wentworth. I volunteered at the BMW PGA competition last year and on one of the days was asked to act as a scoreboard carrier for a 3 ball consisting of Pablo Larrazabal,Micheal Hoey and Robert Rock. Being inside the ropes and so close to the players at such a prestigious event was an amazing experience.Brilliant iconic course layout.I would love to test myself against the best on the one of the worlds best courses.

  • Andy Barrett

    It has to be Royal West Norfolk (Brancaster) for me. Played all of the North Norfolk courses apart from this and would love to test my game against this gem and see if stands up. A real step back in time apparently and one i’d love to experience

  • Andy Jones

    That is brilliant!

  • Matt

    It goes without saying for me. St Andrews. To experience the Home of Golf and to breathe in the air walking over the Swilcan Bridge would be something to treasure

  • Tom Maingay

    My late grandfather was the keenest of golfers. For a few years he was club captain at Royal Norwich. My father tells me that the course he always wanted to play was Muirfield, but that he never made it up.

    I only played the game occasionally as a kid but in the past year have started playing seriously and regularly. I’ve found there are few feelings better than being out on the cliffs at my home course, Sheringham. And it’s a wonderful connection to have with my grandfather. So Muirfield would be my choice.

  • Stephen Anderson

    Without a doubt St Andrews Old Course. I have played it before but spent so much of my round soaking up the history of the course and each and every hole that I didn’t concentrate on my own game properly. I would love another chance to walk in the footsteps of every great who ever played this great game of ours and this time make that walk up the 18th fairway knowing that I, like all the legends before me had just played the Home Of Golf to the best of my ability.
    Add in the atmosphere in and around the town of St Andrews and you really do have golfers heaven.

  • Scott Roots

    I feel i have missed out on a lot of opportunities to play some of the best courses in our fair land due to a tragic story of death and misery. When my pet dog Rover sadly passed away in 1998, my life spiraled out of control, no longer could i draw a 298 yard drive, all i could think of was poor Rover. I would see a tree in the right rough and think to myself, “oh rover would love to take a leak against that mighty chestnut”

    I know it was one of his dying wishes to do this, hence me fighting back the tears, heartache and emotion now while i type (I have a waterproof keyboard), but he really wanted to take a P and mark his territory on the beautiful trees that line Sunningdale Golf Club in leafy Surrey.

    Thank you for giving a dead dog one last chance of happiness.

  • Bryan Bateman

    Ballybunion and Old Head of Kinsale. i know that’s two courses, but if I was heading over to the south of Ireland, these two would top my list. They both look stunning and represent a stern challenge for us mortals.

  • Kenny McHardy

    My father in law has recently retired after 40 odd years delivering supplies up and down Scotland, including most of the major golf venues.

    He never had the time to play the likes of Turnberry and i would love to take him to play the Ailsa so he can finally walk through the front door rather than the tradesmans entrance!

  • Andy Jones

    I’ve had the chance to play a few on the list including Trevose, Burnham and Berrow and an amazing trip to Gleneagles to play the King’s course but I would love to play a round at the Belfy Brabazon or Turnberry Ailsa course. It would take an incredible golf course to beat the King’s course.