South of the piers and seaside rock of Great Yarmouth the Suffolk Heritage Coast offers a taste of a more genteel age. Alicia Harney battled the wind from Southwold to…

Soft cover aimed at good golfers looking for spin

Fairly soft and more suited to the better player after spin and control around the greens

The rounded sole makes it less likely than the original to snag on the green. The ripple alignment aid is also very handy especially on long putts.

A solid wedge with a classic look - should attract traditionalists

Ballyliffin was, until quite recently, something of a well-kept secret and is Ireland's most northerly links

This has quite a large head and classic chrome finish that should appeal to golfers of all standards. The TaylorMade name it certainly looks more expensive than it actually is.

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The GM testers were impressed by the attractive, compact appearance of this fairway wood. It has the classic old Ping design that has always proved popular.

Mizuno have designed a club that has a classic yet easy-to-hit look that should appeal to golfers of all standards. The heads aren't too big so they should be easy…

This putter should instill confidence over those tricky short putts and the funky modern design should attract plenty of attention

Titleist don't do ugly wedges and this satin finish is guaranteed to impress, and as it's dull it shouldn't reflect glare from the sun.

Adams have used Tungsten weights in the perimeter of the head to ensure a more stable moment of impact and improved forgiveness on off centre hits.

These irons look great and perform well but they don't come cheap