Located in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, Mill Green is the perfect place to spoil a walk!
Set in over 200 acres of Hertfordshire countryside, Mill Green Golf Club combines an excellent golf course with hospitality and charm. The gently undulating landscape with its mixture of rolling meadows and ancient woodland has enabled Peter Alliss and Clive Clark to create a challenging golf course of outstanding beauty.
The contemporary clubhouse allows the golfer to relax in comfortable surroundings that have more than a touch of elegance.
In addition to the wonderfully crafted Alliss/Clark course, we have an excellent range of facilities to help you to relax and enjoy your time at Mill Green Golf Club.
New clubhouse opened in August 2004.
• Excellent practice facilities including driving range and putting green.
• Romany 9 hole Par 3 course.
• Game improving golf tuition from our resident PGA professionals.
• Hire of buggies and trolleys.
• Fully equipped golf shop manned by helpful and informative staff.
• Inviting bar and restaurant with fantastic cuisine and friendly ambiance.
• Function rooms that are perfect for large events or parties.
The front nine, which plays towards the small village of Mill Green itself, is both open and undulating, and by comparison the back nine plays directly towards Hertford and is noted for its narrow fairways which work their way through ancient woodland and large lakes. Descriptions of playing our signature holes by our resident Professional follow:-
The 8th hole
The longest par 4 on the course and against the wind it is a monster. You must be right on the button with your tee shot to enable you to hit the green in two. The green itself is well protected by a lake to the right and plenty of bunkers to the left. A four here feels like a birdie.
The 9th hole
A short par 4 measuring 395 yards with the green overlooked by the clubhouse. With out of bounds left, thick rough and large bunkers on the right, a straight tee shot is important. The approach shot can be tricky as you have a picturesque lake to the right of the green, ready to catch any stray shots, and three guarding bunkers and out of bounds over the back. The green is very long and undulating so club selection is vital.
The 14th hole
A long par five. At 531 yards it can be reached in two by long straight hitters, but laying up is a good decision. With out of bounds right you are forced to aim left where long grass and trees are waiting, so playing safe for a regulation par is a good idea. Big hitters can risk a knock with the driver, this will leave you a mid to long iron shot over water setting up an excellent chance for birdie or even eagle.
The 17th hole
A beautiful dogleg with a stroke index of 8 but plays much harder. It is advisable to play with a 3 or 5 wood off the tee, hugging the left-hand side of the fairway to open the green up.Your second shot hopefully from the fairway will leave you with between 125 and 200 yards into a well-protected bunkered green. Try to avoid taking on a back pin position as through the green spells trouble with a ditch and plenty of thick rough. A birdie is definitely on but play the hole sensibly.
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