Cornwall - Much like the Highlands of Scotland, Cornwall might take a bit of getting to but, make the effort,and you are richly rewarded. Something like 40 courses reside in Britain’s southernmost county and, among them, are Perranporth, Trevose, St Enodoc, Mullion and West Cornwall, an excellent collection of links courses. All quite different, all particularly memorable.
Devon - Devon is well known as a beautiful county, but it is a county of extraordinary and contrasting landscape and coastline. The northern coastline exposed to the Atlantic Ocean is rugged, rocky and spectacular where surfing and golf can sit in close proximity. The southern coast, however, is a more serene, picturesque with beautiful coves, jurassic rock formations, and gentler waters of the English Channel. In between is the vast expanse of moorland known as the Dartmoor National Park. Little wonder then that the great architects of their day were keen to leave their mark on the region, and they certainly left behind some superb tests of golf in wonderful surroundings.
Dorset - Most UK and Irish seaside courses are representative of what the British do best – links golf. However, there are also pockets of extremely fine non-links golf close to the coast, and Bournemouth in Dorset has an excellent array of top-notch heathland and parkland courses, offering a very welcome alternative.
Somerset - Is home to some of the most naturally beautiful golf courses in the South West of England, but the jewel in Somerset's crown is Burnham & Berrow.
Wiltshire - Home of some Downland classics - uniquely English golf courses.