Portrush & Causeway Coast

Inspired by The Open’s return to Portrush, your next great golf escape really should take you along Ireland’s majestic Causeway Coast – and its four Golf World Top 100 Golf Courses: Ireland layouts.

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UKNick Wright
Aberdeen, Scotland

Trump International’s birth has given added lustre to Aberdeen’s links portfolio and puts paid to any notion that quality golf in the east of Scotland ends in Fife.

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Cheshire, England

If you’re travelling to north-west England, you’d be wise to take your clubs with you because there’s everything from vintage links to classy heathlands and scenic parklands to enjoy, says Golf World.

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Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria

‘Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year’ in 2012, this Bulgarian region only offers three courses but, coupled with the climate and value, it’s more than enough to keep you occupied on a mini break.

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EuropeNick Wright
Paris, France

The perimeter of Paris is blessed with the finest collection of inland courses in Continental Europe – a group that includes the stage for the Ryder Cup in 2018.

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New York City

Host of the PGA Championship and within easy reach of some of America’s truly must play golf courses, there’s never been a better time to hit New York City to take a bite out of the Big Apple. Seventy-two hours in the city that never sleeps should just about do for the ultimate, long-weekend break. So here’s where to go and what to see, where to stay and what to play – as recommended by GW’s contributing editor and resident NYC expert, Brian Wacker...

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USANick Wright
England's Golf Coast…By Rail!

England’s Golf Coast, near Liverpool, boasts an incredible concentration of quality courses that should be on every golfer’s tick list – and many can be reached easily by train. We put Peter Masters on the 11:07am from Euston to Lime Street to investigate.

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East Lothian, Scotland

Although all eyes will soon be on the Auld Grey Toon, Gullane’s staging of the Scottish Open this July will showcase arguably Scotland’s finest area for golf, says Golf World.

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Barcelona, Spain

Combined with its culture, cuisine, football and nightlife, the capital of Catalunya and its environs is one of Europe’s finest city breaks, as Golf World discovers. 

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Isle of Arran

Playing the seven entertaining courses on this picture-postcard western Scottish island for £110 might well be your best decision ever, suggests Golf World.

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UKNick Wright
Carinthia, Austria

Warm summers, stunning landscapes and a cluster of challenging courses make Austria’s southernmost state a left-field but genuine alternative to the crush of Spain and Portugal, says Duncan Lennard.

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EuropeNick Wright
Costa Brava, Spain

Whether you’re all about golf, golf and more golf when you go on holiday or you prefer something a little extra away from the course or somewhere you can take the family as well, Costa Brava ticks all the boxes.

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Lisbon, Portugal

David Cameron has visited Cascais for his summer holidays and Golf World suggests golfers would be wise to follow the former British Prime Minister to this area of Lisbon.

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