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Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa

Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa,Luton,, Bedfordshire
Address Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa,
The Mansion House,
Luton, Bedfordshire,
Telephone +44 (0)1582 734437
Club Manager: 01582 698860
Holes 18 hole championship golf course with water coming into play on six of the holes and breathtaking vistas of the house and its rolling estate. All the tees and greens qualify to USGA standards
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser
Yardage 7,107 - 6,810 - 6,143 - one of the country's longest courses
Visitors Welcome, contact in advance
Golf breaks at Luton Hoo
SOCIETY PACKAGES from £25pp, including coffee, bacon rolls and 18 holes. For bookings, please enquire here.
Green Fees
Standard: Weekdays E / Weekends F
Course Designer Mass Designs - Spring 2008.
Location Situated on the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire border, in 250-acres of open parkland originally laid out by the famous 18th century landscape designer Capability Brown.
Just ten minutes' drive from Luton Airport and 40 minutes from Heathrow. Road and rail links are also excellent - it's 3 miles from junction 10 of the M1 and 5 minutes from Luton Parkway station where there's a frequent 30-minute service into the City of London.
• Luxury five-star hotel with magnificent spa
• Spike Bar and Brasserie which can accommodate all golfers
• Meetings, conferences and seminars,corporate golf
• Tuition will be available when the range is completed
• Fully restored Victorian grass tennis court with its pavilion
• Swimming pool, housed under an oak-beam roof with views over the Flower Garden Wood
• Game and clay pigeon shooting, or fishing and boating on the serpentine lake
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About the
All greens and tees have been built to confirm to USGA standards so will be free draining and allow play all year round. Vast areas of wild flower pastures have been created to give the course a natural feel, taking away the over-manicured appearance of some modern courses.

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Played this course on 29th July on a very wet and windy night for a twilight fee of £25 we finished all 18 holes starting at 5pm. 
In general it's a nice course, greens and fairways lovely in wet conditions, nice layout with some interesting holes.  The rough is very punishing and so is the water on some holes.  Its a lovely setting with the mansion overlooking the course but still lacks something especially for £60 a round during the day.  All of us said we would not pay that for a round there.
Still a good 8 out of 10.
Ben July 30, 2009

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