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England

walk in the footsteps of golf’s legends

England is a destination that can’t be missed.

Home to four Open Championship venues, one of the most vibrant cities in the world and historic charm that includes both a royal monarchy and rock royalty, a journey to England can really have it all.

Bucket List chasers will be at home in Southport where you have access to three Open rota courses: Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool (Hoylake) and Royal Lytham & St Annes, not to mention visiting the birthplace of the Beatles. Or perhaps you’d prefer to spend your mornings playing the top ranked courses of Sunningdale (Old & New), Swinley Forest and St George’s Hill before taking in London’s top sights in the afternoon followed by dinner and a show in the city’s West End theatre district.

Whatever your pleasure, England is a destination that can’t be missed. 

THE PERFECT GOLF TRAVEL EXPERIENCE. EVERYTIME.
Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club
Westminster Palace
Royal Liverpool Golf Club
Tower Bridge Over River Thames
The Royal St George's Golf Club
Hillside Golf Club
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Formby Golf Club England
Formby Golf Club

Often regarded as the most picturesque course along England’s Golf Coast, Formby is a wonderful combination of a links style course within a Heathland setting of lush pines. 

Royal Birkdale Golf Club England
Royal Birkdale

Ranked 23rd in the world, Royal Birkdale has hosted nearly every major professional and amateur championship, including two Ryder Cups and ten Open Championships.

Sunningdale Golf Club England
Sunningdale

With two courses ranked in the Top 100 (Old Course – no 15 and New Course – no 35), it’s hard to find a better 36-hole combination in the world than Sunningdale.

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