England’s newest golf course inspired by history

Ramside Cathedral Course

Ramside Hall Hotel and Golf Club, County Durham’s leading golf resort and hotel, opens its new 18-hole championship golf course in July – calling it ‘Cathedral Course’ – in honour of nearby Durham Cathedral. The North East’s newest course takes its name from Durham Cathedral – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Europe’s …

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The Renaissance Club launches ‘One Time Only’ golf experience

The Renaissance Club, Scotland

The Renaissance Club (TRC), one of the world’s most exclusive golf clubs, is opening its doors to non-members to experience what it’s like to call this Scottish super-club your home course. The Renaissance Club is calling it the “One Time Experience” and says it’s for anyone that loves the game of golf. The chance to …

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Luxury golf tours on the Royal Scotsman

Royal Scotsman sleeper train

The Royal Scotsman, the UK’s only luxury sleeper train, has launched a new five day golf tour exploring some of Scotland’s greatest golf courses. Departing from Edinburgh on 18th May and 22nd September 2014, the train travels through the Scottish Highlands, transporting guests between world class golf courses in the height of luxury.   From …

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New tourist trail showcases Suffolk’s Golf and Ale

Adnam's Brewery Tours are one of the best tourist attractions in Suffolk

Hotel groups aims to attract golfers for pints and pars TA Hotel Collection, owners of Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club in Suffolk, are seeking to attract more golf tourists to the county with the launch of a new trail combining real ale tours and classic seaside golf courses. Thorpeness Golf Club is already one of …

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Golf hotel’s dry invite after wettest summer on record

Thorpeness Golf Club is a riot of colour - gorse, heather and pine trees

England and Wales has officially experienced the wettest summer for 100-years in 2012, according to new figures released by the Press Association, leaving golfers frustrated at cancelled competitions and golf breaks. New figures released by MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, showed that 14.25in (362mm) of rain has fallen in June, July and …

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Open Championship links unveils golfers lodge

Golfer's lodge at Prince's Golf Club

Prince’s Golf Club, on England’s Kent coast, has unveiled its new Lodge at Prince’s accommodation for stay-and-play golfers. The Kent links hosted The Open Championship in 1932 and is situated between the historic coastal towns of Deal and Sandwich, the latter being home to Royal St George’s Golf Club. The 38-bedroom lodge was opened on …

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