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Stoke Park (Home of Stoke Poges)

Stoke Park  (home of the Stoke Poges Course),Stoke Poges,Buckinghamshire,England
Address Stoke Park, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PG
Telephone 01753 717171
Website www.stokepark.com
Email info@stokepark.com
Holes Three nine hole courses
Yardage White tees: Colt 3509 - Alison 3242 - Lane Jackson 3060
Par 36-35-36
Visitors Unrestricted
Golf breaks at Stoke Park
Green Fees
Resident Mid-Week - Summer I / Winter H
Resident Weekend - I / I
Visitor rate Mid-Week - Summer I / Winter H
Visitor rate Weekend I / I
Course Designer Colt, Alison and Jackson.
Location Set within 300 acres of historic parkland and gardens, 5m N of Windsor
By Road from the M4 Exit the M4 at junction 6 and take the A355 towards Slough then Beaconsfield. After 2.5 miles turn right at the double mini roundabout in Farnham Royal on to the B416 (Park Road). The entrance to Stoke Park is 1.25 miles on the right. By Road from the M40 Exit the M40 at junction 2 and take the A355 towards Slough. After 5 miles, turn left at the double mini roundabout in Farnham Royal on to the B416 (Park Road). The entrance to Stoke Park is 1.25 miles on the right.
• Golf Academy / Gasp Advanced Coaching System / Indoor Video Analysis Room / Junior and Adult Lessons by PGA Qualified Staff / In-house Professional Club Fitter
• Driving Range (see information below), Pitching Area with four bunkers, 18-hole Putting Green
• Corporate Golf & Tennis Days
• Hotel, weddings, conference & events, Spa, fitness & tennis
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About Stoke Park • Stoke Park was awarded three AA Rosettes for the quality of its fine dining restaurant, Humphry's in 2013
• Stoke Park was the location for the film version of the famous golf match between James Bond and Auric Goldfinger, although in the original book by Ian Fleming the venue was a thinly disguised Royal St George's at Sandwich.

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One of the best club houses you are likely to find anywhere in the world. A fantastically well kept 27 hole course.
Richard Barnes

Play this course if you can afford it!!
Luckily I played with a member so a reduced green fee.
From the 1st tee looking down the fairway towards the green you instantly know what course this will be.
Each hole is different, the Par 3 7th also used at Augusta is a superb hole.
Bunkers placed in positions to catch any wayward shot.
Greens were true and fast....fantastic day at a great course.
Driving Range
Hours 8am-10pm
Bays 10 - With all year round grass practice areas (300 yards long)
Covered Yes
Floodlit 0
Prices Unknown

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