The King’s course is so good that when charismatic American Lee Trevino stepped onto the 1st tee for the first time he quipped: “If heaven is as good as this, I hope they reserve me a tee time!” It is therefore hardly surprising that the King’s has emerged at the head of our Top 100 2-FORE!-1 Courses listing.
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The Ailsa isn’t the be-all-and-end-all of golf at Turnberry you know. Although the legendary Ailsa is one of the world’s most revered links layouts it is superbly supported by the stunning Kintyre course. If it was virtually anywhere else in the UK, the Kintyre would be given a higher profile.
St Mellion is a terrific Cornish venue which is the flagship of Crown Golf, the biggest course proprietor in the UK. It will make a welcome return to the big time – the European Tour – in 2013.
A five-star venue – on and off the course, The Grove provides an unforgettable experience and golfing day out from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave.
The PGA Centenary will stage the first Ryder Cup in Scotland in 2014 and it’s certain to be a memorable encounter. But the layout has undergone major surgery since Jack Nicklaus’ original design.
A quality links in a spectacular location on the North Wales coast, Conwy has recently staged several prestigious events including the Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open and European Amateur Team Championship.
The steel town of Scunthorpe is synonymous with great sporting names like Kevin Keegan, Ray Clemence, Tony Jacklin and… Forest Pines golf course!
A classic Harry Colt links layout, even though the vast majority of the action takes place away from the coast. Trevose has a terrific variety of holes and the greens are back to top form after suffering problems a little while back.
Not the best of settings – Seaton Carew unfashionably sits amid the industrial heart of Teesside – but the best of links courses.
Slaley Hall – the so-called ‘Augusta of the North’ - is widely regarded as the best golfing venue in the north east and it’s easy to see why.
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Smash slow play with the new issue, plus range finders tested, and how to take control on the tee.