The course at Great Yarmouth & Caister Golf Club is a fine example of traditional links golf, laid out on predominantly sandy ground over 100 years ago, and famous for the quality and stability of the greens.
While modern irrigation is now used to ensure that the course is in optimal condition all year round, this does not detract from the links feel. The links course was recently included in Donald Steel's book 'Classic Golf Links of Great Britain and Ireland'.
It was laid out in its present form in 1920 when the racecourse moved from the South Denes at Yarmouth to the North Denes. The Racecourse forms part of the course acting as rough on some holes and the outer rails as an out-of-bounds demarcation on others.
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