Set in 300 acres of stunning countryside, The Vale Golf & Country Club offers fantastic golf with superb views over the Malvern and Bredon Hills, The Vale is situated in a natural amphitheatre of mature woodland in breath taking scenery making it a delight for any golfer.
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The Stagsden course offers a true challenge to golfers of all abilities. Designed by Northampton architect, Cameron Sinclair, it makes the best use of natural undulations and levels to provide a panoramic view as it cuts its way through the Bedfordshire countryside.
The Championship Course, comprised of the Kings and Queens 9s, was showcased on Sky Sports as a venue for the EuroPro Tour in 2010.
It has also hosted many other prestigious events including The Kent Open and Kent PGA Championship and has provided a fitting examination for many PGA Professionals, however with numerous teeing positions the course becomes a gentler, fairer and truly enjoyable game of golf for all abilities.
Karl Litten, chose a distinctive and different character to include: inland links, woodland, Americana and parkland. Its all here at the Warwickshire Golf & Country Club, in one immensely attractive sweep of golfing country.
The courses offer the perfect challenge for golfers of all abilities, having hosted many professional tournaments including a European Seniors Tour and the Midland PGA Final.
The 18-hole championship standard 6,800 yards par 72 Rothschild course is set in rolling parkland and has a different set of challenges with water hazards dominating six of the final nine holes.
The front nine are played beneath the honey-coloured turrets of the Towers whose watchful gaze can be inspirational to the most humble of golfers, particularly the 5th hole when a carry over more water can test even the strongest nerve.
Complacency must be avoided until the 9th hole has been successfully negotiated, as this long par 3 between trees and over a small pond can be a potential card wrecker.
Founded in 1990 and designed by renowned golfing 'architect' Donald Steel, the course measures 6,885 yards from the back tees.
You are greeted by a landscape of perfectly manicured and cross cut fairways intermingled with lakes and the mounding and hollows which give this Championship Golf course a unique parkland design coupled with an inland links feel to the starting and closing holes.
Calcot Park is an undulating, traditional, parkland course and is recognised as one of the best in the area. It was designed by Harry Colt in 1930 who also built, amongst others, Beaconsfield, Denham, Stoke Park, Sunningdale Old, Swinley Forest along with the East and West courses at Wentworth Club in Surrey.
The Ballesteros Masters Course at The Shire London is laid out like few other golf courses in the world.
There are six par 5s, six par 4s and six par 3s, and on both the front 9 and the back 9, no two consecutive holes are the same par, with equal numbers of par 3s, 4s and 5s. This gives maximum variety, and maximum enjoyment - a core philosophy of Seve's designs.
Designed by former Ryder Cup player Ken Brown and Essex based course architect Martin Gillett, the Park Course is a well laid out 6352-yard par 71.
The combination of mature woodland, undulating parkland, and lakes provides an array of challenges, enhanced by stunning views over the Lea Valley making it one of the finest golf courses in Hertfordshire
Redesigned by Tom MacKenzie, who has been responsible for many Open Championship venues, the 7,088 yard par 72 course weaves throughout the 440 acre estate and provides the perfect challenge for all golfers.
As Today's Golfer magazine put it:
"With so much trouble around, usually in the form of sand and lakes, the wheels can fall off at any time. The Players Club is one of the best UK golf courses to emerge in the last few years. It may have opened as recently as May 2002, but it is maturing fast and its reputation is spreading far beyond the west country“
Always respected by the players as an excellent test, always a challenge. Don't miss this one.
This event also features a Pro-Am
Magnolia Park, an old favorite venue of ours, which has now been taken over by new management and with a massive financial input one can only imagine that it will now be even more impressive sure to be a really special venue, also with a new Hotel being built with a fantastic deal for all competitors.
This 9 Hole ‘Majors’ golf course presents a Tour-Standard challenge to ALL golfers. Voted UK’s Number One 9 Hole Golf Course in 2009, each hole has been crafted to replicate – as accurately as possible –the features of a portfolio of legendary holes.
All are key holes at Major Championship venues, including the Postage Stamp at Royal Troon, with its infamous ‘Coffin’ Bunker; Augusta’s beautiful but treacherous 12th and 16th holes; the Belfry’s challenging par four 9th; the Royal Birkdale’s classic short 12th.
The course designer, Neil Coles MBE, aimed to enhance the rolling landscape of the surrounding Essex countryside by creating a course with interesting features and landscaping. The tees and greens are built to USGA green specification and vary in design, height and undulation.
Water is the predominant feature of this course coming into play on nine of the 18 holes with the fairways benefiting from an irrigation system. The generous fairways, large greens and water hazards provide a great test.
The Wales National is a UK golf course of distinction, one of the UK's and Europe's newest championship golf courses and - at 7,433 yards from the championship tees - it's one of the longest golf courses outside the USA.
The award winning course features: mature woodland, fearsome bunkers, tricky water features and USGA standard greens, which combine to make a challenging round of golf.
The 18-hole championship standard 6,855 yards par 72 Rosebery course looks in one direction over magnificent chestnut trees across the Vale of Aylesbury, and in the other over the clubhouse grounds, to the distant Chiltern Hills.
The Rosebery course has spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The front nine are played around the perimeter of the course, which is mainly surrounded by the mature woodland. The 6th and 7th holes are played parallel to the historic bridle path, bordered by magnificent chestnut trees that used to link the towers to the famous Stud Farm where three Derby winners were bred at the turn of the 19th century.
The 9th hole measures over 600 yards and before admiring the breathtaking backdrop of the Chilterns, the drive must be threaded through trees on either side of the fairway. The back nine has two long par 4's, the 10th and 12th, before finishing on the 18th hole which tempts the golfer to open the shoulders with another drive towards the distant hills.
Opened in 1990 and designed by Reg Plumridge, The Essex's 18 Hole Championship Golf Course has already won critical acclaim for its challenging yet fair features, conditions and presentation. Since its launch, many changes and improvements have been made to the 18 hole Country Course.
Founded in 1912, the course at Woodcote Park consists of two parts - eight holes at the "top" of the course and on the same level as the clubhouse, and ten holes which slope down about 150 feet to flat ground before gradually rising again to the original level.