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The Oxfordshire Golf Club

The Oxfordshire, Rycote Lane, Milton Common, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 2PU

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The Oxfordshire, Rycote Lane, Milton Common, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 2PU


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American architect Rees Jones created The Oxfordshire which opened in 1993 and reflects an American style. The feature hole, a downhill par five dogleg right to left 17th curving around a huge lake to a miniscule green, is a classic case. A course built to high specifications as a tournament course with spectators in mind, it hosted the B & H International Open from 1996-99. Plays 7,200 yards off the back tees, embraces four man-made lakes and contains around 100 bunkers. The formidable 390-yard dogleg eighth is memorable as the green sits on an island peninsula guarded by an oak tree. The course is basically flat and tree-less but the greens are quality.

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General Info: Course Statistics: 18 Holes, 6856yds, SSS 75

Green Fees: Summer (Apr to Oct): Mon to Fri 18 holes £100, Twilight (after 3pm) £50, Weekends 18 holes £120, Twilight (after 3pm) £55. Winter (Nov to Mar): Mon to Fri 18 holes £50, , Weekends 18 holes £65.

Visitors Info: Visitors welcome with bonefide handicap certificate. Accommodation is also available in our new 50 bedroom hotel which also has its own health club and spa.

Societies Info: Whether you are simply entertaining clients with a round of golf and dinner or combining a morning meeting with an afternoon round of golf or arranging your annual client corporate golf event The Oxfordshire’s championship golf course and impressive clubhouse offers a combination of conference facilities and private dining rooms for groups of all sizes. Combined with its superb practice facilities and locker rooms it is the ideal venue to host your Society or Corporate event.

Date Founded: 1993

Designed by: Rees Jones

Catering: Lounge Bar: Perfect for a relaxing drink after golf or before dinner. The bar boasts fantastic panoramic views of the golf course and of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire countryside. The Lounge Bar is open for drinks during restaurant opening hours. Spike Bar: The 19th hole. After your game, sit back on the forecourt with a bite to eat and a drink, and enjoy the views. The Spike Bar is open between 7.30am-10pm Monday to Friday, and between 7.00am-10pm at weekends. Food is served between 7.30am and 7pm.

Pro-Shop: Yes

Clubs for Hire: Yes

Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes

Driving Range: Yes

Accommodation:  Number of Rooms: 50    Room Prices from: £100

Local Directions: From London - Leave the M40 at Junction 7 and take the A329 to Thame. The OxfordshireGolf Club is on the right-hand side of the A329 just 1.5 miles (2.4 kms) from the motorway. From Oxford - Follow the signs for the A418 and then A329 to Thame From Birmingham - Leave the M40 at Junction 8a (no exit at junction 7) and take the A418 to Thame for 0.25 miles, then take the 1st right (A40). Follow this road until you arrive at the A329 and then turn left. The Club is located 1.5 miles on the rigth-hand side.

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