In 1936 PGA Professional Allan Gow founded Girton Golf Club. Twenty-nine years later he allowed the Club members to purchase the freehold of the land and the course was extended to eighteen holes. Following the addition of a superbly designed clubhouse in 1992, Girton became unrivalled in the area as a unique Club offering traditional course design enhanced with splendid facilities. Recently a purpose built half way house, which can offer refreshments and toilet facilities has been added to further improve the facilities available.
Members and visitors enjoy the easy walking around Girton's gorgeous parkland setting but the mature trees makes for an exceptionally challenging round. The fairways can be quite tight and approach shots to the cleverly designed par 3's certainly require accuracy. With greens rated amongst the best in Cambridgeshire and three daunting finishing holes (including one of the longest par fives in the county), every game will always be one to remember.
Girton is an easy walking, tight parkland course with mature bushes and trees which make an exceptionally testing game of golf. With greens rated among the best in Cambridgeshire, the five par three's require various length iron shots which must be accurate. The last three holes are particularly demanding, especially the 18th which is one of the longest par fives in the county.
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