Golf days for 2020


Woburn – 36 holes

Wednesday, August 26, 2020
We now return yet again (our 8th appearance over the years) to wonderful Woburn, where in 2012 all 3 courses were ranked in the UK & Ireland Top 100 by Golf Monthly, the first 54 hole club ever to have done so. After meeting in our usual spot, the Poulter room, we play the Duchess, opened in 1978 (2 years after the Duke’s) & thought by many to be the younger sibling of the 3. The Duchess did not take this tag lightly - it is a super course in its own right & now thought by many to be...

New Zealand

Friday, September 25, 2020
New Zealand GC is yet another IGC London course established over a 100 years ago yet still retaining an old world charm. Founded in 1895, it was laid out on the estate of H.F.Locke-King, who also built Brooklands, the world’s first motor racing circuit, on his property. It sits amid many illustrious neighbours such as the 3 ‘W’s’ & Sunningdale but more than holds its own. People quite simply love playing here & not for nothing is it regularly referred to as “Surrey’s hidden gem.” This stunning heathland course has 18 ‘individual’ holes that wend their way amongst the pine...

West Hill

Monday, October 12, 2020
Designed in 1907, this stunning heartland course is lined with heather & towering Scots pines. A major refurbishment in the last twenty years has incorporated a full bunker renovation programme, full state of the art fairway watering system & full tee renovation. However, the original layout has remained largely unaltered, making West Hill one of the best mature, well designed & scenic courses around.

St. George’s Hill

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
St. George’s Hill has 3 loops of nine holes, the Red, Blue & Green. The 2 more illustrious nines are the Red & the Blue - we shall be playing these 2. Situated in the midst of the fabulous Surrey heathland, St.George’s is widely thought of as Harry Colt’s best work. Opened in 1913, it comprises undulating fairways, heather, birch & stately Scots pines, all set within an exclusive private estate. St.George’s is worth playing for no other reason than for coming to view the clubhouse from both outside & within. This magnificent red-brick structure sits atop the hill proudly...