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Address Staverton Park Golf Club, Staverton Park, Staverton, Daventry, NN11 6JT
Telephone 01327 302000 & 705506 (Pro/Teetimes)
Golf team; 0844 980 2317
Website Club Website
Email staverton@deverevenues.co.uk
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Holes Mature and championship standard 18 hole golf course set in 150 acres of beautiful with 4 small lakes and 64 American-style sand traps, Staverton Park offers a challenge to players of all abilities.
Yardage 6583
Par 71
Visitors Unrestricted. Dress Code in place.
NB: Staverton Park operates a security gate for entrance to the venue. Have your joining instructions or another form of identity to hand when you reach the main gate.
Golf breaks at De Vere Staverton Park
SOCIETY PACKAGES from £19pp, including coffee, bacon rolls and 18 holes. For bookings, please enquire here.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
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, packages
Green Fees
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Course Designer Cmdr John Harris - 1977
Location In the very heart of middle England,1 mile W of Daventry, on A425 towards Leamington Spa. M1 J16/18. M40 J11
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Facilities
• Golf lessons
• 245 Bedrooms, Azure Health and Fitness Club (including Gymnasium, Jacuzzi, Sauna, Steam Room, Solarium, Beauty Treatment Rooms and indoor Swimming Pool), Trim Trail, Pool Table, Games Room and Internet Café
• Driving Range (see information below)
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Course Description Staverton Park is one of the first courses in the UK to be constructed with large, suspended water table greens, allowing play on the greens all year round.
Hosted PGA Midland Matchplay 1995-99, Midland Open in 1996 and British Amputee Open Golf Championship in 1996 and 1999.
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Reviews

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Played over long weekend in mid January.
Greens are SUPERB.
A few Ts and a few more fairways were rather boggy.
On the Friday it was unbelievably quiet, Saturday back-2-back groups, but we didn't feel rushed. On Sunday we got off 30 mins ahead of our time, and didn't see anyone else.
With a foursome of mixed abilities the course was both a challenge yet not daunting for the high handicappers.
Well worth a visit.
Daniel Wicks (Pre 2010)

We played the course at the end of November. Both the fairways and greens were in excellent condition and a joy to play on. The course didn't play too long but was difficult enough to keep our mixed ability group happy over two rounds. The general facilities are very good, food excellent our only complaint was that the bar closed early on the saturday night. We will definitely look to go back again.
Christian Rowse
(Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours 7am-8pm
Bays 14
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing 0
Floodlit 0
Prices No Info








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