Brocket Hall Golf Club
Brocket Hall Golf Club, Hertfordshire has 36 holes; Palmerston Course, par 72 (7080 yard) designed by Donald Steel and Melbourne Course designed by Peter Alliss. A resort, parkland golf course.
Brocket Hall, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL8 7XG United KingdomTel: 01707 335241 | Fax: 01707 390052
Golf Pro: Simon Garner with Robin Cheng | Tel: 01707 368739
Contact/Secretary: Callum Bruce (Golf Reservations)
Tee Time InformationPrice Guide: £££££
- Midweek Guide: £85.00 - £150.00 per round depending on season* *
- Weekend Guide: £95.00 - £175.00 per round depending on season* *
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Facilities & Visitor Information
Course Information: 36 holes | Par 72 | 6173 yards | Resort | Parkland
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, Accommodation available, golf course.
Visitors: *Visitors are only allowed on our visitors course after 12pm at the weekend
Please contact us to discuss Green Fees as prices change monthly.
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to
booking.*Visitors are only allowed on our visitors course after 12pm at the weekendPlease contact us to discuss Green Fees as prices change monthly.* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
- Societies Accepted to Play
- 7 Day Membership Available
- 5 Day Membership Available
Restrictions: Maximum Handicap 28
Location: Brocket Hall is situated just 22 miles from the West End of London. Recommended motorway exits are:
A1(M) either direction junction 4
M1 either direction junction 10
M25 either direction junction 23
Designed by: Palmerston - Donald Steel; Melbourne - Peter
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News & Events
- Brocket Hall Scholars are Given a Khan-Do Attitude by Tour Star Simon
- 'Brocket Collection' Booklet
- Brocket Hall Hailed by 'Mystery Shoppers'
- Brocket Hall Launch Unique Luxury Golf Breaks
- Offers - 2014
- Brocket Hall announce Major investment plans for Melbourne Course
- Fairways and Fries 2013 -2014
- Brocket Hall Golf Club
- Brocket Hall - Melbourne Course
- Brocket Hall - Palmerston Course Review
- Brocket Hall Review
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Brocket Hall Golf Club Reviews & Information
4.38 ... Overall Rating
4.55 ... The Course
4.45 ... Facilities/Serv.
3.73 ... VFM
207 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked 100 out of 1932.
HIGHLY RATED - 97% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: Brocket Hall Golf Club is home to the par 73 Palmerston Course, designed by the renowned architect Donald Steel which wends its way through mature woodland and the Melbourne Course, designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark which follows the natural undulations and contours of the 18th Century parkland.Read our full review
What Golfshake says:
Most Helpful Review
(Round played: Oct 2014 - Score: 99 Handicap: 25.3)
- Oct 15 2014
Golfshake Team Review
- Aug 22 2012
Golf Course Reviews for Brocket Hall Golf Club
Staff and food amazing, course in great condition for time of year. Green rolled very true but very tricky as not a flat straight putt to be had.
(Round played: Feb 2018 - Score: 97 Handicap: 19.4)
Some nice and holes and strange holes, very indifferent green speeds. Nice touch finishing over the water on 18.
(Round played: Sep 2017 - Score: 95 Handicap: 11.2)
Played the Melbourne for a change, not played it in a long while. Friendly starter, nice practise area convenient for the first. Course is a good test, several excellent par 4's, water in play 5 times. Never liked the first hole, apart from that it's the strongest Clark/Alliss layout I know of. Both courses deserve to be in the top 10 in Hertfordshire if we are just talking about design.
Sadly, brocket is better known these days for various financial shenanigans, and it's now very obvious in the condition of the course. The quoted green fees are extremely steep, which is fine but I have to judge what is on offer against that price. Fairways are extremely bare after a dry few weeks. Greens pretty good, 8 on the stimp, but you'd expect quicker for the price. Several tees, not to mention the grass practise area, are completely brown, which is bizarre as they have sprinklers, which are obviously not operational. Brocket has to work out how to get some of the several billion gallons of water from the lake onto the course, it really can't be that hard.
Not surprisingly, the course was completely empty. At the moment, it compares very poorly to other courses in the area that ask for rather less money. The academy should be a great selling point, but I visited letchworths a few weeks ago and it is considerably better.
Over rated on here by a lot, needs to get its act together.
Played the Melbourne course. Pro shop not very helpful or at all enthusiastic about welcoming visitors.
And for the price of the green fees the least I would expect is the bunkers to be raked over every morning. Some of them looked untouched for days. This venue and courses deserve much better maintenance, and service than it is getting at present.
played both the Melbourne and the Palmerston on consecutive days and they are in excellent condition, with both having there own challenges and being different courses in many ways.
(Round played: Jun 2017 - Score: 99 Handicap: 21.7)
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