The best golf courses in Suffolk encompass a charming mixture of mature and mostly inland layouts. It's a brilliant destination for a golf trip, whether a weekend away or a full week.
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Shaped by a trio of Open champions, Aldeburgh is among the most traditional of English clubs. It's a seriously tough heathland course against the par 68.
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Royal Worlington not only presents a magnificient design on a tiny patch of land, but is also the spiritual home of 9-hole golf.
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Purdis Heath, also known as Ipswich Golf Club, is a James Braid design that is rich in character and distinctive. Recent work has elevated its presentation to new levels.
Unspoilt Woodbridge is just a few miles from Ipswich but feels a world away from modern life. It's an undulating heathland with gorse, bracken and attractive trees lining the fairways.
In terms of difficulty, ambience and design many would argue Thorpeness is the best in Suffolk. The classic Braid design has a number of genuinely memorable holes.
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