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…

England’s highest 18-hole course is blessed with probably the finest golf views in the country…

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…

The lovely, rolling Downs Course at Goodwood is a beautiful place for golf - Rob Smith experiences the Ups of the Downs...

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

Swinley Forest Golf Club Course Review

The Surrey/Berkshire border is home to arguably the finest neighbourhood of golf courses in the world, and Swinley Forest is one of its finest jewels

K Club Palmer Ryder Cup Course Review

K Club Palmer Ryder Cup Course Review - This tribute to the design work of Arnold Palmer wends its way through specimen trees and alongside the River Liffey