With 4 lakes, 135 bunkers, and specially contoured holes spanning the natural terrain, this is as close to a classic links course as they come!
- Oxford (Oxfordshire)
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
This experience entitles guests to play an 18 hole round of golf at the prestigious Oxfordshire Golf Club, a course that has previously hosted the Ladies English Open to see Rebecca Hudson finish as champion, and the Benson & Hedges International Open. With stunning lakes and rolling hills as far as the eye can see, there are few courses more beautiful to play on in the UK.
The course has been styled to match the characteristics of classic links courses, so all 135 bunkers and 4 lakes make use of the natural landscape, making for a fairly challenging game. Located in the centre of the picturesque Chilterns, the views in every direction are absolutely lovely - just don't get too distracted! The Oxfordshire offers all sorts of added extras, so if you want to book a golf buggy, hire a club or purchase some extra tees, these can all be accommodated when booking your full day of golfing pleasure.
If there's a golf lover in your life who's looking to challenge
themselves on a new course, then the Oxfordshire Golf Club round of
golf experience is the ultimate gift. This is one game you're sure
to remember for a lifetime!
Players can book a round of golf seven days a week throughout the year, subject to availability.
Players must have a handicap, and certificates may be required.
There are no age restrictions to play golf, and no handicap limit.
Experience Duration: 05:00
Time at Venue: 05:00
The round of golf can be taken at your own pace.
Participants: The 18 Hole Round of Golf at The Oxfordshire is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: 4
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
Other participants will be using the course on the day of your booking.The golf experience is not suitable for spectators.
Players should wear appropriate golf clothing, and golf shoes.
Golf club and buggy hire is not included in the voucher price.
Golf can be played in most conditions, but should the course be closed due to particularly adverse weather conditions, players can simply reschedule for a more suitable date.