The Best Venues For Golfing

Oxfordshire

Bicester Hotel Golf And Spa

It boasts of 134 acres of gorgeously tranquil countryside gardens and an 18-hole course. It has 11 lakes, bunkers and greens that provide challenge and a competitive edge to the game.

East Of Sussex

Cooden Beach Golf Club

It has been in operation since 1912, and it still remains popular for the spring turf and calm undulations which make walking around the course enjoyable and easy for all age groups.

Essex

Bently Golf Club

Established in 1972, it is located in the attractive Essex parkland.

It offers a good challenge for experienced golfers in a very attractive layout and an easy course to walk through. Less experienced players can learn techniques from the more experienced on the challenging course.

Hampshire

Alresford Golf Club

With more than a hundred years of operation, it is one of the most beautiful and oldest views Hampshire has to offer.

Golfing is rarely ever restricted by rain or poor weather.

The golf course is expertly maintained in all seasons, and the programme for the course work provides tests for professionals and amateurs,  with regular competitions.

Middlesex

Bush Hill Park Golf Club

Set in a gorgeous North London parkland, it is easily accessible from the centre of the city. The top-quality facilities make it a popular venue for societies.

The course was designed by two multiple championship winners, James Braid and Harry Vardon.

Kent

Boughton Golf Club

Located between Canterbury and Faversham, it is naturally picturesque. The course displays the natural terrain and pretty views of the Thames Estuary and Kent countryside.

It has excellent facilities and an orchard of 25 acres, making it a popular venue for societies and a formidable challenge to all golfers.

Scotland

Craigielaw Golf Club

This is truly a paradise for golfers.

The course boasts of an 18 hole course that has hosted national events and championships.

The vast bunkers, challenging greens, and breathtaking views are surrounded by 22 courses that are world-renowned.

Surrey

Betchwork Park Golf Club

Founded over 117 years ago, it is challenging and delightful and has been enjoyed by many generations.

It has a par-71 course of 6,325 yards. The design has been improved several times, however, the improvements have kept as close as possible to the first design.

The West And South West

Bath Golf Club (Somerset)

It is a private club, with an 18 hole course. It is one of the finest and oldest courses in England.

Although designers today prefer other course specifications that are not 18 hole, par-72 and 6464 yards, designers in 1880 made this club challenging by taking advantage of the hilly location and spectacular views.