There had only ever been a Victorian nine-hole course on the Luton Hoo estate, so it came as a design challenge to create what is, at 7,107 yards, one of the longest 18-hole golf courses in the UK, while simultaneously preserving the Grade 1 listed parkland in which it is situated. The outcome is an immaculate course that offers a series of subtly challenging landscape features including six holes with water obstacles. 

Not one tree was removed in the making of the course and in fact 1,500 oak, beech and sweet chestnut saplings were transplanted from other areas of the estate.  In addition, around 50% of the acreage covered by the course is sown with wildflower, giving a more natural feel than other links. 

Practice Areas

- Putting Green & short game area
Located in front of the club house our generous sized putting/ short game area green plays host to lessons and pre round practice.

- Driving range
Our picturesque driving range has eight covered bays with target out towards the parkland. Perfect for practice, warm up and a great facility to receive tuition and improve your game.

- Chipping Green
Situated next to the driving range is an excellent short game practice area with several holes placed for varying practise shots.