Stoke Park Club
Encircling the Club's 300 acre Buckinghamshire parkland estate, the famous 27 hole Championship golf course, is undisputedly one of the finest parkland courses in the country. Created in 1908 by eminent golf architect Harry Colt, the Stoke Park course has been the inspiration for many of the world’s most famous holes, including Augusta’s infamous 16th.
The course itself has seen many impressive rounds in its prestigious history, including the first PGA Matchplay tournament in 1910 and James Bond's epic golfing duel in the 1964 classic 007 movie 'Goldfinger'.
Stoke Park also offers fantastic practice facilties including putting green, driving range, short game area and our state-of-the-art swing studio. The Swing Studio is a real asset to what we offer at our 5 star facility. This indoor facility offers the best teaching and club fitting technology, allowing for a truly interactive golf lesson where swings can be viewed immediately on the plasma screens enhanced by the latest V1 software. Pupils can hit out onto the driving range or in severe conditions or low light into a net. Gone are the days of cancelling a golf lesson due to poor weather. Bookings are made in exactly the same way, we look forward to you experiencing this brilliant learning environment soon.
Guests can book to play (rates vary depending on time of year) on Stoke Park's 27 hole Championship Golf Course.