Regarded as one of the most picturesque courses in Wales with the magnificent backdrop of Historic Gwrych Castle, Abergele Golf Club remains a firm favourite with both members and those who choose to visit from all over the golfing world.The delightful 18 hole Parkland Course boasts many enviable features.
Abersoch Golf Club is located on the stunning Llyn peninsula overlooking the Cambrian Coast and Snowdonia.
As featured in Golf Monthly, ranked 14th best course in Wales by Golf World magazine and described by some visitors as “The Friendliest Golf Course in Wales” “A Jewel on the Welsh Riviera” and “Fantastic Golf Course, Stunning Views” the golf club at Abersoch is one to put on your North Wales golfing list.
Over 125 year old, Alresford Golf Club is one of the oldest and prettiest places to play with picturesque and peaceful views over the Hampshire countryside. Laid out on beautiful chalk downland which provides for exceptional playing conditions all year round.
Built upon the famous Chiltern Hills, the Badgemore Park estate combines a great golf course with spectacular views as you play through its historic parkland surroundings. Described as a cleverly designed layout, the mature trees form part of the course’s defence as well as creating a feel of natural beauty.
Bath Golf Club is an 18-hole private members’ club situated on Hampton Down above the beautiful UNESCO city of Bath. It is one of England’s oldest and finest downland courses, and is considered by many the premier golf club in Bath and North East Somerset.
Bentley Golf Club has been established since 1972 and is set in attractive undulating Essex parkland. The course measures 6,703 yards (par 72) and was designed by Alec Swan and arranged in two loops of 9 holes starting and finishing at the Clubhouse.
Give your friends and colleagues a memorable treat with a golf day at one of England’s true inland classics. Established in 1890, Berkhamsted is Hertfordshire’s joint-oldest golf club and rightly regarded as one of England’s Top 100 golf courses. Set in a huge expanse of beautiful, natural heathland, ‘Bunkerless Berkhamsted’ offers a truly distinctive experience, far from the run of the mill.
Nestling under the North Downs, and overlooked by the legendary Box Hill beauty spot, Betchworth Park Golf Club was laid out 117 years ago by the distinguished architect Harry Colt, who fashioned a delightful, yet challenging parkland course that has been enjoyed by generations of members and visitors alike.
Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa sits in 134 acres of stunning countryside with tranquil gardens and an exquisite 18 hole golf course. Our beautiful venue set in the village of Chesterton close to Bicester is perfect for golf and golf breaks.
Bird Hills Golf Centre is conveniently located just off Junction 8/9 of the M4 in Berkshire’s picturesque countryside between Bracknell and Maidenhead. The 18-hole par 72 course is around 6,200 yards in length, with open fairways, plenty of water hazards and well-placed bunkers.
Situated between Faversham and Canterbury, Boughton Golf Club takes great advantage of its naturally picturesque setting. The 6,699 yard course is laid out over 160 acres of naturally-undulating terrain and offers fine views over the tranquil Kent countryside and Thames Estuary.
Boundary Lakes Golf Course is a new 18-hole, par 69 parkland golf course, complete with USGA standard greens and five lakes, set against the iconic backdrop of the Ageas Bowl and is sure to offer a stern test for both high and low handicappers.
Set in the heart of North Cornwall in 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland, designated an area of Special Landscape Value, the Bowood Park Hotel & Golf Club in Cornwall once formed part of a 13th century deer park owned by the Black Prince.
Set in the heart of the New Forest just one mile from Junction 1 (M27), Bramshaw Golf Club is home to two completely contrasting 18-hole courses including Hampshire’s oldest golf course, The Forest Course. The par 69, 5,752 yard, Forest Course, falls within the confines of the New Forest National Park where cattle and ponies have the right to roam.
Are you looking for that Florida feel over the winter without the expense and trouble of booking flights and transfers? Want to test your golf to the highest level over a local championship golf course? Look no further than the Bransford Bank House Hotel and our 18-hole Florida style Championship course.
Set in 200 acres of rolling Gloucestershire countryside, Brickhampton Court Golf Complex was lovingly created by the Creed family in 1994 and is still run by the same family. With a reputation as one of the top courses in the area, Brickhampton is truly a first class welcoming place for both members and visitors.
Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club, England Champions Club 2007 offers a range of services and excellent facilities that will guarantee a superb day of golf and hospitality for Golfing Societies and Company/Corporate Days for groups ranging from 16 to 120 guests.
Buckinghamshire Golf Club is a magnificent John Jacobs-designed parkland course and offers one of the finest venues for a corporate or society golf day. Bounded and crossed by the Rivers Colne and Misbourne, the enjoyable 6,892-yard layout offers a challenge to every standard of golfer.
On a quiet bend of the tranquil Helford River in south Cornwall nestles the 4 star Budock Vean Hotel. Set in 65 acres of glorious gardens and woodland, the Budock Vean has a historic and challenging 9 hole/18 tee parkland golf course, designed by the great James Braid in the 1920’s.
Located in the beautiful City of Nottingham and opened in 1902, Bulwell Forest Golf Club is Nottinghamshire’s most historic 18 hole golf course and a great venue to hold your society or corporate golf day, or just to visit with friends.
Established in 1891 Burnham Beeches Golf Club provides the perfect match of a mature established course combined with a forward thinking progressive Club which welcomes societies to enjoy the splendid facilities both on and off the course.
The Club is ideally situated just 10 minutes off both the M4 (jct 7) and the M40 (jct 2) but being part of the ancient Burnham Beeches woodland offers a beautiful tranquil setting.
Bush Hill Park Golf Club is set in a beautiful parkland location in North London, easily accessible from both the city centre and the M25. The course was designed by Harry Vardon and James Braid, two of the greatest players in the history of the game, winning 11 Open Championships between them.
Calcot Park Golf Club is a historic and traditional member’s golf club having been designed by the legendary Harry S. Colt opening in 1930. Its parkland setting enhances the ambience of the course itself and one’s eyes are often attracted to the wildlife when playing the course whilst the changing seasons are complimented by the colours of the trees which abound on the Course.
We are a friendly, traditional downland golf course set in the heart of Thomas Hardy’s Wessex. Our location, perched above the county town of Dorchester, affords those fortunate enough to visit stunning views in every direction.
Open to the public whether it be for a round of golf, Sunday lunch or just a refreshing drink whilst taking in the magnificent vista from our Clubhouse.
Canterbury Golf Club has long been regarded as among the best designed inland courses in Kent.
Created by the legendary Harry Colt in 1927 – a year after he completed construction of the West Course at Wentworth – the 6,272-yard layout takes golfers on an enchanting journey through mature woodland, following the natural contours of the land as it descends and rises, crosses and often re-crosses a number of brooks and dykes that help to ensure that conditions will invariably be at their best.
The 18-hole golf course at Caversham Heath Golf Club designed by David Williams, was opened in 2000 and affords excellent year round play to Members and visitors alike. The course, built to exacting USGA standards, is unusually dry in winter whilst fully irrigated in summer, and therefore offers quality all year round play in the Reading, Berkshire and Oxfordshire area.
The spectacular Nick Faldo-designed golf course at Chart Hills Golf Club is situated on the northern boundary of the Weald of Kent with over 200 acres of gently undulating hills, just 20 miles from the M25.
Chart Hills Golf Club offers outstanding facilities on all fronts from conference to dining and wedding facilities and of course is an 18 hole championship golf course.
Chilwell Manor Golf Club greets you with delightful parkland course setting where you will discover mature trees, manicured fairways and greens that will challenge golfers of all abilities. The course is an impeccable par 70, 6,216 yard course first built in 1906 and so offers the competitive golfer an interesting challenge in positional play.
In its picturesque North Downs setting, with views across the Surrey countryside, Chipstead Golf Club is an 18-hole, par-68, 5,491-yard course which provides an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Established since 1906, the course has a maturity and history behind it that places it firmly in a league of its own, with treelined fairways and some of the toughest par threes in Surrey, which ensure every club in your bag will be tested.
Founded in 1894 and situated within 70 acres of magnificent parkland in the heart of Chislehurst, just 11 miles south-east of Central London, Chislehurst Golf Club is steeped in history. The jewel in the crown is the spectacular clubhouse Camden Place which dates to 1717 and was, for a while during the 1870s, the home of Napoleon III, Empress Eugenie and their son the Prince Imperial.
Our superb 18 hole, par 69 golf course opened in 1994, Chobham Golf Club was designed by Peter Allis and Clive Clarke and is laid out on naturally undulating parkland set amongst mature oak woodland giving the impression that the course has been around for many more years.
Cobtree Manor Park Golf Course is one of the most visited pay and play golf courses in Kent. It is ideally located, boasts stunning picturesque views across the Kent countryside and is superbly maintained by our experienced greenkeepers.
We are proud to host 18 USGA greens which are open all year round, with beautiful tree lined fairways; the course is 5382 yards par 69 and provides a challenge to every level of golfer.
Collingtree Park Golf Club was opened in 1990 by designer and former British & US Open Champion, Johnny Miller. The 18-hole, par 72 course is a European Tour venue and is a unique and testing course that will challenge any handicap.
Conwy Golf Club is North Wales coast’s leading Championship Links course and host venue for the 2020 Curtis Cup matches. A golf course good enough to be chosen for top events, but player-friendly for all levels.
One of the signature holes of Conwy Golf Club is the 16th hole which has a narrow gorse-lined fairway where only an accurate tee shot will suffice.
The beautiful historic parkland of Cottrell Park covers 400 acres and is located in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan providing an idyllic setting for a truly memorable golf day or break. The resort offers unrivalled golfing facilities including two magnificent Championship Golf Courses, the Mackintosh and the Button Gwinnett.
Craigielaw Golf Club. The perfect setting on Scotland’s Golf Coast.
Situated on Scotland’s Golf Coast and inspired by the great links courses of Britain, Craigielaw Golf Club truly is a golfers’ paradise.
Not only boasting a challenging 18 hole championship golf course, designed by Donald Steel,the course opened in 2001 and in this short period has been host to many national events, including the 2006 Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship and was a qualifying course for the 2007 British Seniors Open at Muirfield.
Cricket St Thomas Golf Club started as a 9 hole course originally designed in 1932 by J.H Taylor, 5 times Open Champion. In 1955 Leonard Fisher took over the course and extended it to 18 holes after acquiring additional land.
Welcome to Cumberwell Park Golf Club, Wiltshire’s only 45 hole Golf Club. Within this elegant, tranquil setting you will find a venue that provides the ideal location for an enjoyable golfing experience.
Since opening in 1994 Cumberwell Park is now established as one of the best Courses in the South West and has been awarded four stars in Golf World’s Top Courses in Britain.
De Vere Staverton Estate is home to Staverton Estate Golf Club, a mature championship-standard 18-hole golf course complete with a driving range, golf academy, and golf shop.
Since opening in 1977, the parkland layout has matured greatly, and the course has grown and bedded in, with numerous hazards, including lakes and severe bunkers, posing a considerable challenge to all standards of golfers.
Designed to USGA standards, the 6,996-yard par 72 championship course at De Vere Wokefield Estate is one of the leading golf clubs in Reading. The course boasts 18 uniquely designed holes with elevated trees, streams and nine lakes providing a challenging game to golfers of all standards in a beautiful setting.
Delapre Golf Centre is one of the Premier municipals in the county, designed in the 1970’s by John Jacobs, former captain of the European Ryder Cup Team, the course stands on a historic battleground where the battle of Northampton was fought on 10th July 1460 as part of the War of the Roses.
Dundonald Links was the proud host to one of the European Tour’s flagship events; The Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. Alongside the men’s competition the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open was also held at Dundonald Links in 2017, this is the first time the men’s and ladies’ events have been held on the same course back to back.
A warm welcome awaits you at Duxbury Park Golf Course. The course, laid out over 120 acres of beautiful rolling Lancashire countryside is regarded as one of the best courses in the North West. We are known for being accessible and affordable with a stunning array of holes to challenge golfers of all abilities.
Dyrham Park Country Club’s 6,497yard golf course, with stunning tree-lined fairways and challenging water hazards, presents a rich and varied challenge to golfers of all abilities. A true test of golf where accurate driving and clever course management are essential making the golf course hugely varied and enjoyable.
Sitting high on top the North Downs with breath taking views of the London Skyline, Effingham Golf Club is a traditional members’ club with a distinctly modern outlook offering a warm and friendly welcome to visiting golfers. It is the perfect venue for a truly memorable society, corporate or charity golf day.
Situated just inside the M25, Enfield is a picturesque parkland course within easy reach of all parts of North London, Hertfordshire and Essex. We are located just 10 minutes drive away from Junction 24. Designed by former Open Champion, James Braid, the course measures 6174 yards and its fairways are flanked by trees all around.
2019 marks the 130th anniversary of Epsom Golf Club, founded in 1889, which has a reputation for being one of the friendliest private members clubs in Surrey and has proven to be a popular venue for golf societies for many years.
Opened in May 1995, the 18-hole, par-70 Leas course at Etchinghill Golf Club soon gained a popular reputation among both members and visiting golfers. Carved into the hillside overlooking the Elham Valley, the original 18-hole course is distinctly different to the additional nine holes Valley course, which extend over stunning parkland.
Set on a 520 acre estate with a unique coastal setting, Fairmont St Andrews encompasses the finest in local culture with luxury and elegance. The resort has recently updated their public areas with a rich colour scheme and nautical elements that reflect the surrounding landscape including a lighting installation by renowned artist George Singer.
Looking to arrange your society golf outing, Corporate golf day or Charity fundraising day then look no further than Dorsets Premier 27-hole heathland golf course. Rolex rank’s Ferndown in the world’s top 3% of courses. Golfers of every standard can experience both the joy and challenge of our 18-hole Old Course (6,208 yards with a par of 71) and our 9-hole Alliss Course (5,748 yards and a par of 70, it’s also no pushover).
Located in the beautiful Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, Championship Course Forest Hills is known for the excellent condition of the Course and the friendliness of the clubhouse staff.The Adrian Stiff designed, par 72 parkland Course is enjoyed by players of all abilities and hosts County events including the Gloucestershire Men’s county Championships in May 2019.
Forest of Arden, A Marriott Hotel and Country Club is one of the UK’s top golf venues.
Ideally located in the heart of the Midlands, just minutes from the NEC, the national motorway network, Birmingham International airport and its railway station, the hotel offers two of the finest courses and a wide range of top-class golf facilities.
Foxhills Club & Resort, based in Ottershaw, Surrey, has built its reputation as an exceptional and diverse leisure experience with two 18-hole championship golf courses – Longcross and Bernard Hunt – the nine-hole par-three Manor course, tennis courts and a wealth of attractive dining and accommodation options.
Welcome to Frilford Heath Golf Club, home to prestigious pro events such as the Regional Open Qualifying, European Q School and EuroPro Tour. The club is deeply passionate about making golf inclusive to everyone, offering society golf, corporate days, meetings & events and even team-building activities.
Frinton Golf Club provides a true seaside challenge to golfers of all standards. Founded in 1895, with the original course layout being designed by Willie Park Jnr. The current Havers Course was upgraded by the legendary golf course architect Harry Colt.
Gailes Links, a classic Ayrshire links course, opened in 1892 has hosted 32 International Championships since 1927, including The Palmer Cup, various Amateur Championships and Final Open Qualifying 2014-2017.
The course designed by Willie Park Jnr in 1912 and updated by James Braid in 1926 is available for play all year round.
Located in the picturesque Worcestershire countryside, Gaudet Luce boasts 27 holes of top-quality golf designed to suit all levels of golfer, from complete beginner to experienced player. Whether you choose to tackle the 18-hole Phoenix Course or the nine-hole Hadzor Course – or both – visitors are guaranteed a memorable experience at one of the most welcoming clubs in the region.
A true Championship Golf Course in the North East, the George Washington Golf Hotel was a former venue for Sunderland Masters.
Offering you all the facilities for an excellent round of golf around County Durham, the George Washington Golf Club is set in a picturesque setting and is one of the most challenging golf courses in the North East of England.
Great Yarmouth and Caister Golf Club is regarded by most members and visitors as one of the friendliest clubs in the County. All are made welcome who come to the club. The club caters for all ages and gender with full programmes, both golfing and social, available to members and guests.
Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club is a unique resort hotel set on 200 acres of spectacular landscape. This stately Jacobean style country house surrounds you with timelessly elegant design accents like towering wood panelled libraries, inviting open fireplaces and unique furnishings.
Harleyford Golf Club is set in truly magnificent surroundings, nestled by the River Thames at Marlow. Beautifully crafted in a natural parkland setting, the 6,903 yard par 72 course is both challenging and rewarding to players of all levels. The course is located on the Harleyford Estate which dates back to the 12th century and is designated as “an area of outstanding beauty”.
Harrogate Golf Club is the town’s oldest course established in 1892. Our colonial style Clubhouse and attractive parkland/ heathland course provide a beautiful setting for members, visitors or corporate days out. All visitors can be assured of a warm Yorkshire welcome, excellent facilities and an enjoyable round of golf.
Enjoying spectacular sea views of the Solent and Langstone Harbour, Hayling Golf Club is the premier links golf course on the South Coast. Originally established in 1883 the course has been crafted by some of the best golf course architects in the business with the renowned Tom Simpson having the last input in the 1940’s.
As you might have guessed by the hotel name, the golf course at Hellidon Lakes is renowned for its water features. This makes the course a challenge for even the most competent golfer, so play it safe or run the risk of the water hazards – the choice is yours!
Nestled on the outskirts of Henley on Thames, one mile away from the River and forty minutes from London. Henley Golf Club is the outstanding course in the area and is one of Oxfordshire’s finest pieces of natural golfing terrain.
Visit Holtye Golf Club and you will get to enjoy one of the best 9-hole courses in the South East of England. This is an established course with a difference, as many of the tee positions on the back nine differ dramatically from the front, thereby making each hole a different proposition.
A mature Parkland golf course founded in 1927, Ifield Golf Club lies on the west side of Crawley, and has remained largely unaltered over the years. Designed and built by the same leading golf architects of the day entrusted with the redesign of Royal Birkdale, this 6,319 yards par 70 layout offers almost the same test as it did 80 years ago.
Scotland is a land of hidden gems – and for golfers Kilspindie Golf Club is one of the finest, lying hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay, the quaint village of Aberlady, and the teaming waters of the Firth of Forth.
One of the finest golf courses in the Midlands, opening in 1978 Kilton Forest Golf Course has gained an excellent reputation as an established parkland course and boasts an all year round facility, with exceptional course drainage due to its sand base.
The course at Kingswood Golf & Country Club was designed in 1928 by one of the great triumvirate and Open Champion, James Braid. Recent renovations retained the classic features of Kingswood but several changes were implemented to make the course more challenging, adjusting to today’s longer hitters.
Kirtlington Golf Club is nestled in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside and offers two challenging and varied courses enjoyed by both members and visitors throughout the year. There are also extensive practice facilities and a 15 bay outdoor/indoor driving range.
Lamberhurst Golf Club is just off the A21 within easy travelling distance of Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Hawkhurst, and Wadhurst. The Club’s 18 hole parkland course boasts spectacular views over the local Kent and Sussex countryside.
At first glance, at 6,448 yards off the back tees, the course looks deceptively easy but the subtle slopes and undulations test even the lowest handicapper.
Just 10 miles from central London, Langley Park’s 120 acres are a haven of peace and tranquillity. Our Club was formed in 1910, with the course originally designed by five-time Open Champion J H Taylor. Having been previously used for Open Qualifying, our course has something to interest golfers of all levels, and each hole offers its own unique challenge, with firm tree-lined fairways and lush, smooth rolling greens.
Owned and managed by the Bond Family, who created the Jack Nicklaus Course at St Mellion, Lanhydrock provides a beautiful Par 70 SSS 70 18 hole course set in mature parkland complemented by a contemporary 45 bedroom hotel linked to the club.
Launceston Golf Club is a friendly members club and a great venue for a day’s golf for green fee players or societies. We offer value for money packages for golf and social events with excellent catering facilities, friendly staff and deals suitable for parties of all sizes.
Golfers never forget the first time they tee off on the historic fairways at Leeds Castle, “the loveliest Castle in the world”. The par 34 Golf Course provides both challenging and spectacular holes from start to finish for Society and Corporate groups.
Listed in Fine Golfs finest 200 running-golf course in Great Britain and Ireland and voted 6th best course in Sussex you are assured of gorgeous scenery and top class golf when you play at Lewes Golf Club.
Founded in 1896 on top of chalk hills in the heart of Sussex, the elevated course winds it’s way through rolling south coast countryside, with picturesque views of the South Downs and the historic town from which it gets its name.
Spectacularly set on the South Coast of West Sussex, with fabulous views of the River Arun estuary, the English Channel and the spectacular South Downs, Littlehampton Golf Club offers a unique and memorable golfing experience.
Recently called ‘Sussex’s hidden gem of a links’ by Golf News, Littlehampton Golf Club is the only links course to be found in West Sussex and also the 5th oldest club in Sussex, being founded in 1889.
Designed by the same man that built Royal St George’s, and subsequently refined by renowned architects James Braid and Alister MacKenzie, and latterly Donald Steel and Peter Alliss, Littlestone Golf Club is one of England’s most revered links courses. Host of the first Ladies Championship in 1894, countless final qualifying tournaments for the Open, and numerous elite amateur events, Littlestone is steeped in golfing history.
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, London Golf Club is a venue of distinction. When at the club, you can be sure you’ll have an experience to remember both on and off-course from the moment you drive through the gates, into the glorious surroundings of the South East’s finest golfing destination.
Longniddry Golf Club is located on the south shore of the Firth of Forth at the start to what is arguably the finest stretch of golfing coastline in the world which is why it’s called Scotland’s Golf Coast. This Harry S Colt design offers a traditional test of golf over its unique combination of links and woodland, many holes having spectacular views to the Edinburgh city centre, beyond to the Forth Bridges and across the Firth of Forth to Fife.
Lydd Golf Club is an undiscovered gem on the South East Coast. It combines classic risk and reward golf with breath taking lakes and links style, making this an extremely enjoyable test of skill and control.
The golf course is a challenging 6,629 yard Par 71 and is an ideal venue to host society days and corporate events.
Ever since it opened in 2005, Machynys Peninsula Golf Club has captured the imagination of the golfing public. Its superb Nicklaus Design championship course overlooks the stunning Carmarthen Bay, making it a truly spectacular setting in which to enjoy a round.
The Manor House and Ashbury Hotels are set in the foothills of Dartmoor National Park and form one of the largest golf complexes in the UK. There is an unrivalled choice of seven 18 hole course options all on one site.
Manor of Groves is located in 150 acres of idyllic Hertfordshire countryside, yet is within easy reach of major motorways and airports and offers free on-site parking for 200 cars. Stansted Airport is approximately 10 minutes’ drive.
The 18 hole Championship Golf Course is playable year-round, with immaculate greens and fairways,.
Standing in over 300 acres of parkland, near the Peak District National Park, Breadsall Priory, Marriott Hotel & Country Club offers contrasting 36 holes of golf in beautiful surroundings.
The two courses, The championship Priory and the Moorland, are both popular with members and visitors, not least because they offer a combination of exciting golf coupled with superb views over the surrounding countryside.
Matfen Hall Golf Club is set in 300 acres of mature Northumberland parkland with established burns and woodland creating one of the finest and picturesque venues in the region. The 27 hole course layout is an enjoyable test for all players of all abilities and incorporates the challenging features from the dry stone ‘Ha-Ha’ walls to the fast flowing River Pont.
Set within the opulent surroundings of the 543 acre Brocket Hall Estate, the two championship standard golf courses sit beautifully in the 18th Century parkland. The courses are appropriately named after the Prime Ministers who once resided at Brocket Hall, Lord Palmerston and Lord Melbourne.
Meon Valley Marriott Hotel & Country Club has something special to offer for golfers at all levels. Set amidst 225 acres of rolling countryside in the heart of Hampshire our 27 hole golf venue is the perfect setting for your next round of golf with friends, colleagues or clients as we come into the Winter and Spring months.
Mitcham Golf Club is unique with its moorland turf which makes it one of the driest courses in the country and is playable all year round. It’s a natural course with trees and bushes that shut out the busy world that surrounds the common.
Muswell Hill Golf Club is North’s London premier golf course, popular among societies and corporate hosts who return year after year.
Muswell Hill Golf Club is a testing Par 71 (Men) and Par 73 (Ladies) 18-hole parkland course earning a reputation for being beautifully maintained and benefiting from continued course investment; boasting true and fast greens and recently remodelled bunkers.
Nailcote Hall is the host venue for The Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship, which attracts top European Tour, Seniors Tour and Ladies European Tour and many star Celebrities every year who love the challenges the Cromwell Course presents. Open since 1992, the 1,048-yard layout is similar in scale to the Par 3 course at Augusta, and is recognised as an even tougher challenge, in a beautiful Warwickshire parkland setting alongside the 17th century Jacobean Hall.
As an Open Final Qualifying Venue North Foreland Golf Club has it all – an unrivalled free draining chalk downland course offering all-year round golf coupled with stunning scenery and breathtaking views of the coast.
Founded in 1903, the course is situated on the Kent coast at the point where the English Channel becomes the North Sea.
Founded in 1904 North Hants Golf Club is a James Braid design that was improved by the legendary Harry Colt in 1913, the course is a superb example of a mature heathland layout with a delightful mix of heather and tall trees bordering each impressively manicured fairway.
The country estate of Orchardleigh Golf Club – which includes a Victorian mansion, an island church, boathouse and a number of other listed outbuildings – is the setting for an idyllic parkland course routed through mature trees.
Designed in the mid-1990s by Brian Huggett, in conjunction with Peter McEvoy, the championship layout offers a decent test on a site where water is in play on seven holes.
Panshanger Golf Complex is home to one of the county’s most highly regarded 18 hole municipal golf courses. 30 miles from London and just a 10 minute drive from the A1, we are located in the heart of Hertfordshire’s Mimram Valley which offers spectacular and picturesque countryside views throughout your round.
Pedham Place Golf Centre is the place to be, offering excellent facilities and friendly service throughout the complex, to societies, companies and corporate organisations wishing to host golf days, charity days, competitions and tournaments. The 18-hole, par-72 Championship course was designed by John Fortune and has been constructed to the highest specifications.
Welcome to our Golf Club in a delightful setting at the top of Pinner Hill surrounded by rolling parkland and mature woods – the peaceful atmosphere will make you feel a million miles from North West London’s suburbia.
Pinner Hill Golf Club was formed in 1928 at the instigation of Mr F L Griggs who became the club’s first President.
Porters Park Golf Club is a classic 6,529 yard parkland course constructed in 1899. Its early design was influenced heavily by John Henry ‘JH’ Taylor, one of the pioneers of the modern game, and Charles Kenneth Cotton who went on to become one of the UK’s most distinguished post-war golf architects.
Porthmadog Golf Club has everything required for a great day out whether with family and friends or on a society golf day. The course is situated in Morfa Bychan, 3 miles away from the harbour town of Porthmadog and was established in 1905 by James Braid, the genius course designer of his day.
Poult Wood is a picturesque woodland course situated three miles north of Tonbridge and offers a choice of two interesting and challenging courses and a great restaurant and bar, making it the ideal venue for golf societies, charity events and corporate golf days.
Prince’s is one of the oldest Open Championship venues in the UK, with the great American golfer Gene Sarazen lifting the Claret Jug here in 1932, leading after every round to finish with a record low score of 283.
The course is currently used for the Final Qualifying Series for The Open which will be held at neighbouring Royal St.
Nestling in the picturesque foothills of Surreys’ Hogs Back, Puttenham Golf Club is a gently undulating 6,220 yard par 71 18-hole course with a stunning mixture of heath and woodland. In early summer the colour of the azaleas and rhododendrons on the 12th and 13th in particular are a spectacle not to be missed.
The Radcliffe-on-Trent Golf Club, founded in 1909, is one of the premier golf courses in Nottinghamshire and is the ‘home’ of the McGregor Trophy, the English Boys under 16 Championship. It will be hosting this competition in 2019 and also the Junior Team Golf English Final which will be broadcast on Sky and television.
Set in a unique location in Durham, and surrounded by two Championship golf course, extensive gardens, spa and an award winning restaurants, Ramside Hall Hotel offers one of the finest overall venues in Durham.
Former home of the Pemberton family, Ramside Hall was transformed into a hotel back in 1963.
Reading Golf Club is a traditionally built James Braid golf course which, as one would expect with its 100 years’ history, has matured into one of the finest parkland type courses around. The course, though not exceptionally long in modern course terms, has its defences in tree lined fairways, well-positioned bunkers and some crafty pin positions that require accuracy and patience.
Redlibbets Golf Course is arguably one of the best playing winter courses in the UK. The grounds are based on 150 acres of undulating woodland situated between Brands Hatch and Bluewater, designed and created by Jonathan Gaunt.
The club offer a range of top class facilities that encompass everything about the game of golf.
We’re London’s local golf venue, with two 18-hole courses bustling with wildlife and natural features. Occupying our own corner of Richmond Park, the facilities are open to everyone and you can be sure of a friendly smile when you arrive.
Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club, one of the oldest golf clubs in England began life in 1891, known simply as Rochester Golf Club with a 9-hole course. The club moved to the present site in 1920, and in 1992 the Government unveiled the route of the Channel Tunnel rail link resulting in major reconstruction of the course, and opening of the present clubhouse in 1997.
Rotherham Golf Club, home of 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett, is a classic parkland golf course set in the expansive, beautiful grounds of Thrybergh Park, the home over the centuries to some of South Yorkshire’s most noble families.
Designed by Open Champion Sandy Herd, it was later modified by fellow Scottish champion golfer and celebrated course architect, James Braid.
Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, located off the leafy lanes of Forest Row in the heart of East Sussex’s Winnie The Pooh country, provides an attractive mix of high quality heathland golf, old school charm, and welcoming hospitality for both the casual green fee golfer and visiting groups and societies.
Societies looking for a memorable golfing challenge in serene surroundings will be hard pushed to beat the historic experience of playing Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club’s West Course in leafy East Sussex.
Located in the heart of the protected Royal Ashdown Forest, the sister club to Royal Ashdown’s Old Course presents a unique golfing experience.
To visit Royal Blackheath is to take a step back into golfing history. The Club can trace its roots back to 1608, when courtiers of the Scottish King, James VI, who became James I of England, sought out a suitable place near Greenwich Palace to play a game that had yet to find favour with those south of the border.Over 410 years later, golf is stronger than ever at the Club, with the par-71 course – which was created by Tom Dunn in 1892 and added to and redesigned by the great James Braid in the late 1920s – occupying classically landscaped parkland just nine miles from the City of London.Its tranquility belies a challenging design, with particularly strong opening and closing holes, while excellent fairways and true, fast greens guarantee an enjoyable and interesting test for golfers of all abilities.
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is at the start of the famous stretch of golf courses on the East Lothian coast. This stunning James Braid designed course is ideally suited for golfers of all abilities and is ideal for society’s and corporate days.
Rudding Park offers two courses designed by renowned golf course architect Martin Hawtree. The 18-hole, par-72 Hawtree Course runs through beautiful 18th century parkland and isa challenging track measuring just shy of 7,000 yards. The signature 14th is named Rhododendron Glade due to the colourful surroundings of the green during the summer.
Laid out in the rolling Wiltshire countryside close to the medieval City of Salisbury, our two downland courses at Salisbury and South Wilts Golf Club offer great golf and magnificent views for miles around.
The challenging but fair 18 hole Cathedral Course has been in play since 1991, carefully combining holes from the Old Course (1920) and a newer 9 built in 1989.
Its three loops of nine holes give Sandford Springs Golf Club a unique feel. The charming club, nestled in the north Hampshire countryside, emanates an air of quiet contentment, and yet such a calm façade belies a passionate heartbeat that exists beneath.
Founded in 1910 and designed by six-time Open Champion Harry Vardon, Sandy Lodge Golf Club is a superb example of inland links golf. The site was chosen primarily because of its excellent drainage, and as a result, the course is open year-round and enjoys a reputation of being playable even in the most extreme weather conditions.
De Vere Selsdon Park Hotel & Golf Club is a traditional, mature parkland golf course cut from the original thick forest that dominated this part of Surrey when the course was first designed by JH Taylor, five times winner of the British Open, in 1929.
Set in beautiful rolling Durham countryside and boasting panoramic sea views, Sharpley Springs par-71 course is an absolute pleasure to play, with its challenging and undulating layout featuring many unusual hazards and a stunning mix of holes that are sure to excite and challenge players of all abilities.
Welcome to Shendish Manor Hotel & Golf Course where Victorian splendour meets modern design. Set in 160 acres of parkland and formal gardens, the excellent road and rail links close by ensures that this West Hertfordshire venue is the perfect choice whether visiting the area on business or just for your pleasure with your golf society.
When you walk down the fairways of Shirley Park Golf Club it’s hard to believe you are only one mile from East Croydon station. This is because an open park area on one side and the wooded Shirley Hills on the other flank our Surrey countryside golf course.
Ideally located 5 minutes from the M25 and A3, Silvermere Golf & Leisure is the most accessible golf centre in the South East. Set amongst Surrey’s finest countryside, the 18-hole Silvermere course is a true test of golf.
The Par-71 course winds through dense woodland, open parkland and finishes with two signature holes across the striking Silvermere Lake.
Slinfold Golf and Country Club lies just west of Horsham, in beautiful Sussex parkland. Designed and opened in 1992, the club is one of the most popular membership and golf day destinations in the area.
The 18-hole course is set among mature oak trees and strategically-placed water hazards, and is the ideal society venue at just under 6,500 yards, with four par 3s and four par 5s.
Situated in the picturesque village of Totteridge, South Herts boasts 27 holes of golf spread across 150 acres of peaceful and undulating parkland. The main course, the 18-hole 6,435- yard Vardon Course, was designed by famed golfer and architect Willie Park Jnr, while the 1,489 yard, 9-hole Rees
Course was created by Dai Rees, who also performed the role of club professional, a position also held by Harry Vardon.
Sprowston Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club welcomes you to Norwich, UK with an idyllic countryside location, luxury accommodation and a host of first-rate amenities, providing astylish backdrop for your visit.
Our hotel is housed within a stately 16th-century English manor and features the perfect blend of historic elegance and contemporary comfort.
St Mellion is a unique blend of contemporary style, exceptional facilities, true golfing heritage and wonderful Cornish hospitality. The Resort boasts a stunning AA 4* 80-bedroom hotel, Health Club & Spa, a variety of dining experiences from the simple to the elegant in our award winning Restaurant.
Our 18 hole, 6,042 yard par 69 parkland course has wonderful countryside views – a challenge to golfers of all levels! We are a warm and friendly members club. Our 18 hole golf course in Cornwall, designed by James Braid is located just outside St.Austell in Cornwall.
Encircling their 300 acre Buckinghamshire parkland estate, Stoke Park’s famous 27 hole Championship golf course, is undisputedly one of the finest parkland courses in the country.
Created in 1908 by eminent golf architect Harry Colt, the Stoke Park course has been the inspiration for many of the world’s most famous holes, including their 7th tee which was the inspiration for Augusta’s infamous 16th.
Stoneham Golf Club, founded in 1908 and designed by Willie Park Jnr (of Sunningdale Old Course fame), has long been recognised as one of the top clubs in England. Having hosted major amateur events like the Brabazon Trophy, as well as being the original home of the British Masters (what was then the Dunlop Masters).
The peace and tranquillity of Stover Golf Club, located on the edge of Newton Abbot, is a convenient treat for golfers in the South West, with easy access from the A38 and M5. The course is regarded one of the best parkland courses in the South West.
As the name suggests, woods play an important part in the topography of Studley Wood Golf Club. Designed by Simon Gidman, the par 73 course is set in 170 undulating acres of what was once an extensive woodland. History tells us that some 480 years ago, no less a person than Henry VIII used to enjoy his sporting afternoons here, hunting deer and wild boar.
Covering in excess of 200 acres, Surrey National Golf Club is a Championship course approaching 7,000 yards from the Championship tees and 6,300 from the daily play tees. Designed by leading golf course architect, David Williams, the course meanders through dramatic rolling countryside, populated by thousands of mature trees which further enhance the appeal of the setting.
Set in the beautiful Surrey Countryside located between Woking & Guildford, Sutton Green Golf Club is one of Surrey’s premier golf clubs and an ideal venue to hold a truly memorable society or corporate golf day.
On arrival you will be welcomed into our friendly club house, perfectly equipped with a well-stocked bar, outside terrace with views across the course, luxurious changing facilities and a pro shop; and additional function rooms provide the perfect space for larger groups to enjoy celebrations and our extensive menu options.
Conveniently located in the heart of the Thames Valley and less than five minutes from the M4 and M40 motorways, Temple Golf Club is beautifully situated in unspoilt landscape with spectacular panoramic views of the course, River Thames and the Chiltern Hills beyond.
The Abbey Hotel is fortunate to have a fantastic golf course designed by Donald Steel, one of the world’s finest golfing architects of his generation. Inaugurated in the late 1970s, the layout has continued to mature, and with this its reputation has grown; it is now a regular host to county tournament play.
The Ashley Wood Golf Club is a warm and friendly 18 hole Golf Course in Dorset where visitors and Golf Societies are always welcome. The club was founded in 1896 and is constructed on natural well drained chalk downland with spectacular views over the surrounding Dorset countryside.
As the world’s only four-time Ryder Cup host, The Belfry Hotel & Resort has a globally-renowned golfing heritage. It continues to set the standard for the perfect golfing getaway, underlined by awards for England’s Best Golf Course and Golf Hotel, plus England’s Leading Conference Hotel at the most recent World Golf and World Travel Award ceremonies.
The Bradford Golf Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs in Yorkshire. The open moorland course on the border between Leeds and Bradford affords stunning views over Baildon and Rombald moors.
Laid out in 1899 by renowned golf course architect, W.
As venue for The 2010 Ryder Cup, the award-winning Celtic Manor Resort in South Wales offers a prestigious location for your society golf day.
Take your pick from three world-class championship golf courses, The Twenty Ten, Roman Road and The Montgomerie, complemented by two luxurious clubhouses, a state of the art Golf Academy and excellent on-course catering facilities.
The Darenth is set in the peaceful Kent countryside in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. The landscape is gently rolling and based on free draining chalk allowing play and buggies all year round with no temporary tees or greens.
Widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading corporate golf venues, The Grove, home of the 2016 British Masters and the only venue in the UK to have hosted a World Golf Championship event, won by Tiger Woods in 2006, delivers a tournament-quality experience from the moment guests arrive at the 300-acre estate, situated 18 miles from central London.
Voted the county’s best golf club in 2018 by a leading golf publication, Herefordshire’s oldest club – it was founded in 1896 – is also is also now regarded as its finest, with Your Golfermagazine’s judges impressed by the modern, first-class facilities, stunning championship course, and friendly service, all of which combines to ensure a memorable golf day, whether visiting as part of a society or a walk-on green fee.
Situated on the northern edge of Bristol, The Kendleshire Golf Club boasts 27 holes of championship golf and is the ideal venue for golf societies and groups of all sizes.
The Hollows and Ruffet nines first opened in 1997, and combine to offer a 6,567-yard, par-71 course from the white tees, while the Peter McEvoy-designed Badminton Course followed five years later to complement its sister courses, whilst adding an extra degree of challenge with its undulating greens.
The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club and Nottingham’s only 36 golf & hotel complex, is set in 344 acres of rolling parkland set only six miles for the centre of the city of Nottingham, providing an ideal location for a fantastic golf break or memorable day out on the fairways.
Designed by Rees Jones, The Oxfordshire is considered to be one of the most exciting courses in the country – a pristine American-style parkland course that offers the ultimate tactical challenge across water.
The strategically-contoured holes blend naturally into the surrounding countryside to provide a challenging game of golf.
The Players Club opened in 2002 yet, despite its young age, has staged The Europro Tour nine times and in 2018 we will stage the West Region PGA championship for the 6th time. From the championship tees it can be stretched to 7,100 yards, making it one of the longest courses in Europe, although members and guests normally play the par 72 Codrington layout at around 6,300 yards.
England Golf’s GolfMark “Club of the Year 2017” award was a huge moment for The Point at Polzeath. It was a true reflection on all the hard work and investment the team have put in, coming just 5 years after it was rescued out of administration in 2012.
The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club has been described as one of the finest public golf courses in the South of England and has everything you could want for great golf. Set in 130 acres of attractive mature wooded parkland, this 18 hole pay and play Colt/Hawtree designed course is both challenging and rewarding in equal measure with several good birdie opportunities and a memorable selection of holes including the short par 4 dog leg 7th, and the par 3 10th hole, which is located just outside the clubhouse.
There are few places in Wales that can offer golfing groups the range of facilities and some of the most memorable and inspiring golf holes in the country as comprehensively as the Vale Resort.
Nestled away in over 650 acres of beautiful Welsh Countryside the Resort with its 143-bedroom hotel also encompasses two championship golf courses, Wales’ largest spa, exceptional sporting facilities and award-winning dining.
Situated less than an hour from London, and 15 minutes from Chelmsford, The Warren is tucked away just outside the village of Maldon, and enjoys a splendidly rural spot for a day’s golfing in beautiful Essex countryside.
The 325-acre Warren Estate offers an 18-hole championship course, a 9-hole course, and a 9-hole par 3 course, and caters for the complete spectrum of golfers, from casual green fee players to committed competition golfers, and is ideal for corporate events and society days.
The Weald of Kent Golf Course is a picturesque par-70 parkland course situated on the outskirts of Maidstone, Kent. Onsite Facilities include the newly built 16 room hotel and an existing 19 room lodge. The lodge overlooks the ninth green and is popular with golf breaks of all sizes.
What better way to experience your 2018 golf society than in the beautiful surroundings of Tilgate Park. Set within the magnificent wooded countryside of the High Weald of Sussex, this outstanding location offers unparalleled views.
Famous for its tree-lined fairways, tight doglegs and well-guarded greens, the Par 72 course is both rewarding and picturesque.Starting from just £22 pp for breakfast and 18 holes of golf on our Championship course you would be hard pressed to find a comparable offer at any golf venue, let alone one as unique and beautiful as Tilgate Forest Golf Centre.
Toft Country House Hotel and Golf Club is nestled in the small hamlet of Toft between Stamford and Bourne in southern Lincolnshire. The Hotel is a converted 18th Century farm house and to this day we pride ourselves on providing hearty, tasty food and a friendly relaxed welcome.
The superb parkland layout at Torquay Golf Club wends its way through avenues of mature trees offering a challenge which can be enjoyed by golfers of all standards.
The mid part of the round affords fantastic views across Lyme Bay to Portland Bill in the east, and westwards to Berry Head at the furthest extent of Torbay, whilst away behind St Marychurch the tors of Dartmoor can be clearly seen.
Set in the beautiful county of Cornwall, Trethorne Hotel & Golf Club offers the perfect blend of a picturesque and easily accessible location, friendly and down to earth hospitality and great value for money.
The 18-hole golf course presents a scenic and challenging par 71, 6,300 yard layout, with numerous water hazards and tree-lined fairways.
Visitors to Twisted Stone Golf Club will be rewarded with a warm welcome, excellent hospitality and a great value for money round of golf. We specialise in golf society, corporate and group golf days and offer an extensive range of packages catering for every requirement and providing excellent value for money.
Set in the beautiful Suffolk Countryside located between Ipswich and Aldeburgh, Ufford Park Golf Club is one of Suffolk’s premier golf clubs and an ideal venue to hold a truly memorable society or corporate golf day.
Spread across 120 acres of undulating parkland, the 18-hole, par-71 award-winning course is perfect for players of all abilities.
Our challenging par 72 course at Verulam Golf Club was designed by James Braid in 1905 so we are now well into our second century as a thriving members’ club situated in the heart of historic St Albans, known as Verulamium in Roman times.
Perched on top of the world-famous White Cliffs of Dover, with sea views from every hole, the unique location of Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Club delivers stunning views across the English Channel to the coast of France.
Recently recognised as a Championship venue by England Golf, the course at Waterlooville Golf Club is one that is great for all abilities. The course is a picturesque parkland course measuring up to 6,550 yards and with five par 5’s, five par 3’s and eight par 4’s our course is a truly unique and interesting experience.
Located within easy reach of the M25 and A1, Welwyn Garden City Golf Club is hidden amongst the Hertfordshire countryside. One of the best kept golf courses in Hertfordshire, the 18 hole course, in an undulating parkland setting, with narrow fairways protecting small, true, well-draining greens, making it the ideal venue to hold a memorable society or corporate golf day.
Founded in 1916, West Kent Golf Club is a well established and highly respected private members’ club. Located in an attractive rural setting between Downe Village and Down House, our continued success has been achieved by upholding golf’s best traditions of etiquette, courtesy and friendship.
On arrival to West Malling Golf Club you will be welcomed into our friendly club house, perfectly equipped with a well-stocked bar, outside terrace with views across the course, changing facilities and a pro shop.
The two 18 Hole courses, Spitfire and Hurricane, named in honour of the iconic fighter planes that flew out of the nearby airfield during the Second World War, are a challenge for all standards of golfer.
Located in Barston, just 5 minutes from Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre, The West Midlands Golf Club is easily accessible from all corners of the country. Opened in 2003,the 18 hole course boasts a maturity far beyond its youthful age, with the 6,500-yard layout enjoying a wonderful setting in over 230 acres of parkland mixed with ancient woodlands.
West Surrey Golf Club located near Godalming, and close to Guildford, is a friendly private members club blessed with one of the finest courses in the South East. The Club was founded in 1910 by a local landowner and businessman, John Eastwood, with the course sited on farmland belonging to Eastwood’s Enton Hall estate.
Set against the magnificent backdrop of Westonbirt mansion, amidst the rolling Gloucestershire countryside, Westonbirt Golf Club is a par 64 parkland golf course with two exhilarating loops of 9 holes.
Steeped in history and architecturally landscaped by Victorian millionaire, Robert Holford, the course is breathtakingly beautiful as well as challenging in the woodland.
Weymouth Golf Club is a wonderful 18-hole parkland course designed by James Braid which opened in 1909, which also has spectacular views of the Jurassic coast. The club is especially friendly and you would be assured of a very warm welcome.
Situated in rural Northamptonshire, adjacent to the world famous Silverstone motor racing circuit, Whittlebury Park Golf Club, and the adjoining Whittlebury Hall Hotel, is uniquely positioned to cater for both corporate clients and leisure guests.
The highlight among the numerous sporting facilities on offer is undoubtedly the 36 holes of championship golf, comprising two 18-hole courses, which are handily divided into four nine-hole loops to offer a wide variety of golfing challenges to suit large groups and societies.
Nestled in the serenity of the Halliloo Valley in the heart of the Surrey North Downs, Woldingham Golf Club’s excellent course and facilities have become a popular destination for golfers.
Designed by renowned American course architect Bradford Benz, the beautiful rolling course makes the most of the contours of the valley in which it sits, with deceptively undulating fairways and no shortage of hidden bunkers!
Woodbridge Golf Club boasts 27 fantastic holes of golf to challenge players of all levels and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on Suffolk’s coastal heathland and with the driest climate in England allows almost uninterrupted golf all year round.
Deep in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and just outside the historic town of Highworth is the exceptional Wrag Barn Golf & Country Club. With outstanding views of the Downs and the Vale of White Horse, Wrag Barn boasts one of the region’s outstanding venues for golf, weddings, business meetings and casual dining.
Wyke Green Golf Club is a beautiful Parkland Golf Course situated in West London. The designers were F.G. Hawtree and J.H. Taylor who even to this day remain among the best golf course designers of all time.
Widely regarded as London’s friendliest golf club visitors are welcome and membership is available at times throughout the year.