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England boasts an extremely diverse golfing landscape, with tremendous golf courses that form the building blocks for amazing golf tours.
We can commence your tour in Southport is ‘England's Golfing Capital', which is arguably the finest golfing area in the country, with links courses of the highest quality packed in with remarkable density.
Within easy striking distance of one another are no less than three links layouts that feature regularly on the Open Championship rota - Royal Birkdale, Lytham and St. Annes, and Royal Liverpool (often called Hoylake).
These star attractions are ably supported by the relatively undiscovered gems such as Hesketh, West Lancashire, Ormskirk, Formby Hall and Hillside, which underline that Southport is not only a good night out, it is also among the best places in the world to enjoy a golf tour of the purest quality.
We will move to the Kent coastline which is renowned for its golfing wares, and is actually home to three historical Open Championship venues. The seaside stretching along the coast around Sandwich is the focal point for one of England's most impressive collection of links golf.
At the heart of the complete Kent area is Royal St George's, an epic links course carved into a minefield of God-given sand dunes. This remarkable club is a regular on the Open rotation, and is arguably England's best seaside course.
Its neighbours are almost as noteworthy, and are able supporters in this great triumvirate; Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's are classic and traditional links courses, and are certainly carved from the mould of the golfing purist's dream. For unedited seaside golf, these Kent gems are pretty hard to beat.
From Kent to the world’s most exciting city, London. London is best known as one of the world's leading cosmopolitan cities, but it is also encircled by some truly extraordinary golf courses. In stark contrast to the urban sprawl of the metropolis, the verdant parkland, particularly of Surrey and Berkshire, is packed with world renowned golfing landmarks.
Just outside the city's fringes are tucked names like Wentworth, Sunningdale, Walton Heath and The Grove, which together are enough to make the heart of any knowledgeable golfer skip a beat. These most prominent names are supported by an army of outstanding courses, all of which are within easy striking distance of the capital.
Endless golfing delights are complemented by the famous culture, sights and nightlife of London.