Golf Courses (All)
The map of Golf courses showcases the golf courses in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Vaul Golf Club in Scotland offers one of the best golf experiences in Europe. Resting on the North Sea, it has the perfect links landscape with some of the highest dunes in Scotland as a backdrop. The Vaul Golf Club's main attraction is the Vaul national championship golf course. The course is a links-type design and features the world's longest left to the right hole, about two kilometres long. The golf course is considered the no. 1 site of Scottish links and is suitable for international competitions.
Found in the beautiful county of Somerset, the Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club in West Somerset, England, is a breath-taking course that has been in existence since 1892. The course comprises narrow fairways and rolling hills, with dog legs to challenge even the most skilled player. The Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club is a nationally renowned course and has hosted professional tournaments such as the PGA Cup. The fairways are well maintained, with golfers enjoying a spectacular golf course that is the jewel in the crown of West Somerset. The main attraction of the course is the clifftop holes. The 18th hole at the Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club is a par-5 that the longest hitters can reach in two shots. The course has a generous rough, so getting into the short grass is essential. This hole will be one that will be talked about for years to come. The Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club is a pleasant, relaxed course that appeals to all golfers. The clubhouse and facilities at the Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club are first class, and the friendly staff will ensure you have a warm welcome. Before you tee off, take time out to enjoy the superb views over the Bristol Channel and not forgetting a delicious meal in the clubhouse.
The Alderney Golf Club was founded in 1888, and Fred Hawtree designed the course. The Club is located in a small valley surrounded by sand dunes and the sea, and it is one of the few golf courses in England with a true links design. The course is located on two different islands. The first nine holes are located on the island of Alderney, and the second nine holes are located on Burhou Island.
The Alderney Golf Club is a prestigious private club, which includes prominent local businesses owners and sports personalities. There are weekly competitions for members with a handicap ranging from single figures to +25. The course has hosted several tournaments, including the Jersey Open and the Channel Islands Invitational. The Club has hosted visiting professionals such as Peter Alliss. The Club was founded by the members of the local garrison, who had returned after World War I. The Alderney Golf Club's main attraction is – or instead was – its location. The Island of Alderney is an island on the English Channel, and it is relatively isolated from England and France and their golf courses. The Alderney Golf Club was previously listed as the most remote golf club in the world, but that title has now been taken by the Sandaig Golf Club, which is located on the island of Skye. The Alderney Golf Club has no resident members, and the course is open to visitors. The Club provides lodging for visitors who wish to play on the course.