The 6720 yard par 72 course is full of character and presents a variety of challenges to golfers of all abilities, with its undulating landscape, trees and ponds. The main feature is a large glacial swale which meanders its way to the river Yare creating many interesting tee and green locations.
Preston Golf Club is set in 120 acres of stunning, tranquil parkland and is a superb 6,278 yard, par 71 course that dates back to 1892 with the design influenced by such luminaries as James Braid, Harry Varden, Alistair Mackenzie and Sandy Herd.
Northumberland Golf Club has a standard scratch of 72 over 6,687 yards which is representative both of the distance of the course as well as the challenges that lie in wait for you there. You will find some tricky hazards to overcome and successfully negotiate to score well.
Beautifully situated par 70 parkland course with stunning view of the surrounding countryside.
Carus Green Golf Club is at times testing with the rivers Kent, Mint and Sprint meandering through the course offering challenges to every level of golfer.
Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Kirkbymoorside Golf Club combines breathtaking views with a challenging golf course consisting of some of the most unique holes you are ever likely to encounter. The course is made up of 18 parkland holes with a par of 69.
Gaudet Luce Golf Course has two contrasting loops of holes. The front 9 is tight and requires good course management policy, in particular the long 9th, with its tight out of bounds along the right hand side. The back nine in contrast is a lot more open and longer, with a network of water features.
This magnificent heathland course, designed by the legendary architect Harry Colt, is consistently ranked among the top 100 courses in the British Isles. The course, which dates back to 1892, has great coastal views across The Solent to the Isle of Wight and if you fancy arriving at the course in style, there is a ferry that can take you to the course across the water.
The Trilby Tour returns to this illustrious venue with strategically-contoured holes that blend naturally into the surrounding countryside. The course provides a challenging game of golf, topped off by four lakes and 135 bunkers that makes full use of the terrain and natural elements.
A course as challenging as it is beautiful, Hull Golf Club, designed in 1908 by the legendary Sir James Braid, is the 2017 Trilby Tour International Grand Final venue. The 5 time Open Champion has created a challenging and memorable masterpiece highly regarded as one of the region’s premier golf courses with over a 100 years of history.