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Our golf travel consultants will be pleased to assist in planning your golf trip with hotel and England golf courses recommendations through your submission of our convenient online form. We selected for you the major England golf courses, the best accommodations, for your pervect golf vacation.

 De Vere Brabazon Course

The Brabazon Course at the Belfry Hotel, three-time venue of the Ryder Cup Matches, affords a certain privilege for golfers playing this historic course. Most recently, the hotel hosted the Ryder Cup in 1993 and a fourth return of the international event is scheduled in 2001.

Suggested accommodations while visiting De Vere Brabazon Course: De Vere Belfry.


Opened in 1884, the course remained unchanged until 1978. At that time the 8th, 9th, and 10th holes had to be rebuilt due to erosion. Mother Nature has taken this land and has easily fashioned it into one of the best golf courses in Northwest England. The Formby has hosted the British Amateur Championship three times.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Formby: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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Many great championships have been played at Hillside. Adjacent to Royal Birkdale, locals deem this course one of the greatest courses in the area. With a few holes snaking along the coast, Hillside is sure to test the best golfing skills.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Hillside: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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Royal Birkdale

The scene of both Ryder Cup Matches and British Open competitions, Birkdale is one of the world's foremost seaside links courses. Hidden among the dunes along the Irish Sea, the unpredictable winds pose a fickle but intriguing challenge.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Royal Birkdale: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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 Royal Liverpool

The site of more British Open Championships than any other course in England, Royal Liverpool demands as much skill and courage as some of the world's greatest courses. Founded in 1864, it is considered one of the premier links courses in England.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Royal Liverpool: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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Royal Lytham and St. Annes

One of the oldest courses in the world, Royal Lytham and St. Annes most recently hosted the 2001 British Open. A strong, predominantly westerly wind demands a straight shot and precise putting.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Royal Lytham and St. Annes: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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 Royal St. Georges

The course was founded in 1887 by two Scottish gentlemen, Dr. Laidlaw Purves and Henry Lamb, after what can only be described as a rather eccentric venture. Within seven short years the Open Championship had 'come south' and St. Georges was the first English venue.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Royal St. Georges: Washington Mayfair, Stoke Park.

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Stoke Poges

It has been recognized as a must play while you are in London. A testing course designed by Harry Colt, which has a rich history and located in the beautiful Stoke Park Club estate.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Stoke Poges: Washington Mayfair, Stoke Park.

Walton Heath Golf Club

The course was designed in 1903 by Herbert Fowler who used natural hollows and channels for drainage, so the fairways equal the best on any seaside links, and quickly dry out even after a severe storm. Erratic shots, wide of the prepared surface are wickedly punished and weekend players are tormented in awful fashion.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Walton Heath Golf Club: Washington Mayfair,
Stoke Park.

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 Wentworth (West) Course

The West Course is one of England's most storied inland courses, having been the site of many classic matches and host to the 1953 Ryder Cup. It was also here that young Seve Ballesteros after eagling the 18th hole took the World Match Play Championship into extra holes, finally beating Arnold Palmer.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Wentworth (West) Course: Washington Mayfair, Stoke Park.

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 Southport and Ainsdale

With panoramic views of the Cumberland Mountains in the background, this course has hosted the Ryder Cup and the Ladies British Open.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Southport and Ainsdale: Clifton Arms, Crabwall Manor.

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Sunningdale Golf Club

Founded over 90 years ago on the borders of Berkshire, Sunningdale is recognized by many famous golfers as the most attractive inland course in Britain.

Suggested accommodations while visiting Sunningdale Golf Club: Washington Mayfair, Stoke Park.

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There is no doubt about the beauty and challenge offered by the England golf courses. Combine the fabulous golf with the distinct culture and history of the country, and you have an ideal destination for the golf traveller.

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