On a spit of land in the extreme south-west of Sweden are three fabulous courses so close together you could cycle from one to the next! The star is Falsterbo, as close to a GB&I links as you’ll find in mainland Europe. The back nine is full of strong holes but the best is the 4th, a strategic two-shotter of rare calibre. Then there are 27 holes at Ljunghusen – a 1932 seaside heathland that oozes quality – and Flommens, set on flat wetlands. The area is a popular holiday retreat, which means there are many charming restaurants and bars to enjoy in the evening. For a longer stay, the Kyle Phillips-designed duo at PGA National (which has rooms) is just 20 minutes from Falsterbo and if you keep travelling there are three more Top 100 courses within an hour: modern Vasatorps plus two Solheim Cup venues; woodlandseaside hybrid Barseback and Halmstad.