Challenging parkland course 6,472 yds par 72 where
water hazards are a distinctive feature.
Golf Club is situated in the North Buckinghamshire countryside, opposite Silverstone Race Circuit, N of
A scenic parkland 6,316 yard par 71 golf course provides a
constant challenge for golfers of all ages and abilities,
because it drains so well, is playable throughout the year.
Set in glorious countryside just outside the market town of Chipping Norton, "The Gateway to the Cotswolds"
Traditional parkland golf course, with open heath land,
rolling hills & panoramic views.
As a EuroPro Tour venue, it is testimony to the high
calibre of this championship 6,900 yds par 72 course.
Rye Hill golf course will test the players of both high and
low golf handicaps, with its strategically placed bunkers
and the often large and undulated greens.
Buckingham Golf Club, established in 1914, is set in 130 acres of beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside. The course features two rivers - The Great Ouse and Dudley Brook that come into play on 9 holes of the 18 hole course 6162 yds par 71.
Situated near Banbury the course is a classic heathland layout with gorse and broom in abundance. The course is built on free-draining sandy soil and meticulous grooming ensures the course is presented in excellent condition throughout the year.
Championship links style golf course in the rolling hills of the
Chilterns, is 45 minutes northwest of London near Oxford.
Rees Jones designed course par 72 and 7,128 yds. Challenging bunker layout, strategically placed lakes, wispy rough and wind make this a real challenge. A “must play” during your golf break
Only 6 miles from the centre of Oxford Studley Wood Golf
Club boasts a superb golf course, 6,709 yds Par 72 with
excellent practice facilities.
The 18 hole course meanders through undulating countryside with natural woodland at its core and 13 lakes to navigate.
A stunning 18 hole Championship Course set in beautifully undulating Oxfordshire countryside, near Chipping Norton. The 18th hole stretches 600 yards from the championship tee to the green which sits 100yds in front of the majestic frontage of the old main house