Combine great golf with a history lesson
Scotland's North East provides an embarrassment of riches
Situated in the south of the Principality are three fine courses offering a fascinating mix of old and new
Flamboyant kitsch plus fine links golf in England's holiday capital
A Golfer's Tale of the must-play courses
This serene and historic section of England is perfect for a relaxing golf break
England's second city and its surrounds are famous for Ryder Cups and great course designs
Mountains, lochs, deserted roads, championship courses and secret nine-hole treasures - this part of Scotland offers a truly unique getaway
Wild and majestic links are perfectly offset by serene parkland tracks in this beautiful county
The Garden of England is home to a variety of great courses. Here we focus on two fine seaside classics and a tough 'inland links'
Although Padstow is now best recognised as a seaside holiday town in Cornwall, it's been a settlement of some importance through a history stretching back 2,500 years.
Soak up the history, and enjoy parkland and links golf at this gem in the North East
From Royal County Down in the North to Waterville in the South, and from Ballybunion in the West to Portmarnock in the East, Ireland is blessed with some of the…
The perfect place for a few relaxing rounds of golf in the stunning Somerset countryside.
Every golfer should make a pilgrimage to the Home of Golf at least once.
There’s a great blend of inland and links courses around Northern Ireland’s capital with top courses such as Royal County Down and Ardglass on its doorstep.
The south west is a spellbinding corner of Ireland blessed with lakes, mountains and sea. It’s also home to some of the best links in the world.