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England Golf Courses

England is famous both for its inspiring linksland and for the remarkable "heathland" courses so unique to golf in this country.

The English golf landscape includes such famous British Open venues that are finest golf courses in the world, Courses of high renown include the likes of Royal Porthcawl, Sunningdale, Wentworth, The Belfry, Royal Lytham, Royal Birkdale, Ganton and Royal St. Georges to name but a few but there are countless lesser-known courses that are equally worth playing

Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England - (6,429 yards, par 70)

Wentworth, a Club famous for its Championship golf and 3 outstanding courses. surrounded by ancient woodland of pine, oak and birch. Each has its own charms, its own distinct identity and, as such, presents its own unique challenge. The East and the West were designed by famed golf course architect Harry Colt; the West was recently modernised by three-time major champion and Wentworth Club touring professional Ernie Els.

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Walton Heath Chester Golf Course, England - (7019 yards, par 72)

Truly one of the best tests of inland golf anywhere, Walton heath also has the unique distinction of being the only club in England to have had a reigning monarch as captain, when the then Prince of Wales became King Edward V111 during his captaincy in 1935/36.

Situated only 20 miles south of London, within 10 minutes of the M25, and close to both Heathrow and Gatwick International Airports, it is ideally situated, yet the club nestles in the heart of open peaceful countryside.

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Stockwood Park Golf Centre, Bedfordshire, England – (Holes 18 , Yardage 6049, Par 69)

Charles Lawrie is the brains behind the design of the marvellous parkland course at Stockwood Park Golf Club. It opened for the first time in 1973, and so just recently celebrated its thirtieth birthday. It has developed brilliantly in that time and is one of the finest courses in the region, a fact its considerable membership will no doubt testify to and confirm.

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Mapledurham Club, Berkshire , England - (Holes 18 , Yardage 5,653)

The Club is set in the heart of the Oxfordshire Countryside in the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and offers panoramic views across the Thames Valley. The interior of the Club has a relaxing atmosphere with the Pulse Café offering everything from sandwiches to three course meals.

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Sunningdale Golf Club, England )

Sunningdale Golf Club was founded on 12th March 1900. It ranks as one of the premier clubs of England... There are few more exhilarating sights than the view from the high 10th tee across an inviting valley, with the fairway rising to the wooded horizon.

Old Course : (Holes 18, Yardage 6,586 , Par 72)

Sunningdale’s Old Course, was opened in 1901. It is pure enchantment that characterises Sunningdale Old. Virtually every hole is played in splendid and beautiful isolation, and in harmony with nature.

New Course : (Holes 18, Yardage 6,676 , Par 70)

Designed by A.W. Tillinghast, the Sunningdale new golf course opened in 1918. Raymond Corcoran manages the course as the General Manager.

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The Berkshire Golf Club, England

Red Course : (Yardage 6,369 , Par 72)
Blue Course: (Yardage 6,260 , Par 71)

Berkshire has one of the oldest courses in the region, with a nine-hole course openeing for play in 1902 before eventually expanding to 18 holes. The course design is attributed to Willie Park, Jr. The course is built on a small property, with predominantly straight holes and few doglegs.

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Blue Mountain Golf Centre, Bracknell, England - (Holes 18, Yardage 6,097 , Par 70)

Owned and operated by top US company American Golf, Blue Mountain Golf Centre is widely regarded as one of the top golfing 'resorts' in the Berkshire area.

Blue Mountain is attempting to 'change the face' of pay and play golf complexes by, instead, giving golfers real value for their money. The hardest hole on the course is the 15th with its roller coaster fairway, consisting of two valleys with an uphill carry to the raised green.

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Reading Golf Club, England - (Holes 18, Yardage 3,083, Par 35)

Designed by Alexander Findlay, the Reading golf course opened in 1923.The course at Reading Golf Club is a great test for golfers of all levels, making splendid use of the undulating wooded terrain of the Chiltern Hills. Societies and companies alway welcome.

The 18-hole "Reading" course at the Reading Country Club facility in Reading, Pennsylvania features 6,118 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70.

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Calcot Park Golf Club, England - (Holes 18, yards 3,114, par 35)

Situated on the outskirts of Reading in Royal Berkshire, Calcot Park is renowned for being a fair and exacting test of golf set in a tranquil environment. The quality of this Harry Colt-designed course and the accessibility of its location have resulted in the staging of many amateur and professional tournaments, with competitors always fulsome in their praise of the layout and off-course facilities. Private.

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Goring and Streatley Golf Club , Berkshire, England - ( 18 holes, 6,355 yards, par 71)

Goring & Streatley Golf Club has established itself in the hearts of members & visitors alike, as a mirror of the traditional and evolutionary trends in the game. The course has magnificent views of the Ridgeway & the River Thames winding like a silver ribbon on its way from Oxford to Reading and is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, which almost consoles the ravages of a bad round of golf!

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Weston Turville Golf Club, Buckinghamshire, England - (18 holes, 6,008 yards, par 69)

Weston Turville Golf Course was established in 1973. One of the great attributes of the course is that is that while it provides an enjoyable golfing challenge, it is beautifully positioned at the foot of the Chiltern Hills providing absolutely delightful scenery but not difficult walking terrain.

Among the many interesting holes is the 15th. It is a 90-degree dogleg to the left with a green guarded by bunkers and water. Even with a good drive the approach shot demands accuracy to give any real chance of par.

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Aylesbury Vale Golf Club, Buckinghamshire,England - (18 Holes, 6,612 yards, par 72)

Founded in 1989, Aylesbury Vale course opened for play in 1991 and has seen extensive improvements in the last few years. A natural brook runs through the course, widening at four points to create interesting water hazards on a number of holes.

Nestled in rolling countryside between the villages of Stewkley and Wing, this 18-hole par 72 course is one of the most challenging in the area.

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Club to Lyshott Heath Golf Club, Millbrook, England - (18 Holes, 7,021 yards, Par 73 )

This is a long parkland course, on rolling countryside high above the Bedfordshire plains. Course laid on well-drained sandy soil with many fairways lined with silver birch, pine and larch trees. Private club in well wooded parkland above Bedfordshire plains.

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Pavenham Park Golf Club, Pavenham, England - (18 Holes, 6,369 yards, Par 72 )

Pavenham Park Golf Club is located three miles north of Bedford and was opened in 1994. The course is established as one of the best in the area with its traditional, undulating parkland layout. This challenging par 72, 18-hole golf course measures 6,467 yards off the Tiger Tees and sits in the middle of the Bedfordshire countryside, providing spectacular views of the surrounding villages and woodlands.

The water features are well positioned to offer a significant challenge from both the tees and fairways; there are a huge number of bunkers ready to steal any stray, inaccurate shot; and the greens are heavily contoured and undulating making putting even more of a challenge than usual.

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Chiltern Forest Golf Club,Buckinghamshire, England - (18 Holes, 5,990 yards, Par 71 )

Golf has been played on this site since 1894. Originally, it was a 6 hole course developed by the Rothschild family.There is now a challenging and beautiful 18 hole course together with a modern clubhouse.

The course is set in the Chiltern Hills with almost every hole cut through the forest. As such it is extremely tight and anything off the fairway is likely to end up amongst the numerous beech, yew and pine trees.

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Hazlemere Golf Club, Buckinghamshire, England - (18 Holes, 5,873 yards, Par 70 )

The course was opened in 1982 and was purchased by its Members in 2000. Set in the Chiltern Hills in South Buckinghamshire and designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this undulating parkland 18 hole, par 70 golf course offers a great challenge to golfers of all abilities.

A feature of the Course is the number of holes protected by mature trees or water, making the correct shot selection essential.

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Thorney Park Golf Course,Buckinghamshire, England - (Holes 18, Yardage 2,834, Par 34)

Thorney Park is a challenging 18-hole parkland course with water features on numerous holes. The courses fully automated irrigation and extensive drainage systems ensure you lush fairways throughout the year even in the driest weather!

The course also boasts full specification USGA Greens, which means they both drain and roll incredibly well throughout the year, the USGA drainage system also ensures no temporary greens or tees in the winter months. It commands the respect of both beginner and expert golfers with a variety of different challenges as you approach every hole.

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Wycombe Heights Golf Centre, England - (Holes 18, Yardage 6,253, Par 70)

Wycombe Heights golf club is an excellent hill-side course for the mid-handicapper. The course is not particularly long, but requires accuracy off the tee. Many of the fairways and greens have a slope or camber - sometimes quite pronounced - and starting the ball up the "right side" is often critical to playing the hole in par.

This course is on the edge of the Chilterns so as you can imagine it is anything but flat. Some of the holes offer some great views but walking the course can get a little tiring for some. The greens were in good condition and the ball ran well on them, the same could be said about the fairway's some of our drives just did not want to stop. The wind is definitely a factor on this course, with it behind you on the 18th you could quite easily over shoot the green in one!

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Harewood Downs Golf Club, Chalfont , England - ( 18 Holes, 5,448 yards, par 69)

The course, built in the early 1900s, lies on chalk downlands and winds through undulating parkland. It features some of the finest holes in Buckinghamshire and is a tricky yet fair test of golf which both low and high handicap golfers will find challenging and memorable.

Harewood Downs is a traditional members' Golf Club which extends a warm welcome to all visitors, societies or those just starting the game. New members particularly benefit from the roll-up culture of the Club.

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