Spotlight on… Berkshire


Berkshire sits just outside the M25 circle and stretches along the M4, making golf courses within the county easily accessible from both the east and west.

 

The county is rich in quality golf at great value, and below are just a few of the great courses available to book through Teeofftimes.co.uk…

 

Bird Hills Golf Centre

Bird Hills is set in Berkshire’s picturesque countryside with open fairways, plenty of water hazards and well placed bunkers. The par 72 course is carefully designed to provide an enjoyable round of golf for every level of golfer. Bird Hills also offers visitors good tee time availability all day.

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Temple Golf Club

Temple’s course was designed by 1887 and 1889 Open Champion Willie Park Junior, and to this day the spirit of his inland links vision is maintained. Situated near Marlow and the Thames Valley, the course provides a picturesque backdrop for the challenging 18 holes of golf. Popular with members and visitors, the club offers a welcoming atmosphere for your next tee time.

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De Vere Wokefield Estate Golf Club

One of the popular choices with Teeofftimes.co.uk golfers, De Vere Wokefield Estate Golf Club boasts a 6,996-yard, par-72 championship course designed to US PGA standards. Seasoned professional or first-time golfer, this thoughtfully designed Reading golf course features elevated trees, streams, lakes and bunkers to test your skill.

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Royal Ascot Golf Club

Royal Ascot Golf Club was founded by local Barrister F.J. Patton in 1887, and given Royal status by Queen Victoria later that year. Many of her children learned to play golf at Royal Ascot, and The Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, was patron of the club in 1901. The Club was originally located within the world famous Ascot Racecourse, but in 2005 moved next door to its new premises. This allowed for the construction of a challenging, 6,294-yard parkland course described by one former Ryder Cup player as “one of the best new English courses I have played for a long time.”

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The West Berkshire

Founded in 1975, The West Berkshire Golf Club is renowned for its relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The course provides a good challenge for all standards of player thanks to variety of tee positions ranging from 5,450 yards to a championship length of over 7,000 yards. Set on the Berkshire Downs just off the M4, the West Berkshire Golf Club is easily accessible from both Swindon and Reading.

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