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English Golf – Parkland, Heathland & Links Photo Guide

By August 1, 2011August 4th, 2011No Comments

English GolfEngland is home to many a famous golf course. Open Championship venues including Royal St. George’s, Royal Birkdale and Royal Liverpool are at the forefront of English golf but there are those golfing gems that wait further inland. Courses that have been carved through stunning, ancient woodland are equally prominent as the classic links courses and there are also the stunning and challenging heathland courses to contend with.



Formby Golf

The awe inspiring layout at Formby brings the best of parkland and links golf together for 18 holes of golf at its best.



Formby

Bordered by trees Formby demands accuracy from the tee and the heavy rough that guards the greens will call on some Seve like magic to post a good score.



Old Thorns

The maturity of the woodland that surrounds Old Thorns gives many holes a feeling of utter isolation.



Old Thorns Golf

Stunning par 3s are a common feature on the best inland courses in England.



Hillside

The towering pines at Hillside Golf Club are unusual for a seaside golf course but they certainly add character to this stunning layout.



Hillside Golf

The greens at Hillside are well protected and accurate iron shots are a must in order to score well here.



Royal Lytham

Royal Lytham is another Open Championship venue.



Formby Hall

The sculpted lakes at Formby Hall provide a beautiful but deadly element to this Lancashire gem.



Downs Course 6th Hole

Goodwood features the mature trees that are common on established English courses…accurate driving is a must.



Downs Course Goodwood

Warning! Don’t overshoot this green. Knee-high rough lies in wait for any stray tee shots.



Windermere

Windermere Golf Club is a charming little course in Cumbria. The natural undulations provide some dramatic tee shots.



Royal Birkdale

Royal Birkdale is a famous name in English golf and is widely considered the best course in the country.



Hanbury Manor Golf

The sweeping undulations at Hanbury Manor perfectly compliment the mature woodland and hazardous rough.



Twighlight golf at Hanbury Manor can be a special experience.



Hanbury

The eclectic mixture of holes at Hanbury Manor offers the golfer the chance to open the shoulders on some of the holes and go for it with the driver.



Saunton

The two courses at Saunton are considered to be among the best in the country but are relatively unknown.



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Rory

Rory

The resident golf geek at Your Golf Travel. Have been lucky enough to have travelled far and wide playing golf and if I’m not writing about it at work, you will probably find me hacking it around my local course. Owner of 2 holes in one and some of the most crooked drives you have ever seen! www.yourgolftravel.com/ygt-rory

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