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London & South East 

Walton Heath Old & New

(Former Ryder Cup Venue)

Sunningdale Old & New

Swinley Forest

St Georges Hill

The Berkshire

Rye

Royal Cinque Ports

(Former British Open Venue)

Royal St Georges

(British Open Venue)

Princes

(Former British Open Venue)

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Sunningdale, Old & New

For many the Old is quite simply the best inland course in the country, scarcely altered since Willie Park Jnr wove it in amongst undulating heather and pine more than a century ago, yet still a test to intrigue stranger and old friend alike.

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Royal St Georges

Founded in 1887 and intended by its founder, Dr William Laidlaw Purves, to be a rival to St Andrew’s in the South of England, St George’s is consistently ranked amongst the leading courses in the World.

Walton Heath

Walton Heath is one of the world’s most highly regarded golf clubs, famous for its rich golfing and political history and the quality of its two exceptionally challenging heathland layouts, described by Jack Nicklaus as “wonderfully pure.” 

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The Berkshire

Founded in 1928, The Berkshire Golf Club is home to two Herbert Fowler designed courses, both of which are widely regarded as amongst the best in the British Isles. 

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Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey

Pennyhill Park is a luxury hotel and spa set in 123 acres of Surrey countryside with a host of individual experiences. We offer exceptional overnight breaks, Michelin starred dining, bespoke weddings, distinctive meetings and events, family celebrations and an award-winning spa.

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