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**Our review** The only current Open Championship venue south of Merseyside, St George’s is an uncompromising test that will examine every part of your game and, more likely than not, spit you out after 18 holes as being unworthy of the challenge. Characterised by massive sandhills and dunes, with several blind shots and numerous bunkers, it is also the Open venue most likely to punish good shots – severe undulations in the fairways mean that a drive down the middle can end up in the rough. It was founded in 1887 and its reputation grew so quickly that only seven years later it hosted the Open – luring the championship outside Scotland for the first time. It has subsequently seen competition for the claret jug a further 12 times and such is the quality of the challenge that only the best tend to prevail here. Royal St George's Golf Club is a must-play in the UK. The course is located on the southwest coast of England, just outside of London. It was founded in 1894 by Sir James Balfour and has been considered as one of the most important courses to have ever existed. The course has had two major renovations since its original inception, both done with extreme care for preserving its natural beauty and character. It also hosted golfing greats like Gary Player, Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus and more!
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