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Buxton & High Peak Golf Club

Address Buxton & High Peak Golf Club, Townend, Buxton, SK17 7EN
Telephone Office: 01298 26263
Professional: 01298 26263
Holes 18 - Inland links course; although set some 1100 feet above sea level, the course is not subjected to arduous hill climbs.
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Yardage 5966
Par 69-69-70
Visitors Unrestricted. Contact in advance to confirm tee availability.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Must telephone in advance to book. All tee times are subject to availability.
Societies Contact 01298 26263 to check availability and packages
Green Fees
Standard rate: Weekdays D / Weekends E
Packages for visitors, societies or private functions are available. The day can be tailored to meet your individual requirements.
Course Designer J Morris 1887. It is the oldest club in Derbyshire.
Location Located in the heart of the Peak district, half way between Manchester & Sheffield and close to the centre of the beautiful spa town of Buxton - NE boundary of Buxton (A6)
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About Buxton Buxton & High Peak Golf Club, formed in 1887 and designed by J. Morris, is the oldest club in Derbyshire
This Parkland course overlooks the old Roman spa town with superb views over the Peak District National Park. The course is based on free draining limestone, and is certainly one of the most consistently playable in the area. It is often influenced by the prevailing winds.

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Like the town itself, the Buxton and High Peak Golf club seems like a survivor from a different era.
After playing a blind shot into one of the small (and sometimes frightenly fast) greens, you can be forgiven for expecting to see Harry Vardon and Ted Ray, wreathed in a cloud of pipe smoke, strolling to the next tee.
Despite (or maybe because) of its resolutely old-fashioned feel, it is well worth climbing up one thousand feet above sea level to play golf here. There are several stretches of memorable holes, particulary the three through to seven, and eleven through to fourteen. The course has a mixture of meadow, hillside and links-like holes which will test all parts of your game, including you courage and imagination. You will be taxed and pleased to beat your handicap here, particularly if the wind is blowing.
Add to this a very friendly club, wonderful views and good food at the eighteenth, a day at Buxton and High Peak is to be recommended.
Tim Morten (Pre 2010)

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