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The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club

ex Farnham Park Golf Club
The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club ex Farnham Park Golf Club,Stoke Poges,Buckinghamshire,England
Address The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Slough, SL2 4PJ
Telephone 01753 643332
Website www.thesouthbuckinghamshire.co.uk
Email golfenquiries@southbucks.gov.uk
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Holes 18 hole parkland course with many established trees and ditches crossing the fairways
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Yardage 5916
Par 70
Visitors Dress code applies (Golf shoes, Shirt with a collar, No Jeans)
Green Fees
Weekdays: From B / Weekends from C
Societies Welcome 7 days a week. Minimum 12 players
Course
Designer
Colt/Hawtree designed course
The Course was opened in 1975 and the Club was formed in 1977.
Location Set in 130 acres of attractive mature wooded parkland, 2 miles north of Slough on Park Road, Stoke Poges. The entrance to the Golf Course is almost opposite to the entrance to Stoke Poges Golf Club.
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Venue hire for all your private and corporate functions

9 hole academy sister course and 15 bay floodlit driving range open till late is just 1 mile away on Stoke Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4NL.
PGA professionals offering a
comprehensive teaching programme 
Length: 2185 off the yellow tees
Par: 34
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An excellent public links course and very good value for money. The front nine holes are a bit like trick golf with many holes not requiring woods to be used and local knowledge of bumps and humps needed. The back nine holes are truely championship quality with 10,11,13 and 16 as good as any holes anywhere in the country. An additional bonus is the superb clubhouse facilities and hospitality. Overall the place is a credit to all who work there - both on and off the course.An excellent public links course and very good value for money. The front nine holes are a bit like trick golf with many holes not requiring woods to be used and local knowledge of bumps and humps needed. The back nine holes are truely championship quality with 10,11,13 and 16 as good as any holes anywhere in the country. An additional bonus is the superb clubhouse facilities and hospitality. Overall the place is a credit to all who work there - both on and off the course.
David Baker

I agree that this course is great value for money at
£19.50. It's a pretty, tree-lined course in excellent condition. The trees are not a hazard though as the fairways are quite wide. This was the first time I've played this course and I'll definaitely go back. But, be warned: We teed off at 1pm on a Sunday and on each hole on vitually the whole
round there was at least 2-3 groups waiting at the next tee. Very frustrating. I haven't seen anything quite like this in a number of years. I got so bad that my mate and I teamed up with the two ladies playing behind us - the idea being that a foursome would take longer to get to the next tee and (hopefully) have a shorter wait. Despite this we still kept pace with the groups ahead of us. One of the ladies was a club member and she said that the 7-minute gap between tee times was the main reason for this situation. I suppose they're trying to make as much money as possible without caring too much of the enjoyment of the golfers playing there. A good course but the queues are a bummer. You have been warned!
Nazeem

Originally part of the exclusive Stoke Poges Golf Course Farnham Park is an affordable alternative to its neighbour. This is a relatively forgiving course with wide fairways and short rough but don't get to comfortable - there are a few tester holes thrown in to test you (10th, 11th and 16).
Well worth the fee of approx £18.
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