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Golf Vacations to England

Immerse yourself in England’s rich history and excellent golf courses

England is not only the ideal destination for sightseers and historians, it’s also home to a number of world-renowned golf courses. A golf tour around England offers the chance to explore its picturesque, rolling countryside and visit some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, all while enjoying a lively social culture.

A patch of sunlight lights up the fairway at Formby Golf Club

Premier Golf can arrange a unique golf vacation to England for you. Our experienced and friendly representatives will take your specific wants and needs into account, and can offer recommendations on the best places to visit during your trip.

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World renowned golf courses
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Picturesque countryside scenery
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Age-old history
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World famous landmarks
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Great nightlife and pub scene
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Best time to visit: April to September

The Best Golf in England

Royal Lytham and St Annes

The best of the North East

For the finest golf in England, look no further than the Northwest Coastline. With the Open rota trio of ‘Royals’ Royal Birkdale,  Royal Lytham & St Annes and Royal Liverpool all situated within a short drive.

Lesser know Hillside and Formby complete the line-up of exceptional links in the region.

St Georges Hill Golf Club in England

The best of the South West

Southern England is known for its sunnier climate as well as golf courses. In the Surrey sand belt, west of London, sit Sunningdale, Swinley Forest, Walton Heath, St George’s Hill, and The Berkshire.

Further south, on the Kent coast is the iconic links trio of Prince’s, Royal Cinque Ports, and Open venue, Royal St George’s.

What Makes Golfing in England Special?

England’s golfing history dates back to the 18th century, when the Royal Blackheath golf club, the first English golf club, was formed in 1766. The Royal North Devon golf course also opened in 1864 and the two are now among the oldest golf courses in the world. Since then, England has hosted some of the best golf tournaments, from the Open Championship to the Ryder Cup and numerous annual tour events.

The Sunningdale and Swinley Forest courses in Ascot, Royal St George’s course in Kent, which hosted the 2021 Open Championship, and the Royal Birkdale in Southport (voted the number one golf course in England) represent the best of England’s golf courses.

With a golf trip to England, you’ll have a chance to experience the breathtaking countryside views and an abundance of centuries-old architecture, including the iconic landmarks, Big Ben, Stonehenge, and Buckingham Palace. And let’s not forget about food and drink. Live like a local and prepare for a round with a hearty Full-English Breakfast, before quenching your thirst with a pint of cask ale in a local pub after the 18th hole.

Undulating dunes at Royal St Georges Golf Club Links

Book Your Golf Vacation to England with Premier Golf

Founded and operating since 1988, with offices in London, Premier Golf can arrange custom golf vacations to England and an array of other idyllic destinations.

Our representatives are on hand to answer any questions you may have, ensure you receive premium customer service, and help you experience the golfing vacation of your dreams.

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England FAQs

There are around 2,000 golf courses in England, with some of these courses being centuries old, such as the Royal North Devon. England has more golf courses than the rest of the UK put together and there are some fantastic places to tee off in the South (known for being warmer and more temperate) and the Northwest coast (known for the “Royals” trio – the Royal Birkdale, Royal Lytham & St Annes, and the Royal Liverpool).

The best time of year to visit England for golfing is in the Summer season and the months from May to September will see the warmest weather. Winter can get very cold and temperatures drop in September, which is the start of the autumn season, and can also see a lot of rain, but can also be mild and dry depending on the year. June and July tend to be the warmest months in England and will also be when the courses are at their busiest.

The most major tournament hosted and played in England is The Open Championship which also includes 6 courses in England that have hosted the tournament, with Royal St Georges, Royal Liverpool, Royal Birkdale, and Royal Lytham St Annes being the most recent.

You can book and fully customize your golf tour across England with Premier Golf, including visits to the popular regions and courses of the Northwest coast and the Southeast.