The weather is warming up, golf season is in full swing and luckily for you, there are over 2500 golf courses in the UK for you to choose from.
We have picked our top 10 golf breaks in the UK, from championship courses to sensational parkland courses, to suit any and every golfer.
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The Belfry Golf Resort
The Belfry is located in the heart of the West Midlands, just 20 minutes from Birmingham and is widely recognised as one of the greatest golf resorts in the UK. With the three on-site courses, The Brabazon, PGA National and Derby, this resort renowned for hosting “Four” Ryder Cups on numerous occasions.
The Belfry hotel perfectly matches the quality of the golf courses. Facilities on-site include a 12-room treatment spa, relaxation rooms, finishing studio and leisure club. So, you can kick back and relax after a long round or visit on one of the many places to eat and the legendary Bel Air nightclub.
East Sussex National
Set in 1100 acres of rolling countryside, East Sussex blends in with the beautiful, natural environment.
The resort is home to The East and West golf courses. Both are championship standard courses that will provide a great test of golf to guests and combine to make a truly enjoyable golf break.
They also offer 104 quality guestrooms with views of the golf course, plus the spa facilities are second to none. Guests have their pick of dining options, from seafood to prime steak, the award-winning restaurants are sure to impress whilst you relax after a day on the golf course.
With a beautiful setting and excellent facilities, Carden Park is ideal for activity filled weekends and golf breaks in the UK. You can experience unique rounds of golf on the two stunning golf courses, the Cheshire Course and the Nicklaus Course.
Carden Park also has a driving range, short game practice areas, Custom Fitting Studio as well and a PGA Academy.
There’s also a leisure centre with pool, sauna and gym, a hairdressers and a three-acre vineyard, producing sparkling wine.
The 4* Slaley Hall Hotel, formerly known as De Vere Slaley Hall, is built into an Edwardian Mansion, and offers world-class golf, great food and excellent leisure facilities.
Their two championship layouts are maintained to a very high standard, so it is no wonder they have hosted no less than eight European Tour and Senior Tour events.
There are two championship courses, first The Huntings which provides a challenging approach for any golfer, whilst The Priestman presents its own challenges in the form of numerous water hazards.
Relax after a long day at the whiskey snug. An area for golfers to indulge in high-quality bourbon, while discussing the days play.
Close house was the proud venue for the 2017 British Masters on the European Tour. It boasts two 18-hole golf courses, a state-of-the-art driving range, a golf academy and Lee Westwood as the attached Tour Pro.
It also provides an incredible 16 suite bedroom accommodation and enjoy the charming atmosphere of the No.19 Restaurant.
Celtic Manor Golf Resort
Celtic Manor offers the ultimate year-round golfing getaway for golfer’s of all levels.
It is home to three stunning championship golf courses including the Montgomerie, Roman Road and the Twenty Ten Course which was specifically designed to host the 2010 Ryder Cup.
After a long day of golf, you can return inside the amazing resort to relax in the indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, state of the art gym and luxurious spa, as well as a host of bars and restaurants. You are sure to find something to keep you entertained between rounds.
The Vale Resort is situated in the superb surroundings of rural Glamorgan. Nestled in 600 acres of beautiful countryside.
It has two championship golf courses for all golfers to enjoy. The Lake Course is a customer favourite and has an abundance of brilliantly designed holes. The Wales National is known for being one of the longest courses outside of the USA, measuring in at a colossal 7,433-yards from the championship tees.
It has 143 beautifully furnished bedrooms, a great range of dining options and first-class leisure facilities for the perfect weekend getaway.
Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club
This fantastic golf resort is nestled in 10,000 acres of countryside and is home to two top golf courses. Choose either the former host of the British Masters, the Forest of Arden Golf Course or the slightly shorter Aylesford Course, both provide a fun and challenging round of golf.
It offers everything needed for a relaxing golf break including 214 beautifully decorated rooms, fantastic leisure facilities and award-winning dining options.
The Gleneagles Hotel
One of Scotland’s top golf resorts, Gleneagles hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup on the PGA Centenary Course and the 2019 Solheim Cup.
Dining options in this resort are nothing short of perfection, housing the only two-star Michelin restaurant in all of Scotland, plus you can enjoy some traditional activities in horse riding and clay pigeon shooting off the course.
Carnoustie Golf Hotel & Spa
The Carnoustie Golf Hotel and Spa is home to three courses, the championship course, the Burnside and Buddon Link. The championship golf course has hosted The Open six times and has been voted as the top course in Scotland numerous times over the years.
Following a day on the golf course you can find everything you need here, with facilities including an extensive spa featuring a heated swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool and steam rooms.
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