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Hinksey Heights Golf Club

Hinksey Heights Golf Club,Oxford,Oxfordshire,England
Address Hinksey Heights Golf Club, South Hinksey, Oxford, OX1 5AB
Telephone 44 (0)1865 327775
Email Reception - Booking tee times:
Or Online form
Holes • 18 hole championship undulating heathland and links-type course
• 9 Hole Spires (with different tee boxes when playing 18)
• 9 hole par 3 course
Yardage • Champ.: White tees: 6547, Yellow tees: 6163, Red tees: 5551
• Spires: 2555
• Par 3: 938 yds
• Champ.: White: 72, Yellow: 72, Red: 73
White: 72, Yellow: 70, Red: 73
• Spires: Par 35
Visitors Unrestricted, advisable to book in advance
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher 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 Welcome 7 days a week; the Club offers a warm welcome on arrival, the professional's help on the range, a challenging day on course and a cheery place to have a drink and wholesome meal on your return. Your day can be tailored to meet your requirements, phone or email General Manager
Green Fees
Main Course: Weekdays: C / Weekends & Bank Holidays: D
Spires: A / A
Par 3: A / A
Course Designer 18 hole championship/ David Heads 1995
Spires David Heads - opened in 2006 by Sir Bobby Robson
Location Situated on the western side of Oxford on the A34. Take the South Hinksey turning between Hinksey Hill and Botley.
• Corporate Hospitality days available
• Golf tuition
• Driving Range (see information below), Practice Bunker, Chipping Green, Putting Green, Golf net & Putting rink, Indoor teaching area
• Footgolf - Opening Spring 2015
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Hinksey got bad reviews at first but now (2014) it is getting better and better The greens have been treated well and lots of other improvements have been made It still has things that could be better but it is a very good course for the money Friendly too.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
John Guardian September 14, 2014

Wow! What a difference a few years make. Last time I was here it seemed delapidated and the course was a disgraceful mess. I arrived to be greeted by friendly staff who were obviously proud of the place and were keen to tell me it had been taken over by the members recently. So, out on to the course, with some trepidation following my last visit. I can't emphasise enough how much I enjoyed my round of golf, primarily because the place had improved beyond all expectation and is now in really good nick. There was obviously work still going on, but that just shows that the fantastic setting is now being matched with a course worth playing. One criticism only, the bunkers still need some work.
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
Roger Dudman September 5, 2014

I've been a member at Hinksey Heights for the last 4 years and I've seen major changes at the club. The course has absolutely stunning views of the dreaming spires of Oxford and is fantastically laid out. It's a real challenge for golfers especially when the wind gets up, which it normally does. Our signature hole, the 3rd, is a stunning par 4 and coming so early in the round it has a habit of ruining my medal card.
Having been a member at several clubs, I can't think of a friendlier club and with the new status of members club I know that the members will be working to make it even better.
I couldn't recommend this place more highly.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Iain McGlade February 19, 2013

I have played at Hinksey Heights quite frequently over the past few years and find it a genuinely enjoyable course to play. The views are great, there are some really enjoyable and unique holes and the people always seem friendly. However, after my most recent round I would only ever consider playing there when the weather has been fine. After 2 weeks of decidedly dodgy summer weather, the course was practically unplayable. Huge puddles on the green, bunkers full of water, marsh like conditions on 70% of the holes and desperately unpredictable greens. You wouldn't mind too much in January but not so forgivable in June! They basically suffer from really poor drainage which is really beyond their control (unlike bunkers full of stones and twigs - no excuse) so this is a strictly fairweather course. They have also just put their prices up and its not as cheap as it used to be, in fact I would even go as far as to say overprices considering the condition of the course.
If you fancy a different golf experience in Oxfordshire you'll certainly find it at Hinksey Heights. The hilly layout is exciting and unlike anything else locally, just try to ignore the farmyard feel of the car park/pro-shop/19th and pick your day to play carefully.
Charles New
(Pre 2010)
Driving Range
Hours 7.30am-8pm
Weekends 8am-4pm
Bays 10 - 300 yard with targets, including nets and markers, playing off grass in Summer, mats in winter
Floodlit Unknown
Prices 25+ balls - £2.00, 150 balls - £9.00, 500 balls - £28.00, Club hire for the range - 1.00 per club.
Purchase tokens from the Pro-shop.
Digicards / Happy hour
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication

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