The challenging and unique course dates from 1895 and has been re-modelled by Willie Park, the designer of Royal Birkdale and Sunningdale.
Set in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace, the golf club has the enviable accolade of being the only course set in a Royal Park.
The course dates back to 1895 and was “recently” remodelled by Willie Park Junior in 1904 who was careful to make the course a discreet addition to Home Park whilst allowing the golfer wonderful views of the Palace.
This historic 6513 yard par 71 course offers a blend of parkland and links. Built on gravel and hidden in a nook of the Thames, the course is free draining giving it a weather proofed reputation. The course is dominated by symmetrical lines of lime trees and copses of oak. Despite being a little more than ¼ mile from Kingston Upon Thames the course is a tranquil hideaway with 310 inquisitive roaming deer adding to the golf experience.
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