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April 2018

Pyecombe Golf Club

17th April 2018
Pyecombe Golf Club, Clayton Hill
Pyecombe, West Sussex BN45 7FF United Kingdom
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Southerness Golf Club

20th April 2018
Southerness Golf Club, Southerness Dumfries DG2 8AZ United Kingdom + Google Map

On the peaceful shores of the Solway Coast in Dumfries & Galloway lies Southerness, one of Scotland’s finest courses. Designed by MacKenzie Ross and built in 1947, it is a true championship links on level land by the sea with stunning views. Remote from large centres of population you really are truly away from it all!

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May 2018

Hesketh Golf Club

20th May 2018
Hesketh Golf Club, Cockle Dick's Lane
Southport, PR9 9QQ United Kingdom
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Hesketh is the oldest golf club in Southport, established in 1885. The course is pre-dominantly links in nature. A previous qualifying venue when The Open was played at nearby Royal Birkdale, the club has hosted many other professional and amateur championships, most recently, the Junior Open in 2008 and co-hosted the Amateur Championship with Hillside in 2011. Hesketh is also home to the ‘Golf Prize of Nations Trophy’, an important piece of the Club’s history that celebrates the exploits of…

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Formby Golf Club

21st May 2018
Formby Golf Club, Golf Road
Freshfield, Liverpool L37 1LQ United Kingdom
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Formby has one of the World’s greatest links, running through both sand dunes and pinewoods. You will be challenged by every shot. Accuracy is always at a premium. The combination of well protected greens, heather bordering rough and testing tee shots means Formby is a links of magnificent contrasts. The Club has hosted The Amateur, The Curtis Cup and many other national and international events. Formby, with its historic links and imposing clubhouse, will deliver a truly memorable experience for…

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July 2018

Worplesdon Golf Club

27th July 2018
Worplesdon Golf Club, Heath House Road
Woking, Surrey GU22 0RA United Kingdom
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The year round well maintained golf course itself is a place of tranquillity. It has a great layout calling for much thought to be given to shot placement. The short holes in particular are superb. The greens are excellent and amongst the best in Surrey. Built on predominantly Bagshot sand, the course drains well in the winter and becomes very much the inland links course the heathland courses are famed for in the summer. We do not use temporary greens…

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September 2018

Ladybank Golf Club

28th September 2018
Ladybank GC
Ladybank Golf Club

Originally laid out by Old Tom Morris as a 6-hole course in 1879, an extended 9 holes was played from 1910 and, with an addition of a further 9, the current 18-hole layout was opened in 1962. The new Clubhouse was opened in 1971 and Ladybank was accorded Final Open Qualifying status in 1978. The club has hosted a number of celebrated exhibition matches, not least of which in 1983, when two honorary members, Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros, played…

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October 2018

Bamburgh Castle GC

1st October 2018
Bamburgh Castle GC United Kingdom + Google Map

With views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and of Bamburgh Castle itself, the course has often been quoted, with good reason, as one of the most scenic in the whole of Britain. Bamburgh Castle Golf Club certainly offers one of the truest links courses in England and visiting players will enjoy an unforgettable golfing experience!

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The Berkshire GC

9th October 2018
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The Berkshire Golf Club

The Berkshire boasts two magnificent courses laid out by Herbert Fowler for the Office of Crown Lands in 1928. In the Club’s original handbook of 1930, Bernard Darwin observed that “Mr Fowler had laid out many fine courses in his time and that his art, having mellowed with experience, had gained in variety, in subtleness and in picturesqueness such that he has added two more to the select number of unquestionably first class inland Courses.”

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Piltdown GC

15th October 2018
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Piltdown GC

The building of the course on Piltdown was originally instigated by a German aristocrat, Count Munster, who lived in nearby Maresfield Park. He leased the land and commissioned a tenant farmer, George Varnum, to carve a course out of the wild gorse and heather. In just a few months, Varnum had prepared a 10-hole course and, such was its success, that J H Taylor was commissioned to add a further 8 holes. In 1938 the Club bought the freehold of…

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Delamere Forest GC

25th October 2018
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Delamere Forest Golf Club

Founded in 1910, and yet another fine example of a Herbert Fowler design, Delamere Forest Golf Club is widely regarded as one of the finest traditional heathland courses in England. The rolling fairways are interspersed with heather and gorse, crowned by fast, subtle greens typical of Fowler’s early designs. As a result, the course offers a fair but tough challenge……… rated as the best inland course in Cheshire, Delamere is a true “hidden gem”!

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Sherwood Forest GC

31st October 2018
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Sherwood Forest Golf Club

Originally designed by Harry Colt and subsequently enhanced by James Braid, the golf course is one of the oldest and finest heathland examples in Great Britain. Set among the pines, silver birch and oak trees of Clipstone Woods, within the legendary Sherwood Forest itself, England Golf, when staging the 2006 England Boys’ Amateur Strokeplay Championships described Sherwood Forest Golf Club as being “in a league of its own”. The Club has also hosted many other national competitions over the years,…

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March 2019

Thorpeness GC

31st March 2019
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Thorpeness Golf Club

Thorpeness was the brainchild of one Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie, a Scottish barrister and architect, who inherited the Suffolk Sizewell estate in 1908 and made it home, building a model holiday village with all of the accoutrements, including a golf course. James Braid was engaged to set out the golf course on what was then barren heathland, but Ogilvie added nearly a million trees across the estate to further enhance the natural environment. Requisitioned as a military hospital, tank training ground…

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