Glorious winter golf awaits you with Teeofftimes
Throughout the colder winter months we can’t blame you for not wanting to play as much golf, but we definitely don’t think you should be putting your clubs into storage either! Check out some of the most popular courses on Teeofftimes since the drop in temperature, where you can be sure to find a great round of golf and at great value.
Panshanger Golf Complex, Hertfordshire
Panshanger Golf Complex is home to one of the UK’s most highly regarded public courses with stunning views over Hertfordshire’s Mimram Valley. The 18-hole course is complemented by a 9-hole pitch and putt course, as well as a practice putting green and practice nets. Linked to the complex is the Fairway Tavern that serves an array of food and drink throughout the day.
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Bird Hills Golf Centre, Berkshire
Bird Hills Golf Centre is a superbly designed 18-hole, par 72 course in Maidenhead. Bird Hills Golf Centre is set in Berkshire’s picturesque countryside with open fairways, plenty of water hazards and well placed bunkers. This fantastic parkland layout measures 6,192 yards, with wide fairways and incredible views. The pathways have been recently resurfaced and bunkers renovated to help make the course conditions shine.
The Belfry – PGA National Course, Warwickshire
The Belfry is one of England’s best golfing venues, with three excellent golf courses set in 550 acres of stunning Warwickshire countryside. The golf needs no introduction; having hosted the Ryder Cup four times, the Brabazon Course, Derby Course and the PGA National Course create an all-round golfers paradise that allows you to follow in the footsteps of legends. The PGA National Golf Course is the youngest of the three courses at the Belfry, opening for play in 1997. A wealth of challenges have been built into the layout including four constructed lakes and strategically-placed greenside sand-traps. Overall it has a very inland-links feel to it and boasts the reputation of being England’s only PGA golf course!
De Vere Selsdon Estate Golf Club, Surrey
De Vere Selsdon Estate Golf Club was designed by JH Taylor in 1929 and has the benefits of being connected to a 4 star hotel. This includes the quality of service you get when visiting as well as some of the added extras such as the hotel bar and changing facilities. There is a warm up area and a practice putting green. De Vere Selsdon Estate Golf Club is 6,368 yards and is a par-72. This is a real test for any golfer with tree lined fairways and five par-5s. They are constantly making improvements to ensure it keeps up with the modern game of golf while also making sure it is still enjoyable. Some of the improvements include new bunkers and re-shaping some of the holes.
Brandon Wood Golf Club, Warwickshire
Brandon Wood Golf Club is situated in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside on the banks of the River Avon. This championship golf course is exclusive in design; located in a picturesque setting, the golf course demonstrates a variety of challenges. There are plenty of doglegs to catch you out, with scatterings of bunkers and tree-lined fairways to frame the course. The signature hole is the par-3 6th hole. It’s only a short par-3 measuring 149 yards, but has a very small green and is likened to the postage stamp hole at Royal Troon. Accuracy is the key to making par on this hole and many others on the course.
Radlett Park Golf Club, Hertfordshire
The 18-hole parkland course at Radlett Park Golf Club spans 6,419 yards in length and has a par of 72. The course has gone through a lot of redevelopment over the past few years, including new greens and tees which has made a real improvement to all golfer’s experience. With gentle undulating fairways that have newly fitted irrigation systems, the course is playable all year round.
De Vere Wokefield Estate Golf Club, Berkshire
De Vere Wokefield Estate is home to a 6,996-yard, par-72 championship course that is designed to US PGA standards. The 18 challenging holes cover 170 acres of parkland with design elements including elevated trees, streams, lakes, and bunkers. In addition to the 18-hole course, facilities include a 13-bay driving range, short game area, and putting green.
Hilltop Golf Course, Warwickshire
Hilltop Golf Course is an established 18-hole, par-71 parkland course within beautiful countryside near West Bromwich. The par-71 course has undulating fairways and stunning views across the countryside. Due to its excellent drainage, it is one of the best courses to play during the winter months. The 7th hole, although a par-3, is one of the most challenging holes. The fairway drops away in front of the green, making it essential to land on the green with your tee shot. The greens are large but well-protected, so accuracy is the key on this course. The practice area by the first hole is ideal for a quick warmup before your round.
Surrey National Golf Club, Surrey
Surrey National is part of the respected Altonwood Group. Opened in 1999, the course was designed by David Williams. The clubhouse itself is fantastic and overlooks the 18th hole, giving a grandstand finish. There are modern facilities and a fully stocked pro shop. This 6,858 yard, par-73 parkland course is one of the top courses within the M25. Set in two beautiful valleys, this course has a lot of testing par 4s with well positioned bunkers. Despite the valleys, there is actually just one uphill shot on the course. The 3rd is a tricky par-3 that has a 150 yard carry over a lake. The majority of the course is tree lined meaning accuracy off the tee is crucial if you are to score well.