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Brocket Hall Golf Club

Address Brocket Hall Golf Club, Welwyn, AL8 7XG
Telephone +44 (0) 1707 335241
Website Click here
Email golfclubinfo@brocket-hall.co.uk
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Holes Melbourne: 18 - Palmerston: 18
Yardage 6616-7061
Par 72 - 73
Visitors Visitors welcome Monday to Friday (December - February) and Monday to Sunday (March - November). Advance booking required.
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Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies For group bookings contact the Golf Reservations Department on 01707 394994
Green Fees
From I.
Golf Residential Packages available.
Course Designer Melbourne: Peter Alliss/Clive Clark
Palmerston: Donald Steel
Location Situated just 22 miles from the West End of London on B653 to Wheathampstead.
A1(M) either direction J4
M1 either direction J10
M25 either direction J23
7 miles away, Luton Int. airport offers private jet facilities.
Helicopters may be landed on the front lawn by prior arrangement.
By train, Kings Cross to Welwyn Garden City (27 minutes)
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Facilities
• The Watershyppes Clubhouse, overlooking the Broadwater, offers superb views of Brocket Hall / Banqueting hall / Weddings
• Golf professionals / Palmerston Golf Academy / Tuition / Full club repair service / GPS buggies
NB All hire equipment should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment
• Accomodation:
Historic Melbourne Lodge, formerly the Brocket Hall stable-block, has been transformed into luxurious accommodation for Members and their guests.
• The Faldo Golf Institute:
Indoor teaching school, long game zone, short game zone, chipping and bunker zone, putting zone and a par 3, six-hole approach zone complete with instructional boards on every tee
• 20-bay driving range
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About the Courses Brocket Hall's two Championship Golf Courses are named after the Prime Ministers who used to reside at Brocket Hall.
The Melbourne follows the natural undulations and contours of the 18th Century parkland. It provides a most enjoyable challenge in stunning surroundings. The course crosses the River Lea several times, and golfers are carried across the Broadwater by a ferry to complete the 18th hole.
The Palmerston winds its way through mature woodland. Rare Hornbeam, Scots and Corsican pine and 300 year old beech trees create some of the most spectacular hazards you are ever likely to encounter on a golf course.
Tournaments played here include Professional and Members' tournaments as well as Pro-Ams where Members can meet and play with Professionals from around the world.
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A breathtaking venue boasting two fine courses.
The Melbourne is the more spectacular and the more obviously "designed" with water never far away climaxing with the spectacular par 5 18th. Take plenty of balls!
The Palmerston rewards the longer and more adventurous driver with a course more in tune with its natural surroundings - beware the chalk cavern!
Not an inexpensive day but certainly challenging and ultimately fulfilling.
Ian Buckingham (Pre 2010)






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