Where to play Golf in the UK

Some of the places where you can play golf while in the UK

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If you are an avid golf lover on vacation in the UK, there are many locations with beautiful, top-rated golf courses at your disposal. Spending your vacation golfing in the UK can be an incredible experience that you will never forget. Here is a look at some of the places where you can play golf while in the UK. Golf Courses in Wales Wales is a small country within the United Kingdom that is often overlooked as a golfing destination.

This country has some of the best golf clubs and courses that are as good as some of the other more famous and well known clubs. Some of the best golf courses in the area are: – The Roman Road Course – Located at the Celtic Manor, it offers one of the best sceneries. The course is very challenging but is not too physically demanding. It hosts the All Star Club and also been home to the Celtic Manor Wales Open. – The Montgomerie Course – It is also located at the Celtic Manor and is named after the legendry golf player, Colin Montgomerie, who also designed this course.

 The Montgomerie Course is very intricate and is quite exquisite as well. It is known for its extremely deep pot bunkers and has a panoramic view from some of its tees that rival even the best courses in UK. – Royal St. Davids is another famous course in Wales that is internationally renowned. The course’s sand makes the intermediate shots really challenging. The weather conditions also add to the complexity of the course. The course has hosted events and championships of both professional and amateur grades.

Other Popular Golf Courses in the UK The United Kingdom is home to some of the best golf courses in the world. The following is a look at some of the more popular courses found here. – Royal St. Georges – Located at Kent, this course is considered extremely challenging but highly rewarding. It has some of the deepest bunkers in the UK, fairways that are really tight and that are topped off with really slick greens. This course has hosted The Open Championship a number of times. – Gleneagles – This beautiful golf course has hosted some of the biggest tournaments.

 It is considered the most beautiful inland course in the UK. The course boasts a very well designed landscape with natural plant life, as well as well-designed layouts. – Woodhall Spa – This Lincolnshire spa has a golf course which really is a hidden gem. The spa’s Hotchkin course is rated really high. In fact, it is considered to be one of the most under-rated courses by various reputed Golf publications.

Last year, it hosted The English Amateur Trophy. – St. Andrews – This exclusive golf course in Scotland is the world’s oldest course and is rated as the world’s No.1 golf course. Some of the course’s unique features include huge double greens in which seven of the greens are shared by two holes each. Another unique feature is that the course can be played either clockwise or anti-clockwise. It’s traditional that courses be played clockwise only.

Source by jamiehanson