Royal Worlington & Newmarket completes our Top 100. The great layout and traditional club feel make this track a must-play especially in the winter

Rarely does a brand-new golf course make such an impact and immediately feel so established as Remedy Oak, where you can really enjoy a mature woodland round in lovely Dorset

Panmure is a classic links with sand dunes and gorse, pot bunkers, run-offs and swales. Ben Hogan prepared for the 1953 Open at Panmure, and you'll appreciate why

Bovey Castle is a beautiful experience with the rivers Bovey and Bowden featuring on many holes. The reasonable greens fees make this an attractive track to experience

No 96 – Nefyn & District – Old

Nefyn & District Old course is simply a cliff-top stunner. Besides the unforgettable views, a dramatic experience is made even better with the reasonable green fees

Carton House Montgomerie course represents a good test for the more accomplished golfer. This track is always in excellent condition, and the wonderful clubhouse just makes for an even more…

The Island features some excellent par 3s as well as some superb views of the estuary, and particularly of the quaint town and marina at Malahide

Montrose Medal course has a fascinating history. It’s a thinker’s course, where placement from the tee and careful consideration of pin positions is critical.

Ashridge is best summed up as a course offering a great combination of variety, fun, scenery and tranquility. In addition, the new clubhouse is excellent

No 91 – Seaton Carew

Seaton Carew is the 10th oldest club in England. It is great value and undoubtedly the north-east’s star links

Unlike so many links, at Castletown it is possible to enjoy views of the sea from every hole, and you'll be treated to great value at this dramatic location

It is hard to think of a more natural links course anywhere in the world. The Machrie is wild and unspoilt, and offers great value

Woburn Marquess is a fairer test than Woburn’s two older courses, The Duke’s and The Duchess. The picturesque tree-lined course is cleverly designed for the modern game…

From short, driveable par 4s like the picturesque 3rd, to 450-yard monsters like the sweeping 5th, Cruden Bay has a wonderful variety of holes to make your round truly memorable

Woking is another of Surrey's finest with some quick and true greens. Always in great condition, you'll need to negotiate some tight drives before resting up in the lovely clubhouse

The inland course of Aldeburgh has a traditional feel with real character. A stiff test, this East Anglia track is really good value

The renowned Irish architect Eddie Hackett has created a must-play with his relatively young County Mayo links, Carne, which offers wonderful views and great value

West Lancashire provides a very searching test of links golf. Practice facilities here are very good and the staff always offer a warm welcome

Architect Kyle Phillips is responsible for an excellent modern design in The Grove, which features fairways and greens that are superbly conditioned

West Hill is a classic Surrey course that demands strategic play with the tee shot needing to be in the correct place to offer the best line into the undulating…