Heythrop Park is one of the most historic Estates in England and in keeping with its status is now graced by a quintessential English golf course which meanders over ridges and through valleys and is studded with ancient woodland, lakes and streams.
The new 7,088-yard par 72 course is the handiwork of Tom Mackenzie, of the internationally-renowned golf course architects, Mackenzie & Ebert, who are currently working on four Open Championship venues, Turnberry, Royal St George’s, Royal Lytham & St Annes and Royal Troon, as well as other prestigious projects as far afield as the Portugal, Angola, Germany, the Czech Republic, Germany, Canada and the West Indies.
Mackenzie and Ebert are renowned for their sympathetic treatment of the landscape and nowhere is that better illustrated than at Heythrop, where the course was seeded as recently as the summer of 2008, but which will soon look as if it has been in situ for years.
“Working at Heythrop has been a dream come true for me,” said Mackenzie, during a recent site visit. “My two great loves are golf and the landscape so to have the opportunity to work on such an historic site has been incredible."
Summer April - September
£40.00 (Jnr £15.00)
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£50.00 (Jnr £15.00)
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