10 Underrated European Golf Courses You Should Visit
Surely, there are a lot of people playing golf nowadays and the game is definitely growing at a very high pace. However, it seems that Europe is still the place where most people play the gentlemen’s game. There are quite a lot of golfing gems in Europe, but the giant clubs usually shadow them. If you are planning a trip to Europe, it might be worth the time visiting one of these top 10 underrated courses.
- Centurion Golf Club
- Edgbaston Golf Club
- The Belfry
- Royal County Down
- Valderrama Golf Club
- Royal Cinque Ports
- Woodhall Spa
- Little Aston
- Robin Hood Golf Club
This is certainly underrated despite the fact that it is a lovely and posh club. It is located just outside of London in England and most players absolutely love the place. The design is spectacular and the course is maintained nicely.
This is a gem in the Midlands area of England. The course is situated conveniently near the centre of Birmingham and it is easily accessible. Though the course is relatively short, it will still pose a good challenge to players.
Located in Warwickshire, The Belfry has hosted the Ryder Cup before, but it is not exactly the most well known place in the world. The course design is amazing and players should visit the course to get a feel of the Ryder Cup experience.
Home to the Irish Open this year, Royal County Down is an extremely challenging course and it takes time to master it. Not many people know this place outside of Europe but it is worth the visit.
Awesome course in Spain, Valderrama hosted several major events and it is definitely a place all golfers should visit at some point.
Cinque Ports is located in the southern part of England. It is a links style golf course and you will certainly find it great and also, it is wonderful to play on this challenging course.
Situated in Lincoln, Woodhall Spa is a relatively famous but underrated course. Do pay a visit if you want to experience something great!
Home to several British Open Final qualifiers, Woburn is known to many professionals, but it is relatively unheard of by people outside of Europe. It is a very well designed course.
Another course in the Midlands, Little Aston is also an Open qualifier although it is only a regional qualifier. Course is always at a world class standard and is worth a visit.
Located in Solihull, Robin Hood Golf Club is a hidden gem. The course is always in good shape all year round. However, it is unknown to most amateurs and professionals in the area love it!