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England Northwest

The finest courses in the north of England are to be found on the Lancashire coast, on a stretch of golfing terrain that is the envy of many other areas. Basing yourself in, say, the Prince of Wales Hotel in Southport places Royal Birkdale, Formby, Hillside and Southport and Ainsdale all within 15 minutes' drive, and Royal Liverpool and Royal Lytham and St Annes - scene of Open victories by Bobby Jones, Gary Player and Seve Ballesteros - are accessible within an hour.

Ranked 61st best golf course in the world and 5th best in England, Royal Lytham & St. Annes is the most northerly of the English championship...

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Ranked 31st best golf course in the world, originally designed in 1889 by George Lowe Jr., but was drastically redesigned by Fred Hawtree and...

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An underrated and must-play hidden gem neighboring Royal Birkdale. Founded in 1911, but completely redesigned by Fred Hawtree in the 1960s.

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Designed by James Braid in 1924. Host of the 1933 and 1937 Ryder Cup.

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This heathland links course was originally founded in 1884 by Willie Park as a nine-hole course. James Braid and Harry Colt remodeled the layout...

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Ranked 82nd best golf course in the world. Designed by George Morris in 1869, Liverpool is the second oldest seaside links course in England,...

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Host of more Ryder Cup tournaments (four) than any other course in the world. Host in 1985, 1989, 1993, and 2002. A Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas...

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