The Oxfordshire Golf Club, set in the rolling hills of the Chilterns, is located approximately 45 minutes drive northwest of London on the outskirts of the historical university town of Oxford.
Designed and built by the world-renowned architect Rees Jones, his first in Britain. More on Rees Jones and their golf course design company.
No expense has been spared in creating this beautiful golf course. A tactical blend of bunkering, strategically placed lakes, wispy rough and wind make this a real challenge. Combine that with its natural beauty and you have all the course you'll ever need.
The Oxfordshire also offers one of the finest clubhouses in the country with conference facilities for up to 200 people, a fabulous restaurant that provides Continental and Japanese cuisine, a lounge bar, a spike bar and a traditional Ofuro bath house. Club House and Conference Facilities.
The Oxfordshire has found the perfect blend between business and pleasure, so whether you're interested in playing a round of golf, becoming a member, hosting a conference or having a wedding you'll find everything you could possibly want right here.
A relative rarity in Britain, the course has been designed in a modern American parkland style, and specifically as a potential venue for international golf tournaments. Since opening in 1993, The Oxfordshire has hosted the Anderson Consulting World Matchplay, the English Ladies Open, and from 1996 to 1999 it has been the venue for Benson & Hedges International Open. The latter boasts an enviable list of winners such as Colin Montgomerie, Bernhard Langer and Darren Clarke.
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There is a £1500 Joining fee and £100 fund fee.
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