What we say
This delightful parkland has been around for nearly 120 years and is the oldest course in Hertfordshire. Par-3 fans will love the quality back-to-back short holes around the turn, the 10th being a lovely 181-yarder to a raised green.
Welcome to Bushey Hall Golf Club, a long-established golf course set in 120 acres of mature wood and parkland in the centre of Hertfordshire. Pristine in its modern presentation, yet steeped in history as the oldest Club in Hertfordshire.
Bushey Hall Golf Club has seen many changes in its 100 years of golfing excellence.The impressive timbered frames of the current clubhouse are listed, to preserve their character and heritage.
The manicured gardens and terrace area overlook the impressive water feature by the eighteenth and down the fairway through ancient oaks and rolling terrain that make golf here such a pleasure.
Situated just a short drive from the M25 and M1 motorways, this 18 Hole, 6,055 yard, Par 69 is easily accessed, yet remains a peaceful oasis for golfers who enjoy the seclusion and challenge of a great day's golf.
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- Address Bushey Hall Drive, , BUSHEY
- Tel 01923 222253
- Website www.busheyhallgolfclub.co.uk
|Green Fees||Rates from £25.|
|Course Length||5,831 yards (5,332 metres)|
- Course has: Bar
- Course has: Buggy Hire
- Course does not have: Driving Range
- Course does not have: Practice Green
- Course has: Pro Shop
- Course has: Restaurant
- Course has: Trolley Hire
- Course has: Dress Code
- Course has: Club Hire
- Course does not have: Handicap
Played an Inter club match here on Saturday, and despite getting well beaten I really enjoyed playing the course which was well maintained, a good and fair challenge. The greens were excellent and rolled truly, the fairways good, and though some of the bunkers were waterlogged due to recent rain they appeared well looked after. The clubhouse reeks of history (125 years old) but is very comfortable. The food and drink was good, the staff excellent and friendly. The other team and golfers on the course were welcoming. I think the par 3s are the stars of the course, none being easy and each having their own challenges. There isn't any real rough to talk of. Will I play there again? Yes definitely.
The course is intresting some blind holes what make it difficullt for someone that did not know the course, distances look shorter than the are. The 241 web page is wrong they dont take vouchers on friday only Monday to Thursday so check before booking
although not that long has several hard holes including a 463yard par 4 and a 228 yard par 3 it's lack of length is more than made up for by it's trickery Play This Course You Won't be Disssapointed