Denham Golf Club is one of the leading parkland courses in Buckinghamshire.
Denham Golf Club was founded in 1910 when the course was constructed and existing farm buildings dating back to the 16th Century were converted into a clubhouse.
The parkland course, designed by Harry Colt, opened for play on the 29th of May 1911. It challenges golfers of all abilities and benefits from players being able to start from both the 1st and 10th tees due to their close proximity to the Clubhouse. The course measures 6,500 yards and is Par 72.
They are particularly fortunate that due to having a gravel sub-structure the course drains so well and is therefore rarely closed, and it is unusual to have temporary greens in play.
At the Club’s request, a railway station called Denham Golf Club was opened in 1912. It continues to serve the Club today and is only a 20 minute journey from London Marylebone.
The Clubhouse Bar is full of character and serves a good selection of drinks and bar snacks, the Dining Room is renowned for its exceptional food, its excellent wine cellar and high standards of service, and the Terrace that overlooks the putting green is a great place to relax and enjoy a drink after your game.
They also offer meeting facilities if you wish to have a business meeting prior to playing golf.
The Club is extremely accessible – only five minutes from J1 of the M40, 10 minutes from J16 on the M25, 20 minutes from West London and 30 minutes from Heathrow.
Golf Society Days are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Casual visitors are welcome Monday to Thursday & Sunday afternoon