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Woburn Golf Club and Woburn Golf Course
Woburn Golf Club and Woburn Golf Course
Welcome To Woburn Golf Club
Details Correct As Of 07/04/2015

Address    Little Brickhill
Town    Milton Keynes
Postcode    MK17 9LJ
Secretary / Manager    Glenna Beasley and Eddie Bullock
First Name / Manager    Glenna and Eddie
Telephone    01908 370756
Fax    01908 378436
Club Website Address   www.woburngolf.com
Email Address   enquiries@woburngolf.com
Course Information Line Telephone    01908 370 756
Greenkeeper    Steve Tompkins / Chris Hunt / Gary Leadbeater
Club Professional    Luther Blacklock
Telephone    01908 626600
Fax    01908 378 436
Pro's Website Address   www.woburngolf.com
Pro's Email Address   proshop@woburngolf.com
Club Steward / Manager    Alan Wilkins & Steve West
Telephone    01908 626 602
Fax    01908 378 436
Number Of Holes    36 Hole
Course Yardage    6973
Par    72
Yardage Markers On Course   yes
Changing Room Facilities   yes
Handicap Certificates Required   yes
Driving Range   yes
Soft Spikes Required   yes
Society Day(s)     Mon , Tue , Wed , Thur , Fri
Type Of Club    Members
Course Type    Parkland
Green Fees Weekdays   No Information Given
Green Fees Weekends   No Information Given
Green Fees Twilight   No Information Given
Green Fees Junior   No Information Given
Green Fees Society   No Information Given
Green Fees Other   No Information Given
Joining Fee   No Information Given
7 Day Membership Fee   No Information Given
5 Day Membership Fee   No Information Given
Ladies Membership Fee   No Information Given
Junior Membership Fee   No Information Given
Country Membership Fee   No Information Given
Other Membership Fees   No Information Given
Membership Fee Information    On Application
Proshop Available   yes
Club Hire Available   yes
Club Repairs Available   yes
Custom Club Fitting Service   yes
Trolley Hire Available   yes
Electric Trolley Repair   no
Buggy Hire Available   yes
Lessons Available   yes
Course Planner Available   yes
Bar Available   yes
Breakfast Available   yes
Lunch Available   yes
Afternoon Tea Available   yes
Dinner Available   yes
Accommodation Available   no
Woburn Golf and Country Club, home of many professional championships, has a roll of honour equalled by few. Set in the beautiful surroundings of the Duke of Bedford`s Estate near Woburn, these 18 hole golf courses are suitably named the Duke's, Duchess and Marquees courses.

02/11/2011 - Sent by Vincent Ian Pinner
  Played the Duchess' and Duke's courses at the end of October.
Fantastic venue and great facilities. Both courses are excellent (having played the Marquess previously, that is also an exceptional track too) with greens running fast - even in October - and conditioning of fairways and tees being of a quality that marks this place out from its peers.

Both the Duchess' and the Duke's are carved out of a pine forest making each hole individual and providing the feeling of wonderful seclusion. The Duchess' course is the least known but is the tightest and arguably the best test of golf of the three on offer. The Duke's is the most famous with the signature par-3 3rd hole being a feature. Nevertheless the Duke's offers up other aesthetically pleasing and challenging holes. On a few holes there are significant carries to make over land that falls away dramatically, ensuring that every shot requires your full attention.
It is a pleasure to play at this place, whichever course you choose. The staff are dedicated to providing a great customer service and it is a place that makes you want to return again just to smell the beautiful pine forest!
The fees are quite high, although not out of line when you compare what you get for your money. We got a special deal with welcome coffee and bacon roll, playing the Duchess' in the morning, a carvery lunch and the Duke's in the afternoon. This cost us about 75 for an October mid-week day.

25/08/2010 - Sent by Paul Evans
  Just returned from playing the 3x Courses.19 in our party from Formby Hall.
Couldn t fault ANY of the Courses,Each one was different and in excellent condition,Though you need to be on your best game for the "Dukes" course with its narrow fairways,A true test of your golfing abilities.The staff there were very professional and very helpfull,recommend this to anyone looking for a "Golfing Experience" to remember.

11/10/2005 - Sent by Anon
  Played here 10/10/05.

Great course but greens in very poor condition. Looks like a long term problem, for that reason alone I would avoid.

<font size= 2 color=#FF0000>The Marquess Course</font>
Golfers are reminded that SOFT SPIKE GOLF SHOES are compulsory on the Marquess Course.
<p> The Marquess course is a breath-taking addition to the golf club and joins the existing Dukes and Duchess courses to create a 54 hole complex that is possibly unrivalled anywhere in the UK. Some are already calling this new course the Jewel in the Crown.
<p> Named after the Marquess of Tavistock, the new course, par 72 and
7,200 yards long is the design creation of Peter Alliss and Clive Clark,
Golf Design (Ross McMurray) and Woburn Director Alex Hay.
<p> Set within 200 acres of mixed woodland the Marquess course overlaps
the county
boundary dividing Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire and presents a
variety of
rolling and undulating terrain. The predominant tree species are pine,
sweet chestnut and oak while there are a number of rare specimen trees
as Corsican Pine, yew, rowan and beech.
<p> The Marquess Course has been designed to provide an enjoyable
challenge for
golfers of all levels with each hole having its own unique character.
<p> <b><font size= 2 color=#FF0000>The Dukes Course</font></b>
The scene of the British Masters for 20 years as well as other top mens
womens professional events, the Dukes Course was created on some of the
inland golfing country in Europe. Both the Dukes and the Duchess
courses were
designed by Charles Lawrie in 1974 when the present Marquess of
Tavistock decided
to bring golf to the Woburn estate.
<p> The fairways of the 6,961yard Dukes Course are lined with pine,
silver birch
and chestnut trees. The famous third hole is framed with rhododendron
has recently been voted in The Worlds Top 500 Holes by Golf Magazine.
bracken and gorse add to the charm of the course as well as the natural
of each hole.
<p> <b><font color=#FF0000 size= 2>The Duchess Course</font></b>
Now placed in the top 100 courses in the British Isles the Duchess
Course is
a fine example of a course built for the thinking golfer. A different
is required for each hole incorporating the natural characteristics
to challenge the golfer. Slightly shorter in length than the Dukes
at 6,651 yards the Duchess Course is cut from more formal pine forest.
Its rolling
fairways and subtle contours are deceptively landscaped to test the
full repertoire of shots.
<p> An intriguing feature is the ancient Danish fortification and military
which cross the course at some of the holes.
<p> We do not have any caddies available, but we can offer buggies to hire
£45 per day. Regards payment to play, we accept any major credit card
visa, mastercard, etc) and the total amount due must be paid on the
day (no deposit is required).

Two rounds of golf & a three course carvey luncheon between £95 - £115 (April - October) the price depends on what combination of three courses you play (Duke's, Duchess or Marquess)
1/2 mile East of the A5. 4 Miles West of the M1 Junction 13.<P>
The Club is some 45 miles from London and within approximately an hour's drive from Cambridge, Oxford and Leicester. It is just four and half miles away from junction 13 of the M1.
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