Pavenham Park Golf Club is located three miles north of Bedford and was opened in 1994. The course is established as one of the best in the area with its traditional, undulating parkland layout.
This challenging par 72, 18-hole golf course measures 6,467 yards off the Tiger Tees and sits in the middle of the Bedfordshire countryside, providing spectacular views of the surrounding villages and woodlands.
Pavenham village has been a settlement on the River Ouse as far back as the Stone Age and Roman artifacts have been found locally. The Manor House was built around the time of William the Conqueror and during World War II, Glenn Miller was billeted here. Pavenham Park Golf Club now occupies the estate where the grand Manor House once stood.
The new clubhouse was opened by professional golfers Ian Poulter and Justin Rose in 2001.
As the course enters into its tenth anniversary, the greens continue to mature. The strategic introduction of tree plantations has added to the continuous improvement of the course.
The club extends its welcome to all visitors and members, as well as guests visiting the function rooms and marquee.
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