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Golfing In England & Wales

Often overlooked as a world-class golfing destination, both England and Wales offer so much in terms of quality golf courses and your visit can be easily combined with a trip to take in the great golf courses of Ireland and Scotland.

One only has to look at the courses that feature on the Open Championship Rota to get an idea of the depth of golf course quality. Royal Birkdale, Royal Lytham & St. Annes, Royal Liverpool and Royal St. Georges are all regular Open Championship venues, while the likes of Wentworth, Sunningdale and Celtic Manor in Wales, host to the 2010 Ryder Cup, are just some of the other venues that stand out.

The following information is structured in an easy-to-use format and is designed to give you the best possible introduction to England & Wales as a golfing destination. We very much look forward to assisting you with your plans.

North & North East
Mostly inland golf courses, with the exception of Seaton Carew; be sure to play Ganton and Moortown.
North West
The region richest in world-renowned courses, play the likes of Royal Birkdale, Hillside and Royal Lytham.
Never underestimate Welsh golf. Must-play courses include Royal St. David�s, Porthcawl and Celtic Manor.
South West
An area rich in hidden gems, some of the great courses include St. Mellion, Royal North Devon and Saunton.
South East
Featuring courses near London, you should play the likes of Wentworth, Sunningdale, Princes and Royal St. Georges.
Anglia & Midlands
Stretching from Wales to Norfolk, the many fine courses include The Belfry, Royal Cromer and Woodhall Spa.

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