Set in 200 acres of parkland and listed by English Heritage as a protected park and garden. The Rotherwick Course at Tylney Park is an example of the very best inland golf available in Britain. In 2003, a leading firm of golf architects was asked to re-design the 1974 golf course in such a way that would do justice to a site which has long been felt could unlock more potential as one of the finest parkland settings in the south of England.
The aim was to create a course of sufficient length and variety to challenge players of all abilities while preserving the original features of the landscape and indeed capitalise on the existing natural beauty.
The undulating topography and formal planting meant that there was little requirement for artificial shaping as is so often the case with newer courses. From the back tees the course now stretches to over 7000 yards and offers a very stern test particularly as the greens have significant profiles which increase the challenge without being unreasonable.
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