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The Best Golf Courses in London


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The Best Golf Courses in London

A highly appropriate way to celebrate National Golf Day


Dear golf lovers, today is your day. 1 May 2019 is National Golf Day, a celebration of the sport that has endeeringly unclear beginnings, but the modern game of which originated in 15th century Scotland.


That’s right – this sport is older than everyone reading this. Because of this, we believe its national day, National Golf Day, deserves to be marked in some way. And there can’t quite possibly be a more appt way of marking it than heading to a luscious golf course. Discover the best golf courses in London here…

Mill Hill Golf Club

A North London gem since its inception in the 1920s, the Mill Hill Golf Club has an 18 hole course and in addition boasts the Clubhouse, a charming old Coach House which hosts a Jazz Club every Wednesday evening. You can also get lessons here starting from just £25 for 30 minutes.

Highgate Golf Club

The closest 18 hole course to central London, the award winning Highgate Golf Club set in peaceful surroundings is a great option for golfers. It’s private, for members only, and its main event, The Highgate Open, takes place this July – so get signed up!

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Richmond Park Golf Course


You’ll find this luscious golf course that has been established since 1924 inside Richmond Park, London’s oldest Royal park. Open to the public, enjoy two 18 hole courses and a new type of golf, Golf Sixes, ready to play on May 16th and 19th. Get your invitation here! There are also memberships available.

Dulwich & Sydenham Hill Golf Club

Overlooking Dulwich College, this golf club with picturesque rolling hills has been around since 1894. The course benefits from the slopes of Sydenham Hill and is lined with grand oak trees and has grand views of London from Canary Wharf to Wembley. This club is the top choice for junior golfers with its attractive Junior Membership programme.

Enfield Golf Club

One of the first 100 courses to be built in the United Kingdom. The club celebrated its 125th anniversary last year and boasts a ‘modern’ approach to the sport. It’s members only, so before heading down (just a 25 minute train journey from King’s Cross) investigate a membership at

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