Autumn golf breaks

The summer is coming to an end and it’s time to take a weekend at one of England’s top golf courses. We can recommend Ipswich Golf Club, which is located three miles east of Ipswich. It is a very peaceful and elegant club dating back to 1895. This is a wonderful location to make the most of the changing colors of the season, fresh air, and a nine-hole course that can challenge you to bring your strength to the fore.

 Another personal favorite is the immaculate Beaconsfield Golf Club in Buckinghamshire, located one mile east of Beaconsfield. I went out there last October as I and a few fellow executives were celebrating our successfully implemented smart customer onboarding. It is, once again, a tremendous choice for the colorful autumn season as the clever course is adorned with plenty of beautiful trees. A place to unwind in the impressive clubhouse that was designed by Harry Colt in 1924; a place to forget about the stresses of modern life.

 Rated number one in all of England, Royal St George’s Golf Club has fewer trees to offer, and instead a spectacular landscape where you better hold your hat when the wind starts showing off. This course opened for play in 1887 and has since then hosted fourteen Open Championships. In 1894, only seven years after the opening, they hosted the first Open that ever took place outside Scotland, with a vista on par with the same. You will be baffled by the genius of this course, each hole being architecturally unique and unquestionably impressive.