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Welcome to the most prestigious and most definitive ranking of the best golf courses in Great Britain and Ireland.

31 North Berwick

North Berwick is one of the few courses where one feels that to change it would be sacrilege, such is its history, quirkiness and unique nature.

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32 County Louth

Bunkers have been upgraded all over this former Irish Open venue (Shane Lowry won in 2009) in the fishing village of Baltray (its affectionate name).

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33 Wentworth (West)

A fall for The West, indicative of the panel’s feelings on the changes which have altered its character.

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34 The Berkshire (Red)

The 10th tee on the Red has been re-modelled and the heather carries have been re-established.

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35 St Enodoc

St Enodoc continues to invest heavily, with further alterations to the 13th, including re-shaping and enlarging the green and two additional fairway bunkers.

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36 Royal Aberdeen

Royal Aberdeen made an especially good job of hosting the Walker Cup last year; the links played and looked magnificent, despite inclement weather.

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37 Prestwick

The St Andrews of Scotland’s west coast, a round here is part playing golf, part history lesson. It has unique holes and features at every turn with the first and last six the originals.

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38 West Sussex

A few trees have been removed at this delightful woodland-heathland course, but nothing which affects play markedly.

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39 Formby

Host of the Amateur Championship – producing winners of the quality of Olazabal and Manassero – and the Curtis Cup, Formby is tweaking its wonderful, angled par-5 3rd.

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40 Royal Porthcawl

Royal Porthcawl will host the Welsh Senior Open in 2013 and the British Senior Open the following year – and competitors will discover several new developments on  the finest course in Wales.

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