Southfield Golf Club Ltd is the home to three very long established Golf Clubs: Oxford City Golf Club, founded in 1899, Oxford University Golf Club, founded in 1875 and Oxford Ladies Golf Club, founded in 1901. The Course at Southfield is one of the finest in Oxfordshire and presents a thorough test of golf to all players.
Within a couple of miles of the old East Gate approach to Oxford and within easy access from the Ring road, lies Southfield Golf Course - a golfing jewel in Oxford's sprawling suburban crown.
For more than eighty years it has presented a challenge to University and City golfers alike whilst providing a haven of peace and tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of commerce and industry in Cowley and Headington.
The Golf Course at the Southfield Estate was established in the early 1920's when the three clubs moved there. The famous course designer, Harry Colt, had constructed a new course incorporating some holes of the original James Braid layout. The undulating parkland course with many fine mature trees and an abundance of wildlife will provide the visitor with an excellent test of golf in beautiful surroundings.
The undulating parkland course with many fine mature trees and an abundance of wildlife will provide the visitor with an excellent test of golf in beautiful surroundings. Take time to look back from the 4th tee at the splendid view over the City of Oxford's "dreaming spires". Magdalen's four pinnacled Tower, the University Church Spire and the Dome of the Radcliffe Camera are silhouetted on the skyline.
Then on to the 5th where the headquarters of the Old Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, now denuded of battlements and castellations, and turned into flats, are on your right.
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