In addition to being famous for its castles, pubs, and vibrant cities, England is also known for some of the most challenging golf courses in the world. With approximately 1900 golf clubs, there are more golf courses in England than Scotland, Wales and Ireland combined. The variation in design and settings makes England’s golf courses some of the most unique anywhere on earth. With its picturesque countryside, naturally beautiful coastline, and exciting nightlife, England is a golf destination you will want to return to over and over again.
Some of England’s most distinctive and challenging courses can be found within driving distance of London including Sunningdale, Walton Heath, Wentworth, and Royal Saint George’s. Immensely private clubs, they are a privilege to play which you will deeply appreciate as you set your ball on that first tee and look out over the landscape you are about to intimately experience.
Along England’s west coast, also know as England’s Golf Coast, is the world’s highest concentration of championship golf courses including Birkdale, Liverpool and Lytham & St Annes. Together these historic clubs have hosted the Open Championship over 30 times.