There are around 40 golf clubs in Buckinghamshire, consisting of some superb old championship courses like Stoke Park, as well as new parkland courses such as The Buckinghamshire, and Magnolia Park. Perhaps the most famous golf courses in Buckinghamshire are at Woburn, a regular host to the European Tour and home to three classic parkland championship golf courses. Public golf courses like Trent Park are also popular, and there are a number of private golf clubs in Buckinghamshire that appeal to all pockets, from the likes of Oak Park to Lambourne, and Harleyford. Buckinghamshire is bordered by Greater London, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, and Hertfordshire, and is enhanced by delightful spots along The River Thames. There are also a number of golf courses near London that are within Buckinghamshire, for example Denham, and Richings Park.
Having tested many famous names in golf the Duke's Course is still the course most people associate with Woburn. The Duke’s Course was the scene of the British Masters for twenty years as well as other top professional events. Opened in 2000, the Marquess’ Course is often referred to as the ‘jewel in the crown’. A breathtaking addition to the Golf Club, creating a 54-hole complex that is unrivalled anywhere in the UK. The Duchess’ Course is Woburn’s hidden gem and a fine example of a course built for the thinking golfer. The natural characteristics of each hole provide a testing challenge and demand a number of different strategies.
One of the Top 10 Golf Courses in Buckinghamshire. Set in truly magnificent surroundings, nestled by the River Thames in Marlow. Discovering Harleyford for the first time is like uncovering a hidden treasure. Beautifully crafted in a natural downland setting, the 6,714 yard par 72 course is both challenging and rewarding to players of all levels. The history of the estate dates back to the 12th century and is designated as “an area of outstanding beauty”. The clubhouse has been developed on a theme from the Victorian farm buildings and provides stunning facilities for many social occasions.
Our golf course was designed by Harry Shapland Colt. In 1992, Today's Golfer wrote “Longevity and history do not necessarily make for a great golf course but in the case of Stoke Park it becomes immediately apparent why this layout has withstood the considerable test of time." The exceptionally high quality of the greens are a particular feature of the course, but Stoke Park is about more than just a great course, with the traditions, events, competitions and atmosphere created over 100 years. Stoke Park offers luxury AA 5 Star accommodation within easy reach of London Heathrow, Windsor and central London, as well as the best of today's sporting, leisure and entertaining facilities.
Set in over 200 acres of rolling Buckinghamshire countryside, the course was designed by Jonathan Gaunt, one of the UK’s leading golf architects. To many, it is known as the closest a parkland course can be to a links due to its beautiful water features and sometimes windy conditions. Played from the forward tees, the subtle undulating fairways will offer an exciting game for golfers of all abilities, whilst the competition tees give the more experienced golfers a course with Championship potential.Magnolia Park is not a course to be taken lightly but if you’re playing well and taking full advantage of the conditions you will have a very enjoyable round.
Although the course is only 5760 yards long off the white tees, don't be fooled! It plays every yard of that due to the hilly nature of the course. Don't think that you can merely take a driver and a short iron to the greens of the par 4s; if you are off-line then the chances are you will be playing your second shot sideways out of the trees. This is a true test of golf for players of all abilities, with stunning scenery to match. After a round the excellent clubhouse is the perfect place to relax. Recently refurbished and extended, it offers absolutely stunning views over Mentmore and the surrounding countryside as far as Dunstable...well worth a visit for the vista alone.
Weston Turville Golf Course was established in 1973. The 18-hole golf course is 6008 yards and is par 69. Situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, the course presents a demanding test for the lower handicap but is not so daunting that the higher handicap cannot score well and enjoy the game with prudent use of the shots they receive. Water hazards are a distinctive feature of the course and there is plenty of variety in the character of the holes. 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.
The 18 hole, par 67 course is set in pleasantly undulating mature parkland on the edge of the Chilterns, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Designed by Jonathan Gaunt, a highly acclaimed member of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects, the course is easy walking, free draining and provides an excellent and enjoyable golfing experience for all. Additional facilities include driving range and practice green with two practice bunkers for a good warm up session. A small fleet of single and doubles seater buggies are also available to make your round more comfortable.
The golf course at The Lambourne Club is set in 180 acres of breathtakingly tranquility with magnificent old oak and beech trees and picturesque lakes. It is one of the most prestigious private courses in the Buckinghamshire region. The par 72 course measures 6798 yards from the back tees and has 3 other sets of tees to suit all abilities. It is maintained with the highest consideration for environmental issues. The golf course is of championship length and standard and you will enjoy hitting to generous fairways and attacking well-protected greens. We are constantly looking to provide members with excellent playing surfaces and conditions.
The Buckinghamshire Golf Course was created by the legendary John Jacobs O.B.E. His skilful use of the natural features and local topography, allied to the devoted skills of our greenkeeping staff who present the course to the highest standards year round have meant that our course has quickly become recognised as one of the finest inland courses in the British Isles. The Buckinghamshire Golf Club has played host to highlight of The European PGA Seniors Tour, The Senior Tournament of Champions from 1996-2000. The Clubhouse itself is impressive and as you approach you are drawn into another world. However, the Club enjoys an informal atmosphere and we pride ourselves in offering a personal touch.
Chartridge Park Golf Club is set in a quiet and peaceful location in the beautiful Buckinghamshire Countryside. The club affords wonderful views of the Pednor Valley and Chiltern Hills. Chartridge Park Golf Club is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, between Chesham and Wendover. The 18 hole course designed by John Jacobs has many testing and interesting holes, and at 5,409 yards (par 68), the course offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities. Chartridge Park Golf Club is known for its friendliness and warm welcome.
With the River Misbourne meandering past the club house, Gerrards Cross Golf Club is one of the most beautiful in South Buckinghamshire. The Club is situated just over 20 miles to the west of London and is less than 10 minutes drive from the M25 and M40. Built in the grounds of an ancient estate in 1922, the parkland golf course features beech and oak trees throughout the layout, and is particularly attractive in Spring and Autumn.
Built in 1907, Harewood Downs golf course features some of the finest holes in Buckinghamshire and provides a challenging test for all levels of golfer. The course benefits from the most spectacular views over the Misbourne valley and rolling Chiltern Hills. Following recent investment, the course is currently in wonderful condition, and is gaining rave reviews from many aficionados. The Clubhouse offers a wonderful setting for weddings and parties, which is particularly hard to match.
The outstanding 18 hole course at Wycombe Heights was designed by former Ryder Cup captain and golf legend John Jacobs. Beautifully laid out on chalk hills, the golfing challenge of this high quality golf course is every bit as enjoyable as the astonishing views over the Chilterns. The course is maintained to the highest standards all year round, with immaculate greens, and offers an enjoyable test for all golfers no matter what your ability.