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Rickmansworth Public Golf Club

Address Rickmansworth Public Golf Club, Moor Lane, Rickmansworth, WD3 1QL
Telephone Pro Shop/Bookings/Lessons: 01923 775278
Holes • 18-hole well established public course
• Little Ricky - 9 hole Par 3 course - short but challenging course
Yardage 4656 Yards (white tees)
Par 68
Visitors A warm welcome to all golfers, contact the club in advance
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Must contact in advance
Green Fees
C Weekdays / D weekends
Course Designer Colt - 1937
Location Situated just a short distance from Rickmansworth town centre. Off the A404 London Road, 5 minutes from the M25, and 4 miles from Watford town centre.
• Golfers and the public are welcome to use the bar and restaurant facilities at the Fairway Inn Tel 01923 773163
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available
• Landscaped practice area / Large undulating putting green / Driving Nets
• Golf Academy / Golf shop and repair service / Lessons for adults and juniors
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About the Club Rickmansworth Golf Course is owned and funded by Three Rivers District Council and is managed by Hertsmere Leisure.

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18 hole
What a cracking course.
A fabulous test and the layout is great.
The greens were so fast and it's only April.
I'm sure it will be an even better challenge come Summer.
Well kept, great friendly staff.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
Ian April 16, 2017

I have played this course regularly for two years and every game is different. The real beauty of this course is its condition - the greens are always immaculate as are the tees. The fairways are also always in good condition.For those who have not yet played this course, be prepared for a real exciting challenge.
David Simmons

We play Ricky a lot and every time we think, "maybe we should go somewhere else for a change". So we do and then we keep going back there. Every hole has its own challenge, from the par 3 up a hill at the first to the evil bunkers lurking around the green at the last. It would be hard to ever get bored with the course, that gives you the feeling that whilst you think you may be mastering it, there will always be something to push you a little harder. Good fun.
Marcus (Pre 2010

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