The Belfry is one of England’s most revered golfing destinations, with three quality courses to enjoy, one of those being the Dave Thomas designed PGA National. The youngest course at the Belfry opened up for play in 1997 and was the first course in Europe to carry PGA branding, the course stretches 7,053 yards from the yellows or a far more manageable 6,153 yards from the whites. Extensive work has been carried out on the site, adding 4 lakes and well placed greenside sand-traps, creating a course where you need to hit the ball accurately and avoid as many hazards as possible. The course has a inland links feel, with hard and fast running fairways, large undulating greens and it’s 70 bunkers strategically placed on every hole, creating a unique golfing challenge set amongst a stunning woodland backdrop. Due to many of the design aspects of the course being tailored towards hosting large events, you will see many elevated areas that offer fantastic views of the course and the amphitheater like approach to the par 5 12th. All in all the PGA National offers a meticulously designed course at one of the country’s most prestigious golfing resorts and is a must visit for any golfer!