England golf packages

Experience golf’s royal country

Travel across the pond for world-class links golf

From Open Championship and Ryder Cup courses to hidden gems, the sheer quality and quantity of great golf on offer makes a golf vacation to England a truly memorable one.

Whether it’s the Holy Trinity of the north west – the Royals of Liverpool, Birkdale and Lytham – or a visit to England’s far south east corner of Kent, which is home to another trio of stunning Open Championship links in Royal St George’s, Princes and Royal Cinque Ports…you are spoilt for choice.

Why book an England golf package?

  • Famous Open Championship & European Tour host venues
  • Beautiful historic towns & villages
  • Unbeatable choice in links, parkland & heathland courses
  • Great pubs, restaurants & nightlife
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Where will your next golf vacation to England be?

Liverpool & Southport

    Open Championship courses

      Hidden gems

        What makes golf in England so special?

        Renowned for its traditional, challenging, and well-designed courses, England boasts some of the most topographically diverse golf around. There is a wide variety of layouts to choose from including parkland, heathland, woodland, and magnificent links.

        There are two beautiful coastlines that golfers should pay special attention to – Liverpool & Southport, which is often referred to as England’s Golf Coast, and Sandwich Bay in Kent. Liverpool & Southport provide possibly the most famous collection of links courses in the world, with three Open Championship Royal courses located in close proximity to each other - Birkdale, Liverpool, and Lytham & St Anne’s. Furthermore, there are also a host of hidden gems located along the same coastline which includes West Lancashire, Hillside and Formby to name a few.

        Much like the golf coast, Sandwich Bay is a stunning stretch of oceanside golf, with three world-class links courses. Royal St George’s is a name synonymous with the world stage, having hosted multiple Open Championships, whilst Prince’s and Royal Cinque Ports are both stunning courses in their own right, and have also held their fair share of Open Championships in the early 1900s.

        Explore England by map

        Not sure where to play? Browse our map and to find your ideal destination in a country of historic and world-class courses. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

        Golf travel tips for England

        Best months for golfing weather:

        May to October

        Best months for value:

        April & October

        Most popular months:

        May, June & September

        Our experts recommend:

        April & October
        Our experts say...

        England often plays second fiddle to Scotland and Ireland with visiting golfers, however the links courses in the north west and south east are world-class and every bit as good.

        Jamison Cunneff avatar
        Jamison Cunneff

        Golf Vacation Specialist