6 English Hidden Gems

By: Adam Smith | Sun 07 Jul 2013 | Comments


A selection of England's finest golf courses available at great prices. Why not treat yourself to a quality round of golf?

De Vere Mottram Hall

Cheshire, North, England

Another Dave Thomas championship course wraps itself around the 18th Century Georgian country house hotel. The course is an undulating park and woodland American design with tree lined fairways and strategically placed hazards waiting for you through all 18 holes. Make sure to take advantage of the top practice facilities before stepping out on one of the toughest tracks on the De Vere list.

Woodland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,006 Yards

July 2013, Rated 4.36 from 166 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.

Mottram Hall feature review

Stapleford Park Golf Course

Leicestershire, East Midlands, England Stapleford Park

The beautiful Stapleford Park is an inland gem with a links type feel about it. Set within a royal estate the course has hosted European seniors events and it's impeccable standards seen throughout your round will offer you a memorable round. The course wraps all around the estate and you won't find one hole the same. A number of ponds, streams and trees makes it a challenging but truly unique golfing experience. If you're in the area then this is the best course is the region.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 73, 6,944 Yards

July 2013, Rated 4.3 from 27 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and
booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.

Stapleford Parl Feature Review

Stoke Park Golf Course

Buckinghamshire, South, England Stoke Park Golf Club

Lnown as one of the finest parkland courses in England, Stoke Park has the history and heritage to back it up. The Harry Colt design is one that when played, golfers know they won't want to play anywhere else. USGA standard greens and all-year round conditioning  means you can play Stoke Park when ever you want and still get the same buzz and excitement from playing on a championship course.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 71, 6,751 Yards

July 2013, Rated 4.56 from 67 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.
 

Heythrop Park Golf Course

Oxfordshire, South, England

World renowned architects Mackenzie & Egbert are behind this championship course that meanders through ancient woodland. Heythrop Park features numerous hazards and even it's own 18th century stone bridge. At just over 7,000 yards it's also a great test of your game and good course manegement is essential for a low score.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,088 Yards

July 2013, Rated 3.98 from 62 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.
 

The Arden Course – Forest of Arden Golf Course

Warwickshire, West Midlands, England Forest of Arden

The Arden Course is one of England's best and it's proven by the history of the events it's held over the years including the 1997-1999 One-2-One British Masters, 2000-2002 English Open and the 2003 British Masters. It has one of the European Tour's most distinctive finishing holes as the 202-yard hole overlooks the fishing lakes and resort on site.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,213 Yards

July 2013, Rated 4.55 from 324 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.
 

Hunting Course – De Vere Slaley Hall

Northumberland, North, England

The Hunting is a truly great golf course and it's no surprise that it holds European Tour events on an annual basis - it was also England's entry to stage the 2010 Ryder Cup and was host to the PGA Senior’s Championship in August 2008. The challenging par 4, 9th is an awesome hole with a carry over water through a narrow avenue of towering trees and dense rhododendrons. With the abundant foliage along the fairways, you'll see why this golf course is one of the most colourful in the British Isles.

Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,088 Yards

July 2013, Rated 4.53 from 98 reviews on Golfshake.com For tee times and booking Online visit Teeofftimes.co.uk.
 

 

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