From the cream of Cornwall in the deep south west of England to a bright northern golfing 'light' in Perthshire. Great quality 2-FORE!-1 courses are dotted all over the UK and below is ample proof...
*Scarcroft, West Yorks - A quality undulating parkland course, laid out in 1937 by Major Charles Mackenzie, in its own right.
*The Vale Resort (Wales National, pictured), South Wales - Top championship layout which has developed a fearsome reputation owing to its length, but that shouldn’t put higher handicappers off: there are several tees to play from and plenty of respite and memorable holes too.
*Perranporth, Cornwall - Braid clifftop classic which dramatically overlooks the seaside town’s golden sandy beach and Atlantic. It’s quirky - you’re required to hit a number of ‘blind’ drives between towering sand dunes, but you’ll probably never have as much fun on a golf course.
*King James VI, Scotland - Hidden Perthshire Old Tom Morris gem. Historic King James is believed to be Scotland’s only inland island course – it proudly sits on Moncreiffe Island where it has resided since 1897.
*Bridport & West Dorset, Dorset - Intriguing clifftop layout and though not long still provides a sporting challenge, specially the sensational par-3 6th signature hole with the green sitting 90ft below the elevated tee.
*Breadsall Priory (Priory course), Derbys - The no.1 choice of two 18-hole courses at this popular Marriott venue, the Priory offers a tight and demanding set of holes around undulating parkland.