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Woburn Dukes

The historical Woburn Abbey is the setting for this wonderful course, the first of 3 built (followed by the Duchess and Marquis courses) in the, relatively recent, 1970s. A host

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Aroeira Golf Resort (I & II) Review: Affordable & Well-Kept Courses ONLY 30-Mins From Lisbon

Only 30 minutes’ drive from Lisbon airport, this resort is a great place for a summer getaway. Set within an affluent area on Portugal’s west coast, south-west of Lisbon, 2

Lough Erne Golf Resort, Northern Ireland

The Lough Erne Golf Resort is a relative newcomer to the Northern Ireland golfing ranks. Located just outside the town of Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, it can be reached from

Royal Portrush Golf Club – Valley Course, Northern Ireland

The little brother of the world famous Royal Portrush Dunluce, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in the wrong place when you pull into the car park and see

Wimbledon Park Golf Club, England

This wonderfully kept course in the south west of London is set on lush parkland under the watchful eye of the All England Lawn Tennis Club – high class neighbours

Mitcham Golf Club, England

With the first tee only 50 yards from the nearby train station, you’d be searching for a long time to find a course in London with better transport links. Easily

Stoke Park Golf Club, England

Wow. Where to start? Stoke Park was good enough for James Bond – you can be damn sure it’s good enough for you! Set on a sprawling estate near Windsor

Richmond Park Golf Club, England

Not to be confused with The Richmond Golf Club, Richmond Park sits on the south side of Richmond Park in southwest London and hosts two courses – the Prince’s and

London Scottish/Wimbledon Common Golf Club, England

A curious case of two clubs sharing the same course, with different starting holes on either side of the expansive Wimbledon common in south west London. Both can be accessed

Ballycastle Golf Club, Northern Ireland

The north coast of Northern Ireland should need no introduction to any self-respecting golfer, but it’s not all Portrush and Portstewart – there are some cracking courses to be had

Scrabo Golf Club, Northern Ireland

Found at the top of the Ards peninsula in County Down and set around the imposing Scrabo Tower, this Northern Irish course might not have the same world renown as