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Aylesbury Park Golf Club

Aylesbury Park Golf Club, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Address Aylesbury Park Golf Club, Andrews Way, off Coldharbour Way, Oxford Road, Aylesbury HP17 8QQ
Telephone +44 (0)1296 399196
Website www.aylesburyparkgolf.com
Email info@aylesburyparkgolf.com
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Holes • 18-hole challenging course - two loops of nine holes
• 9-hole Par 3 course
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Yardage 6170 - 1350
Par 70 - 54
Visitors Visitors are welcome 7 days a week, subject to the availability of a tee time. Booking are required on the Main Course, not on the Short course
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Deal is only available week days and weekends after 2pm. The offer is only valid on the £21 rate. Please phone to book tee time in advance.
Societies Telephone for details or fill in Enquiries Form
Green Fees
Weekdays 18 holes C / Weekends D
Short course: A
Reduced rates available
Course Designer Both courses designed Martin Hawtree
Established in 1995.
Location Just minutes by car from the centre of Aylesbury, located within the former grounds of the historic Hartwell Estate
0.5m SW of Aylesbury, on the A418. M40 Junction 8, 12 miles
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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The course combines parkland and inland links holes which are complimented by superb USGA specification greens
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Aylesbury Park is really well designed. It appears to be, on first sight easy, but well positioned hazards and "inviting" rough punishes wayward shots. The greens are robust and whislt sometimes criticized for their slowness in damp weather, come into their own in the summer. Pin positions tend to be quite benign, which make putts sinkable.
The course is open all year and the staff rarely open the winter greens. Only sever rain causes any problems.
I agree, this must be one of the friendliest clubs in the UK. You are made to feel welcome at all levels and the staff are always polite and helpful.
Finally, the par three course is worth visiting too. The greens are very difficult and make you aim for a spot, otherwise you finish up in the hazard. Ten out of ten.
Andrew Napier

As a member I am probably biased but having been a The course though fairly young wanders through historical parkland and is well integrated into this. The greens are excellent and the fairways wide enough to encourage aggressive play. Finding the rough can definitely ruin your round and day though. There are some small water courses that meander around the course and can catch the unwary. Six par threes ranging between just over 120 yds to over 200 yds compliment a couple of rather long uphill par 4s that can really test your mettle especially when the wind is blowing...
The clubhouse is very friendly and has recently been extended.
All are welcome and will have a thoroughly enjoyable time.
Martin Hollands

member of several other clubs and been playing golf for over 40 years I am qualified to comment.
This is quite simply the friendliest club you could ever hope to visit.
The course is long and sometimes challenging particularly when the wind blows... which it always does!
Chris Isaac
Driving Range
Hours 7am-10pm
Bays 12
Covered 0
Heated 0
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