Stoke Park Golf Course, Stoke Park
Opened in 1908 as the finest golf club in the British Isles, Stoke Park was designed by the greatest golf course architect of his generation, Harry Shapland Colt. The Club’s 27 hole championship golf course is set in 350 acres of 18th century parkland and inside the Clubhouse (a Grade 1 listed mansion) is the ultimate luxury, with some of the best and most elegant entertaining facilities in the world. Colt worked on many of the greatest courses in the world including Muirfield, Sunningdale, Royal Portrush, Wentworth and Pine Valley in America. In 1996 Stoke Park received the award of “Golf Club of the Year”, chosen from 2,200 Clubs in the British Isles, by the largest selling golf course review book “Following the Fairways”.
Did You Know?
Furthermore, the most famous game of golf in film history was also played at the Club, where James Bond defeated Goldfinger on the 18th green in 1964!