BELFRY PGA NATIONAL
Opened in 1997 this course features extensive mounding with a number of water hazards. The cunningly placed bunkers are the courses main defence, a challenging and enjoyable test of golf
Located south of London beneath the legendary Box Hill, it is 18 holes of delightful golf within the Surrey Hills. Founded in 1911 by the distinguished golf course architect Harry S. Colt.
This famous links has hosted 10 Open Championships and 2 Ryder Cups. One of its great charms is its tranquillity, as the course meanders through the dunes, many of the holes are hidden from one another.
Hosted 14 Open Championships on the European and PGA Tours. A course that is a fashion amongst all other links which true golfing greats, should consist of a series of knobbly humps and hollows.
Hosted 13 Open Championships for the PGA and European Tours. As well as numerous other tournaments, a typical links created by railway companies in the 19th century, with fairways cut into sand dunes.
Hosted 11 Open Champions on the European and PGA Tours, as well as 2 Ryder Cups between Europe and the US. A premier links course located near Blackpool's seaside, with bounding fairways and quick greens.
As well as being a challenging and demanding course you will find it hard not to be stirred by the views and landscapes of this championship course known as Stoke Poges. Designed by Harry Colt.
A championship course located in Berkshire which held many tournaments in the early 20th century. The course has been laid out on heath land, on a bed of sandy soil. It opened for play in 1901.
Hosted the Ryder Cup between Europe and the US and 14 European Opens on the European Tour. Set up in the Surrey Hills over heathland, Winston Churchill was a member, designed by Herbert Fowler.
Hosted the forerunner to the Ryder Cup between GB & I. and the US, hosted the Curtis Cup. Opened in 1924 architecturally and aesthetically superior to the west course, it was designed by Harry Colt.
Hosted 39 BMW PGA Championship Tournaments annually on the European Tour. As well as hosted the Ryder Cup, this is without doubt the most famous course in England. Designed by Harry Colt.