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Golf in Cambridgeshire, Courses, Ranges & holidays

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Cambridgeshire Golf Courses, Clubs, Driving Ranges

Cambridge National Golf

Comberton Rd, Toft, Cambridge, CB3 7RY
Tel: 01223 264700    Pro Shop:  01223 264702    Fax: 01223 264701

Cambridge Meridian features superb short game and long game practice areas and first class tuition. The clubhouse offers a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, with lounge, bar and terrace overlooking both the spectacular 1st and 18th holes.

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Girton Golf Club

Dodford Lane, Girton, Cambridge, CB3 0QE
Tel: 01223 276169    Fax: 01223 277150    E-mail:

Opened in 1936 Girton Golf Club was founded by PGA Professional Allan Gow. Girton is an easy walking, tight parkland course with mature bushes and trees providing a testing game of golf to players of all standards. Visitors are welcome to play at the course on Monday to Friday; no handicap certificate is required but telephone in advance to confirm your tee-off time. Golf Societies are welcome Monday to Friday and an extensive range of packages are available to suit every need.

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Cambridge Lakes Golf Course

Trumpington Rd, Cambridge, CB2 2AJ
Tel: 01223 324242     E-mail:

Beginners/Inexperienced players: We hire all the equipment you need including bag, clubs and balls. Casual dress allowed. No restrictive rules & regulations (except that you play safely and respect the course and other players). A very relaxed and informal atmosphere. A choice of tees so that you can avoid the more difficult hazards. Practise putting green and nets. Experienced, friendly advice on coaching and equipment.  Experienced players: The course provides excellent approach play and short game practise as the greens are of very good quality and well maintained. Pin positions are chosen to provide challenging putts and chip shots. With around 75% of golf played within 150 yards of the green Cambridge Lakes is the ideal place for experienced players to enjoy a quick practise round.

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Bourn Golf Club

Toft Rd, Bourn, Cambridge, Cb23 2TT
Tel: 01954 718057     Email:

This privately owned course was first opened in 1991, and is 6498 yards (off the white tees) in length. It is in quiet, rolling countryside, with many large mature trees and has also been planted with a large stock of additional trees that are now reaching significant size. A river runs throughout, which in combination with 3 lakes results in 11 holes having water hazards. Overall it offers an enjoyable, peaceful challenge to all levels of golfers.

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blank tabELY CITY GOLF CLUBGolf Club
107 Cambridge Road, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4HX
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Founded in 1962 by five local businessmen the original 9 hole course was located on the site of an old 2nd World War Prisoner of War Camp. Using borrowed tractors and machinery and the goodwill of the members this 'self help, home made' course quickly gained in popularity and plans were soon in hand to expand and develop the facilities. Over the years the course has developed into a good test of golf for all those who venture out on to its tree lined fairways. A parkland course with many attractive features, none more impressive than the 11th century Cathedral which dominates the local skyline. Ely City Golf Club warmly welcomes visitors. Please contact us for further details.
Tel: 01353 662751
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Fen Road, Pidley, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3DF
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Situated in the small rural village of Pidley, close to Huntingdon, Lakeside Lodge Golf Centre offers rooms featuring Tea/Coffee making facilities, a Flat screen TV, complimentary WI-FI and en-suite showers.

Whether you're a beginner or pro there's 4 golf courses to suit all handicaps, and a floodlit driving range for those wishing to practice their skills. Indulge your taste buds in the Bar and Restaurant, we also have a Ten Pin Bowling Alley with 4 full size lanes, a health club with personal trainers and classes available, along with confrence facilities.

We look forward to welcoming you soon and making your stay as relaxing or as action packed as you wish it to be.
Establishment Disabled FacilitiesNo Facilities for petsSmoking FacilitiesWiFi FacilitiesTel: 01487 740540
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Buckden Road, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 4NF
With graceful mature trees, natural contoured greens and a host of attractive water features, Brampton Park Golf Club is a pleasant, peaceful and thoroughly enjoyable setting - whether for a challenging game or a relaxing drink or meal. It's no surprise, therefore, that it ranks among the regions top courses. Owned and run by its members, this established club offers a range of facilities that are hard to match - from the bars and restaurant with sweeping views of the course, to the meeting rooms and professionals shop. Brampton Park is also very well connected. Thanks to its perfect location close to the A1/A14 junction, it's just an hour away from London and less than 30 minutes drive from Peterborough, Cambridge and Bedford.
Tel: 01480 434700
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Ramsey Club Company Ltd

4 Abbey Terrace, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1DD
Tel: 01487 812600 / 813022    Fax: 01487 815746    E-mail:

Set on the edge of rural Cambridgeshire in the unique Fenland of East Anglia, this attractive 18 hole Parkland course was established in 1964 and has a par of 72. With its mature and beautifully manicured fairways, and consistently paced greens, it offers an enjoyable challenge for both high and low handicap golfers. It is the boast of members that - "you need to use every club in the bag". Facilities at the club include an A la Carte restaurant and fully licensed bar, 2 full-size Snooker tables, television lounge and card room. We also have a fully stocked PGA Professional Shop.

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March Golf Club

Frogs Abbey, Grange Road, March, Cambridgeshire, PE16 0YN
Tel: 01354 652364    Fax: 01354 652364    E-mail:

A 9 hole fenland course, offering easy walking with a host of attractive water features. A well stocked pro shop, practice area and putting green. Buggy hire available, bar and catering facilities also on site.

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Elton Furze Golf Club

Bullock Road, Haddon, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3TT
Tel: 01832 280189    Fax: 01832 280299    Email:

Established over the past 15 years, Elton Furze has been developed to incorporate a mixture of mature trees, ponds and slopes to ensure your round of golf is a truly pleasurable experience. The course has been specifically designed to cater for golfers of all handicaps. Every hole has its own individual characteristics that can be enjoyed by the beginner but offers a repeated and fresh challenge to the expert.

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Orton Meadows Golf Club

Ham Lane, Orton Waterville, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 5UU
Tel: 01733 237478

Orton Meadows Golf Course was opened initially as a 12 hole course laid out on land available within Ferry Meadows Country Park. The course was subsequently extended to a full 18 holes with the additional holes being built on land reclaimed during gravel extraction. The course - a par 67 of 5613 yards designed by Dennis and Roger Fitton - is extremely picturesque, surrounded by trees and having much wildlife including many varieties of birds and waterfowl. As well as interesting scenery Orton Meadows provides its own challenges and rewards with water featuring on no less than 10 holes. The third is a long, some say par 5. The second and fifteenth compete to be the shortest with the 15th just winning!

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Thorney Golf Centre

English Drove, Thorney, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE6 0TJ
Tel: 01733 270570    Fax: 01733 270842

Fen Course: 18 hole pay and play, 6104 yards, Par 70. Lakes Course: 6402 yards, Par 71, 18 hole course. Other facilities include: 12 bay floodlit driving range, fully stocked pro shop, large clubhouse with three bars and a restaurant.

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Thorpe Wood Golf Course

Thorpe Wood, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 6SE
Tel: 01733 267701    Fax: 01733 332774    E-mail:

Thorpe Wood Golf Course was developed as one of the first major leisure projects in the expansion of Peterborough and has been recognised as the leading pay as you play course in the country. The course was designed by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas, who also designed the Belfry, and was constructed to a very high standard. It challenges and rewards golfers of all levels and abilities. The gently undulating Par 73 course with a length of 7086 yards from the tiger tees is maintained in superb condition and never closes, whatever the weather. Golf Societies are very welcome here at Thorpe Wood with catering facilities available at the adjoining Woodman pub/restaurant. Meals and drinks are available seven days a week at normal pub opening times. Thorpe Wood also has a custom fit facility for a wide range of clubs.

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Abbotsley Golf Hotel

Eynesbury Hardwicke, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6XN
Tel: 01480 474000    Fax: 01480 403280    Email:

8 hole maturing course, 18 bay floodlit driving range, fully stocked pro shop with lessons available. Also a 9 hole par 3 course and putting/chipping green for practice.

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St. Neots Golf Club

Crosshall Road, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 7GE
Tel: 01480 472363    Fax: 01480 472363    Email:

St Neots Golf Club was formed in 1890 and is the oldest club in Cambridgeshire. The course is not long by modern standards but Harry Vardon incorporated enough subtlety to the original design to challenge the advances in equipment that have made other courses outdated. Situated of the Rivers Kym and Ouse, the course combines water features and other parkland qualities in a harmonious and natural way. The Clubhouse offers all comforts from well equipped changing rooms, plentiful bar area and an 80 seater, air conditioned restaurant. The Club is within 1/2 mile of the A1 some 8 miles south of the A1/A14 junction and enjoys natural access from the M11 via the A428.

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