Golf in England
England is home to a large amount of the best golf courses to ever be built. With a rather wide variety of layouts including many parkland and heathland offerings, links golf still comes out on top.
However, there are still many great inland courses well worth the visit. England's top 5 courses according to England's top 100 courses are Royal St George's, Sunningdale's Old course, Royal Birkdale, Sunningdale's New course and Royal Lytham & St Annes.
England has 12 courses in the world's top 100 and Royal St George's is ranked 23rd in the world.
Bicester Hotel, Golf and SpaUnited Kingdom England Oxfordshire
Set in 134 acres of stunning Oxfordshire countryside, Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa is a 4-star British independently owned venue with many beautiful features, with convenient transport links such access to the M40 and two local train stations with direct links to Oxford and London makes it the ide
Dale Hill Hotel and Golf ClubUnited Kingdom England Sussex
Dale Hill Hotel has a lot more to offer than just two challenging and different golf courses as you will soon discover, it has all the first-class facilities that you would expect of an AA four-star rated hotel and a few more besides.
Hallmark Hotel CambridgeUnited Kingdom England Cambridgeshire
Hallmark Hotel Cambridge has ample parking, a beautiful golf course, 136 comfy bedrooms, flexible meeting rooms and a lovely leisure club – the hotel has absolutely everything you need for a successful business trip or relaxing short break in Cambridge.
St Mellion International ResortUnited Kingdom England Devon
Enjoy the best of Cornish hospitality at the plush St Mellion International Resort, a unique blend of contemporary style and unique 4-star facilities including an AA luxury hotel, leisure centre, Elemis day spa, tennis courts, a European Tour golf course, a brasserie and an award-winning, 2AA ros
Ashridge Golf ClubEngland Hertfordshire
Ashridge Golf Club has long been associated with warm hospitality and the very best in golfing traditions. The Club was officially opened in 1932 and has regularly featured in the top 100 golf courses in the UK and was selected by the R&A to host an 'Open Championship' Regional Qualifying Com.
Bicester Golf ClubEngland Oxfordshire
Set in 134 acres of land with spectacular views, Bicester Golf Club (formerly Chesterton Golf Club) has a testing 6255 yard, par 71, 18 hole course. It boasts 11 lakes, strategically placed bunkers and undulating greens which prove a challenge to every player.
Chesterfield Golf ClubEngland Derbyshire
The Chesterfield Golf Club (also known locally as Walton golf club), is a beautiful, well established and wonderfully maintained parkland course set amidst stunning views in North East Derbyshire. You can be assured of a wonderful welcome in our very attractive clubhouse bar, lounge and restauran.
Dartmouth Golf & Country ClubEngland Devon
The 7,200 yard, par 72 Championship Golf Course, which has hosted the West Region PGA Championships on no less than 6 occasions, has been designed to challenge the most proficient golfer, with the strategic positioning of tees, meandering streams, 12 water features and undulating greens providing.
Frilford Heath Golf ClubEngland Oxfordshire
Frilford Heath Golf Club is located to the South of Oxford on 500 acres of glorious undulating Heathland and is one of the best venues in the south of England; rarely can a golf club offer three championship golf courses (Red, Green and Blue) that allow the opportunity to revel in their classical.
Huntercombe Golf ClubEngland Oxfordshire
Huntercombe is one of the finest inland courses in England, Huntercombe was the only course owned by Willie Park Jnr and unencumbered by the demands of others, he packed the course with unique design features that provide a memorable test of golf
Moor Allerton Golf ClubEngland Yorkshire
Over a number of years, Ryder Cup player Howard Clark was attached to Moor Allerton Golf Club as playing professional. Peter Alliss, who was the Head Professional in the early 70’s, reckons that ‘Moor Allerton Golf Club is a golfing experience larger than life’.
Orsett Golf ClubEngland Essex
Orsett Golf Club was founded in 1899, celebrating its Centenary in 1999, The intervening 100 years has seen many changes to both the course and the club house, Orsett Golf Club Ltd is a private members club and is limited by guarantee, The key being that the members own the club and have input in.
Royal West Norfolk Golf ClubEngland Norfolk
Royal West Norfolk Golf Club (Brancaster) is an outstanding links course set on the North Norfolk coast. With the North Sea on one side and the saltmarsh on the other it has a wonderfully atmospheric setting, and is ranked 17th in England and 44th in the UK by top100golfcourses.com.
Sandford Springs Golf ClubEngland Hampshire
Set between Newbury and Basingstoke amongst the rolling hills of Berkshire and Hampshire, Sandford Springs boasts a trio of challenging nine hole golf courses, a welcoming clubhouse with extensive facilities, a Sandford Springs Golf Academy and a well-stocked golf shop with custom fitting service.
Selsdon Estate Golf ClubEngland Surrey
Cut from the thick forest that dominated the hotel’s 200 acres at the time, this challenging 18-hole par 73 golf course takes around four-and-a-half hours to complete if walking. In addition to the nine par 4 holes, there are five par 5 holes, four of which measure over 500 yards.
Sherwood Forest Golf ClubEngland Nottinghamshire
You will find the club in the East Midlands to the east of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, UK, Sherwood Forest Golf Club is a long established heathland course alongside the pines, silver birch and oak trees of Clipstone Woods within the legendary Sherwood Forest.
St George's Hill Golf ClubEngland Surrey
Regarded by many as Harry Colt’s crowning glory, St George’s Hill Golf Club has been one of England’s most revered Clubs since 1913. Situated in the heart of Surrey’s heathland, the Club sits within an exclusive private estate, creating an idyllic ambience and sense of wonderment.
Sunningdale Golf ClubEngland Surrey
During 1899 two brothers, T.A. and G.A. Roberts built a house in Sunningdale called “Ridgemount”. In one direction it faced what is now Sunningdale Ladies Golf Club and in the other the present entrance to the Club. The house on which it was constructed belonged to St. John’s College, Cambridge, .
Thorndon Park Golf ClubEngland Essex
Harry Shapland Colt was presented with an almost ideal site for a golf architect in 1919 when he agreed to design the Thorndon Park course: mature parkland with smooth slopes, hundreds of specimen trees, springy turf, quick-draining soil, gently undulating land and a five-acre lake linked by a st.
Thorpeness Golf ClubEngland Suffolk
To this day, James Braid’s Thorpeness is regarded as one of the finest coastal heathland golf courses in Britain, and one of the best golf courses in Suffolk. Golfers play a course winding through heather, gorse, pine and silver birch trees, hit from firm quick drying soil with rare birdsong in t.
Woburn Golf ClubEngland Buckinghamshire
Woburn Abbey and the surrounding Estate provide a stunning backdrop and historical setting for Woburn Golf Club. Whilst the Club is quiet and secluded, it is centrally located just 10 minutes from Junction 13 off the M1, 15 minutes from Central Milton Keynes and just over an hour from London, Bir.