Eight courses to play when in Shropshire.
Kent boasts not only a fine trio of Open Championship links, but plenty of other good golf too
Suffolk is an under-rated golf destination, with five excellent courses in close proximity from Thorpeness down to Felixstowe Ferry
It is well worth taking the time to visit this challenging selection of courses in Middlesex.
We highlight the best golf courses in the bottom right corner of England...
After recent changes to the layout, we visit one if Lincolnshire's premier courses.
Here we look at some of the UK's best golf courses, although good luck getting on them!
Yorkshire is proud of its Ryder Cup heritage, boasting three host courses in Moortown, Ganton and Lindrick
Fergus Bisset considers links golf courses and the strategy they demand
Carnoustie Golf Links Championship Course Review - Carnoustie will examine every element of your game and call for length and accuracy, strategic thinking, nerve and stamina
Fergus Bisset plays two fabulous links courses at Carnoustie and Panmure
The Ultimate Stay And Play At Glorious Gleneagles Golf in Scotland
Ireland's coast is blessed with some amazing links and clifftop courses both modern and old. Here are what we believe to be the 10 best courses in Ireland
A look at two uniquely memorable links courses in northern Scotland
Jeremy Ellwood enjoys a broad spectrum of courses in the northernmost extremities of East Anglia
GM Promotion, in association with Goodwood Just 60 miles from Marble Arch, set in the beautiful South Downs, the Goodwood Estate has long been an accessible sporting playground for Londoners.…
The two contrasting courses at John O’Gaunt offer an excellent golfing day out - Rob Smith very much enjoys a visit…
The bunkerless course at Luton Hoo is a rare hybrid of parkland and inland links - Rob Smith takes a look…
British golf is blessed with enormous strength in depth, and clubs such as Dunstable Downs have much to offer
There is much to be said for a round of golf on an attractive and challenging course in under two hours as Rob Smith explains…