The 18-hole course at Bury St Edmunds is regarded as one of the finest of its type. Mature, rolling parkland , with a stunning setting that includes magnificent native woodland and glimpses of a variety of wildlife.
No water, but our trees and 69 strategically-placed bunkers help to concentrate the mind and if the wind blows the holes' frequent changes of direction add to the challenge.
The par 72 course plays 6,676 yards off the white tees, making it one of the longest in the county, but the walking is easy enough.
The nine-hole pay-and-play course (for which no handicap certificate is required), less mature than the main course but no less attractive, is a perfect starting point for beginners but is no 'gimme' for the more experience player, particularly in windy conditions. It is used by the club to help develop its thriving junior section.
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