Broadway’s course, benefiting from 125 years of design and development, has a unique inland links feel.

The 18-hole, par 72 course is a combined 6,228 yards and provides a good test for golfers of all abilities, the links feel coming from its rolling fairways and contoured greens making players seriously think about every shot they play.

Driving can be tricky with both natural and artificial hazards being brought into play.

This combination means drives have to be accurately placed, approaches judged meticulously and greens expertly read.

The course is characterised by undulating fairways sometimes intersected by dry-stone walls providing an interesting series of challenges to golfers.

Smaller greens mean better shot placement is in order, as being on in regulation is no guarantee of a par. The weather, as always in golf, plays a unique part, as Broadway on a breezy day can be a tough task for most golfers. In addition, the course has been a sheep-walk throughout its history, with some parts registered with English Heritage as an ancient monument.

A long barrow has also been discovered near the clubhouse, with the fortifications of a British camp running along the edges of the 14th fairway.