The Richmond Golf Club is located just 9 miles from Central London adjoining Richmond Park and Ham Common in the borough of Richmond Upon Thames. Substantially upgraded in recent years and winner of the prestigious Golf Inc World Renovation of the year award in 2012.
What style is the course at Richmond Golf Club?
A beautiful parkland course originally laid out by prolific course architect, Tom Dunn in 1891. At a little under 6,100 yards it presents a stiff challenge to golfers of all abilities. Narrow fairways and strategic bunkering put a premium on pin point accuracy!
What is the feature hole?
The final tee affords a view of what many consider the amongst the finest clubhouse anywhere in the world, a stunning Grade 1 listed early-Georgian build. You have a blind drive over a gorse bush and then an enticing second into the sloping green with bunkers on the left and Richmond's answer to the valley of sin on the right!
What sort of course features can the player expect?
The course has too many features to mention! For most members and guests it's the wonderful array of trees and the stunning views.