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Woburn Golf Club
Woburn Golf Club is quiet and secluded, and is centrally located just 10 minutes from Junction 13 off the M1, 15 minutes from central Milton Keynes and just over an hour from London, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge.
Home to the Duke’s, Duchess’ and Marquess’ courses, Woburn Golf Club is the first 54 hole venue to have all three courses featured in ‘Golf Monthly Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in the UK and Ireland’ and Golf World Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in Britain and Ireland. Having hosted more than fifty professional tournaments it is the ideal venue for corporate, group or society golf days. In addition, Woburn also offers mid week green fee packages for individual golfers and parties of all sizes.
Woburn Golf Club is extremely proud to have Ian Poulter as its Touring Professional, a relationship which started in 2003. 18 year old Charley Hull, a member of the victorious European Solheim Cup Team in 2013 and Lauren Taylor, the 2011 Women’s British Amateur Champion and ‘BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year’ winner are also members of the Club.
Woburn Golf Club continues to host prestigious events and tournaments. Spirit and sportsmanship continue to thrive and make Woburn Golf Club such a special place.
Woburn Golf Club,
01908 370 756
How to Find
From J13 M1
At the roundabout, take the exit for A507 into Aspley Guise. Ignore the signs for Woburn Abbey and Woburn Safari Park
When you reach Woburn Sands, turn left at the Fir Tree Pub heading towards Woburn.
After 1/2 mile, you will see a sign for Woburn Golf Club, turn right and follow the lane for another 1/2 mile.
Turn left at the T-junction and proceed about 400 yards to the club, which will be on your right.
All players must be members of a golf club. The maximum handicap limit is 24 for men and 36 for ladies. Handicap certificates should be available for presentation if requested.
Courses at Woburn Golf Club
Duke'sThe Duke’s Course designed by Charley Lawrie opened in 1976 and was the first of Woburn’s three courses to be constructed. The 6,983 yard Duke’s course sports fairways lined with pine, silver birch and chestnut trees. Heather, bracken and gorse add to the charm of the course, as well ...
Duchess'The Duchess’ Course is sometimes considered to be the least challenging of the three Woburn courses, the junior sibling lying in the shadow of well respected and much heralded family members. However, like many younger siblings, it’s not a charge the Duchess’ takes lying down. Nor is it one ...
Marquess'The Marquess’ Course, designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, European Golf Design (Ross McMurray) and Alex Hay opened in 2000. The course was named after the then Marquess of Tavistock and was soon referred to as the ‘Jewel in the Crown’. Set within 200 acres of mixed woodland the Marquess’s ...