Lahinch Golf Club Old Course Review

Vast sand hills swathed in knee-high rough, quick greens with perplexing run-offs and a superb variety of holes, Lahinch delivers rugged seaside golf in a pure form

Hankley Common Golf Club Course Review

Hankley Common Golf Club Course Review - The excellent, free-draining turf at Hankley gives a real links-like playing quality and the surfaces are of the very highest standard

Most obviously a links course with fairways lined by rough-covered dunes, mature pines alongside many holes at Hillside add great definition and character

Notts Golf Club Course Review

Notts Golf Club Course Review - Set in a dell to the north of Nottingham, arriving at Notts feels like entering a magical kingdom

Waterville Golf Links Course Review

The holes are surrounded by magnificent dunes, the course is surrounded by sea and river and even the bodies of water are surrounded by mountains

St Enodoc Golf Club Church Course Review

The dry sandy ground here makes for superb turf and this combines with the undulating terrain to provide playing surfaces of an excellent standard

Formby Golf Club Course Review

Formby Golf Club Course Review - Formby is predominantly a links, but the presence of mature pines and heather gives a hint of the heath

Prestwick Golf Club Course Review

Venue for the first ever Open Championship, Prestwick is hallowed turf and the clubhouse is full of incredible memorabilia

Royal Troon Golf Club Old Course Review

The historic and delightfully old-fashioned links dates back to 1878, although it was another decade before it became a full 18-hole course

Saunton Golf Club East Course Review

Designed by Herbert Fowler in the 1920s, Saunton East is a challenging links that has played host to a number of significant championships