Milbrook Golf Club, Carbone Hill,
Newgate Street Village, Nr Cuffley SG13 8RD
Undulating picturesque 18-hole course with stunning
views of the surrounding countryside and a challenge to golfers
of all abilities.
Opened in 2003.
Within easy reach from the M25, A10
and A1 near to Cuffley.
Tube Station Cockfosters 5.5 miles (8.9 km)
Railway Station Cuffley Railway Station 1.5 miles (2.4 km)
Motorway Junction M25 Jnct 24 3.6 miles (5.9 km)
Airport Luton 14.6 miles (23.4 km).
clubhouse catering for all your needs whcih can accomodate
functions for any occasion.
• PGA Qualified Professional
• It is advisable to book your buggy in advance
This course is superb with a great set of holes and a
wonderfully laid out course. As it is fairly new you are never
rushed and there is beautiful scenery to gaze at whilst you
play. However it is a bit hard on the legs as it is very hilly
and when its wet the tees are a bit sludgy.
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