This Norfolk links course is kept in immaculate condition with stunning coastal views. The clifftop course towers 300ft above the golden sands below. It offers some of the hardest challenges but the rewards of the views are second to none. If you want an all-round course that challenges every part of your game, then don’t miss this one.
The place is steeped in history and has been since opening at the end of the 19th century. Back then the course was crafted by Old Tom Morris. Other golfing legends such as J.H. Taylor and James Braid later carried out improvements while modern architects Frank Pennick and Donald Steel brought Cromer into the modern era.
Cromer quickly attained royal status through the patronage of the Prince of Wales – later to become King Edward VII – who was one of the founding members. It’s been entertaining royalty, the rich and famous ever since and down the years has been graced by princesses, prime ministers and even literary maestros Alfred Lord Tennyson and Oscar Wilde. Whether royal or not, Cromer will provide a warm welcome.