Woburn Golf Club
Woburn Golf Club is one of the most famous in the UK, boasting three excellent courses that are each ranked among the top 100 golf courses in the UK by Golf Monthly and Golf World magazines. Woburn has played host to over 60 professional tournaments over the years, showing both the quality and facilities that this club boasts.
The Duke’s, Duchess’ and Marquess’ make up the three 18-hole courses, each offering a unique challenge, however, the three courses are similarly lined by the magnificent pine, silver birch, and chestnut trees. The facilities at Woburn are second to none, a redevelopment of the clubhouse meant that the off-course facilities now match the quality of the fantastic courses.
The practice facilities at Woburn are of the highest standard and allow golfers to test all areas of their game. The mix of excellent golf and vast facilities at Woburn Golf Club makes it the perfect destination for a UK golf vacation.
Golf courses at Woburn Golf Club
The Duke’s Course is one of three courses at Woburn Golf Club, measuring 6,983 yards this Charles Lawrie design offers a challenging test for any skill level. The fairways are lined with pine, silver birch and chestnut trees, creating the ideal setting. Heather, bracken, and gorse create other natural hazards, whilst adding to the beauty and difficulty of this fantastic course. The Duke’s played host to the British Masters for 20 years, showcasing the quality this championship layout holds.
The Marquess’ Course at Woburn Golf Club was designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, located within 200 acres of idyllic woodland, few courses can match the natural beauty of the Marquess. The rolling fairways are lined by pine, spruce, sweet chestnut and oak trees, creating a challenge from the tee. The layout played host to the British Masters within a year of opening and has since hosted the English Amateur, Women’s British Open as well as Final Qualifying for The Open.
The Duchess’ Course at Woburn Golf Club is the youngest of the three courses, however, it still offers a great test of golf and rivals both the Duke’s and Duchess’ Courses quality. Lined by pine, silver birch and chestnut trees, the layout is surrounded by beauty and offers the perfect golfing destination.