Set among the Gog Magog hills with views across the fens of East Anglia, the club features two championship quality golf courses although the old course (6,398 yards), dating back to 1901, is favoured for championships rather than the longer (6,735 yards) more wide open Wandlebury. Accuracy is essential on the old course and even then the undulating greens pose their own problems. Even the par threes are among the most difficult on the course. A blend of hill top, heathland and parkland, with surprising elevation changes for a notoriously flat area. The 16th par three from elevated tee is memorable, if only for the cross-bunkers that need to be avoided.
Information on Gog Magog Golf Club , Shelford Bottom , Cambridge
Course Statistics: Old Course: 18 Holes, 6367yds, Par 70 SSS 71. Wandlebury Course: 18 Holes, 6735yds, Par 72 SSS 73. Large driving range and practice areas with ball hire available.
Green Fees: Apr to Oct: Mon to Fri - 18 holes £50, Day £70. After 4pm £30. Sat - no visitors. Sun & BH - after 10am £70, after 2.30pm £50.
Visitors Info: Welcome with or without Members during the week, but only with Members at weekends and Bank Holidays - Handicap Certificate required. Please note Wednesday is Men's & Ladies' Competition Day.
Societies Info: Predominantly catered for Tuesdays and Thursdays, and other days by arrangement.
Date Founded: 1901
Catering: The Clubhouse offers an all-day catering and bar service and can accommodate the individual golfer as well as the large society.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||The Gog Magog Golf Club is situated on the A1307 some four miles south of the centre of Cambridge and is easily accessed from London via the M11/A11.|
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