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Maidenhead Golf Club

Maidenhead Golf Club,Maidenhead,Berkshire,England
AddressMaidenhead Golf Club, Shoppenhangers Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 2PZ
Telephone Office: 01628 624693
Professional: 01628 624067
Website www.maidenheadgolf.co.uk
Email manager@maidenheadgolf.co.uk
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Holes18 wooded parkland
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Yardage 6338
Par70
Visitors Handicap certificate required.
Green Fees
E / F per round
NB No reduction made unless there are 6 temporary greens
Societies Societies are made most welcome on Tuesday afternoons, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Course
Designer
Alex Simpson - 1896
J.H.Taylor- 1908
LocationOff A308, nr Maidenhead Station
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
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Facilities
Conference facilities Functions and weddings / Golf tuition / Golf Academy
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Maidenhead is not a hilly course. The greens are a fairly big size pretty quick. The bunkers are okay but not bad and the members are very nice people so come and have a look at the course. it is a cheap golf course to join for member juniors: £210 but if you have a locker its an extra £10.
Michael Johnson

Played here a number of times thanks to my father in law's 5 day membership. For the 25 handicap hacker this course can be a real test especially when the wind blows as it can do here. I am always suprised at how quickly the round goes which must be a sign of a good course. There are many long Par4's which I am doing well to get on in 3. The 13th sticks out as a difficult par 3 with a nightmare drop in front. Downpoints: no reductions for temporary greens which we werent notified about plus the slightly scruffy state the course can get in over the winter months. As with many private clubs you also can get a slightly chilly welcome if you aren't a member.
Paul Samber






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