England

England is a country, which is part of the United Kingdom. It shares land borders with Wales to its west and Scotland to its north. England is separated from continental Europe by the North Sea to the east and the English Channel to the south. Although many golf tourists flock to Scotland and Ireland, England does have some of the best golf courses in the world and is often host to major golf tournaments, like the European Tour. Also many World Golf Championships are played in England and of course a few golf courses are hosts for The Open Championship, the British Major.

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7.8
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Played on: 17 June 2021
Handicap while playing: 39.0
Bransford Golf Club

Beautiful 18 holes course! Greenkeepers did a amazing job. Exciting holes, especially the back nine. Great value for money. Range is oke (no woods allowed) putting & chipping green good, but all other facilities are a bit Eastern Europe. I recommend investing in a proper hole 19.

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7.5
jg
Played on: 16 June 2021
Handicap while playing: 16.0
Dunston Hall Golf Club

A really nice golf venue with ‘country club’ facilities on site too. Quite a test the first time round the course with several water hazards and some tight tee shots as the course winds through the lovely Norfolk countryside. Very much on the golf package circuit and well worth a couple of rounds to fully appreciate the course. Just beware that the bars and catering tend …

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7.9
Played on: 10 June 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.0
Vardon Course

A lovely course, great friendly opening hole and the course carries on in that fashion. Very welcoming to the course and greens were excellent in my opinion. If you are looking for a good place to play this is it. Some great holes and rewards to be had with careful play.

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5.9
da
Played on: 12 June 2021
Handicap while playing: 14.9
Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club

The "5" rating, under "greens, fairways & teeboxes" refers to the paths on the course. They are terrible. Large, jagged rocks on sandy paths, which go down steep slopes & back up again on many holes & between green and tee. You need suspension on your trolley! Greens & fairways were fine. Another unusual feature of this course is the walkers enjoying the coastal paths. T…

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6.9
jg
Played on: 12 May 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.0
The Heights Course

With the recent post-lockdown surge in demand, it can be quite hard to get a round away from your home course at short notice. It was, then, something of a Hobson's choice for a round with a mate on a last minute trip to East Kent. Stonelees is very much a 'what you see is what you get' pay and play course and we weren't, frankly, expecting much when we turned up. However…

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8.0
jg
Played on: 12 May 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.1
Bernard Hunt Course

One of the many top notch golf venues in what used to be called the stockbroker belt in Surrey. As they say on their website, it's a 'country club and resort' as well as having three golf courses from which to choose. I've only played the Bernard Hunt course which is a great challenge in all senses. Very hilly with plenty of trees and water to spice things up. Keep it str…

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9.0
Played on: 11 May 2021
Handicap while playing: 15.0
Bernard Hunt Course

Such an excellent course the only downside was my golf! Ever thing in such good condition played off the white tees which gave an extra challenge Every hole is well maintained and since I last played here so much work has been done improving it even further. A course to play if you get a chance you won’t find many finer than this.

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7.6
Played on: 5 May 2021
Handicap while playing: 16.0
Addington Golf Club (The)

A club offering so much and a real delight to come back and play. The club are undergoing a massive renovation project so hard to write as good a review as when I previously played it. Nevertheless still a great course some fantastic greens but the amount of gur didn’t really put higher up the order. Only 3 practice nets so this brought overall score down On a plus po…

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7.8
jg
Played on: 6 May 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.0
Addington Golf Club (The)

Although the course is currently undergoing complete renovation, it’s still a great place for a round in the London area. Very hilly in places with lots of ravines and twists and turns to navigate. The views over London in places are spectacular. Very warm welcome at the halfway house and the 19th hole to round off the experience. Highly recommended, particular when the w…

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8.8
Played on: 22 April 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.5
Westgate & Birchington Golf Club

played here yesterday one the fog had lifted. There have been a great deal of improvements to the course of the last 9+ months. Greens are running medium-fast and true. Fairways and tee areas all well manicured. There have been a number of bunkers that have been completely redesigned and renovated, with revetting to all faces and drainage incorporated to prevent pooling o…

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Play golf in England

In England you will find a wide variety of golf courses, from challenging links courses to picturesque park golf courses. Golf has quite a long history in England. According to Blackheath Golf Club it was formally instituted in 1608, but Royal North Devon was formed in 1864 and remains the oldest course in England still playing along its original fairways. Several famous English golf clubs are Royal St. Georges, Royal Birkdale, Sunningdale, Swinley Forest, Woodhall Spa and Woburn. But England has over 1,800 golf courses to choose from, most of them are really worth a visit! Some hotspots in England for a golftrip are the coast of Kent, the coast running from Blackpool to Liverpool, the area south west of London (Ascot and Woking), the Cornwall coast and the area near Bournemouth and Poole. From its legendary landmarks and bustling cities to its rolling emerald hills, England is an unmissable country of contrasts. London is a must when visiting England, but if you love art make sure to visit Liverpool’s dynamic art scene. If you are more into nature, then Cornwall’s sun-drenched beaches, Kent's fruit-growing orchards or the mysterious Stonehenge are definitely worth a visit. Getting to England is not a real problem. London has six major airports: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Stansted and London Southend. Other large airports in England are Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Newcastle. And since 1994 you can also travel to England via the Channel Tunnel.
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