Stoke Park, a 27-hole course with three distinct nines, features one of the special clubhouses, a sporting, leisure and hotel facility of quality, and was the backdrop for the James Bond movie Goldfinger. The original 18 holes on the 300-acre estate, the creation of Harry Colt, are still the preferred section, but the newer nine are blending in. A classic English parkland course with some exceptional holes. The short seventh over a pond to a green that slopes violently from left to right and also downhill will never be forgotten. Challenging, demanding with superb views, it creates the feeling that time has stood still.
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"Five star accommodation plus a golf course made famous in the iconic James Bond film, ‘Goldfinger’ make Stoke Park popular throughout the golfing world. This Buckinghamshire estate, which dates back to the Norman conquest, became the first ‘Country Club’ in the UK when owner Nick Lane Jackson decided to open the 350 acre estate to the public in 1908. The golf course was designed by the great architect, Harry Colt, and comprises of three loops of nine holes, trees are likely to be far more of an obstacle than the rough here as there are many! After a round there is the opulence of the 18th century mansion to return to which comprises of the house, the clubhouse, hotel and restaurant. Many of the 49 bedrooms open onto balconies where guests can enjoy breakfast or evening drinks overlooking parkland and historic gardens. In Humphry’s restaurant, executive chef Chris Wheeler, is currently celebrating his 10th year at the Club by producing a mouth-watering, 10-course tasting menu featuring one signature dish from each year he has been in charge."
Information on Stoke Park , Park Road , Stoke Poges
Course Statistics (Medal Tees): 27-hole championship golf course
View Scorecard: click here
Visitor Green Fees: Please see our website for fees.
Visitors Info: As a Reciprocal Member you may book and play golf at the club if you have a valid handicap certificate. You are entitled to play a maximum of six rounds during the membership year at this rate.
Date Founded: 1908
Designed by: Harry Shapland Colt
Catering: Fine Dining at Humphry's, awarded three AA Rosettes in 2013. Alternatively San Marco provides a relaxed Italian experience. Or the splendid, relaxing Orangery for something lighter.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 49 Room Prices from: £285
|Local Directions:||By Road from the M4: Exit the M4 at junction 6 and take the A355 towards Slough then Beaconsfield. After 2.5 miles turn right at the double mini roundabout in Farnham Royal on to the B416 (Park Road). The entrance to Stoke Park is 1.25 miles on the right. By Road from the M40: Exit the M40 at junction 2 and take the A355 towards Slough. After 5 miles, turn left at the double mini roundabout in Farnham Royal on to the B416 (Park Road). The entrance to Stoke Park is 1.25 miles on the right. By Air: Nearest Airport: London Heathrow (7 miles). By Rail: Nearest Stations: Slough and Gerrards Cross. Helicopter Grid Ref O/S SU 970827 Please contact the hotel before making your helicopter journey.|
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