Welwyn Garden City Golf Club was founded in 1923 and is the home Club of Sir Nick Faldo and Walker Cup player, Tom Lewis, who turned professional in 2011 and secured his European Tour Card by winningthe 2011 Portugal Masters in only his third professional tournament. The Club has the reputation for consistently providing members and guests with one of the best courses in Hertfordshire. It also offers excellent dining and drinking facilities, and a warm, friendly welcome.
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 thatthis West Hertfordshire venue is the perfect choice whether visiting the area on business or just for your pleasure. There is complimentary parking for 200 cars. The superb conference and banqueting facilities are second to none. A choice of styles and size of rooms is available from 2 - 400 delegates.
If you're considering joining a golf club for the first time, or perhaps looking to change from your current club, then Aldwickbury Park could be the perfect home for you. Various membershipcategories and payment methods are available, offering you flexibility throughout the year, and the feeling of being part of something special.
Heydon is an unbeatable venue for golf societies in the Herts, Cambs and Essex areas. Situated a few miles south-west of Cambridge, its clubhouse is an imposing 14th century restored barn. The clubboasts 27 holes which offer a choice of 3 challenging par 72 courses.
Welcome to Bushey Hall, one of the most historic golf clubs in the North London area. Ideally situated in North London, close to St Albans and Watford, our elegant clubhouse has stood for over acentury. Our clubhouse serves drinks and fantastic food, open to both members and the general public, and we also provide venue hire for weddings, parties, events and more. Golf club membership at Bushey Hall offers a calendar filled with competitions, medals and fun events.
Our challenging par 72 course 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 asVerulamium in Roman times. We take great pride in the condition of our course and the pace and subtlety of our greens. The course is fast-draining and is rarely closed, even in winter, so you can be assured of a challenging but fair test at any time of the year.
The Mansion is set amidst 300 acres of mature woodland and finest Hertfordshire parkland and features two championship golf courses. Superbly designed by Harry Colt in 1923, the High and West coursescombine a variety of testing holes. Moor Park also plays host to a welcoming tennis club, with a choice of both grass and hard courts. This magnificent building, with its impressive grounds is an awe-inspiring venue for any occasion.
From generously spacious facilities in Akeman Steet, Tring Herts, Andrew Ainsworth provides a golf academy that is Second to None, Available to All and Open in All Weather. Andrew's passion to teachgolf to all standards is evident in the rich mix of classic techniques merged with an enthusiastic exploitation of modern technology. His in-depth knowledge of the golf swing and the golfing mind combine to nurture all levels of golfer from beginner to advanced through to the next level and beyond!
Potters Bar was established in 1923 and was the home golf club of Tony Jacklin, winner of the British and US Open, and former Captain of the Ryder Cup team. The beautiful course offers a mature 6291yard par 71 providing a delightful challenge to the accomplished golfer whilst not being daunting for the higher handicapped player. Situated just off the M25, Potters Bar Golf Club is within easy reach of London, and for visitors from outside England.
Our club house boasts a state of the art health club, with a beauty and wellbeing centre. We have wonderful function rooms for formal events & weddings and a relaxed café bar for informal dining. Wehave Sunday carverys every weekend throughout the year, for only £9.95 per person. Our Sunday lunches offer a choice of prime roast beef, succulent turkey and either pork, lamb or gammon with all the trimmings, as well as a wide choice of vegetables and side orders.
Set in over 200 acres of Hertfordshire countryside, Mill Green Golf Club combines an excellent golf course with hospitality and charm. The gently undulating landscape with its mixture of rollingmeadows and ancient woodland has enabled Peter Alliss and Clive Clark to create a challenging golf course of outstanding beauty. The contemporary clubhouse allows the golfer to relax in comfortable surroundings that have more than a touch of elegance.
We hope that you find our website both interesting and informative. Whether you're interested in tuition, purchasing golf equipment from our comprehensive shop or are visiting Oxhey Park Golf Club ordriving range for the day to play, then I'm sure we will be able to help.
It's well preserved Roman ruins and early Christian heritage make exploration a must. Tunisia's thalassotherapy centers are second only to France. Tunisia's twelve championship golf courses arehowever largely unknown to many club golfers, despite hosting the European Senior Tour and Challenge Tour on several occassions. Our hallmark is personal and professional service. Two of our company directors maintain a home in Tunisia and are always available for any needed assistance during your holiday.
The Club has two well established golf courses set in beautiful parkland and only 15 miles from the centre of London. The best time to visit is in Spring and in Autumn when the many different speciesof trees are either in blossom, or the leaves are turning. The Berry Grove 9 hole Course consists of par 3's and par 4's but don't be misled into thinking it is easy - it is not. This is a great course for beginners.
As a golfer, to score a hole in one is the pinnacle of what golf is all about. A hole in one is a notable achievement that requires not just skill but a little bit of golfer's luck. Whether you arethe world's number one golf professional, or the newest amateur playing member of your golf club, it is always a Red Letter day. The Oneholer Limited, who acquired the Thresher & Glenny long established hole in one business in 2002, exists to record and celebrate this rare feat.
Hertfordshire is blessed with a number of fine parkland golf courses and Brickendon Grange Golf Club sits comfortably within this group. The club was established in the 1960's and opened the fulleighteen hole golf course designed by C.K. Cotton in 1967. The signature hole is without doubt the 17th, named 'Ace of Herts', which is undisputedly not only one of the best holes in Hertfordshire but one of the best holes to be played in the South of England.
KANGARILA® is the revolutionary new game of golf where your ball acts as a dice to determine what club you play next. The game requires imagination and versatility, with luck playing its part toentertain and challenge you. It's perfect for any golfing occasion, is simple to play, and you'll find yourself playing shots you never thought possible!
Located in a Grade II listed mansion and scenic grounds, The Hertfordshire is awe-inspiring. The Clubhouse is set in an 18th Century Mansion and the golf course meanders through ancient grounds onceowned by The Order of Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem.
Our Club Captain, Committee and Staff extend a warm welcome to all visitors and societies wishing to play on the course. We have an extensive range of facilities together with an excellent restaurantoffering the highest standards of catering hospitality in this area.
The Club was officially opened in 1932 and has regularly featured in the top 100 golf courses in the UK and was selected by the R & A to host an 'Open Championship' Regional Qualifying Competition forsix years between 2003 and 2008. The Club has also regularly hosted PGA events as well as County/Regional Championships for both Men & Ladies. Ashridge first came to prominence, however, in the late 1930's following the appointment of Henry Cotton as resident Club Professional.