• The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf
  • The Buckinghamshire Golf

The Buckinghamshire Golf

The Buckinghamshire Golf Club’s 18 hole course was created by the ledgendary John Jacobs O.B.E., former European Tour Player, Ryder Cup Captain and in recent years a renowned course designer. His skilful use of the natural features and local topography, allied to the devoted skills of our greenkeeping staff who present the course to the highest standards year round have meant that our course has quickly become recognised as one of the finest inland courses in the British Isles.

Buckinghamshire Golf Course has played host to the highlight of The European PGA Seniors Tour, The Senior Tournament of Champions from 1996 – 2000 and the Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf European Final in 1997.

Closely associated with the Golf Club is resident Professional, former European Tour and Ryder Cup Player John O’Leary.

The Rivers Misbourne and Colne ensure that water comes into play on seven of the first 12 holes. It is a tough test from the back tees but an enjoyable one. One of the strengths of the course is that the greens are 40 to 45 yards long, so simply altering the pin position can change the character of the holes completely.

With the words of John Jacobs himself: “You want a golf course to be a stern test but at the end of the day it must be one that even a bad golfer can enjoy.”

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Buckinghamshire Golf Club
Denham Court Drive
Denham
Buckinghamshire
UB9 5PG

01895 835 777

How to Find

From London on the A40

Where the A40 becomes the M40 leave it at Junction 1 (signposted to Gerrards Cross). At the bottom of the slip road, turn right at the traffic lights and right again at the mini roundabout. This brings you to Denham Court Drive (also signed Denham Country Park).

Buckinghamshire Golf Club is at the top of Denham Court Drive. Drive up to the black wrought iron gates slowly and they will open automatically.

From the M25 Junction 16

Please take the M40 in the direction of London. Leave the M40 at the next junction (J1). At the bottom of the slip road, turn left at the traffic lights. Turn immediately right at the mini roundabout and immediately left at the next mini roundabout. This brings you to Denham Court Drive (also signed Denham Country Park). Buckinghamshire Golf Club is at the top of Denham Court Drive. Drive up to the black wrought iron gates slowly and they will open automatically.

Courses at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club

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