A true test of golfing ability for all levels
Set in over 300 acres of Wiltshire parkland, The Wiltshire Golf courses are both challenging yet enjoyable.
Initially designed by Peter Allis in 1991, the par 72, 18-hole Lakes Course, measures 6,628 yards. As the name suggests, the course is strategically designed around the many natural lakes that exist in this area. In fact, water hazards can be found on as many as 13 holes! Large, undulating greens, leave you rarely having a straightforward putt and strategically located bunkers need avoiding where possible. Our signature holes are debatably the 10th and the 17th. Both involve teeing over lakes, then approach shots again over water to testing greens.
The 9-hole Garden Course, measuring 3,300 yards is perhaps a little more sedate, but certainly not a compromise, with it’s vast array of tees, the holes can be played many different ways.
And don’t forget to call in at the Halfway House, for light refreshment. It’s conveniently located whether playing The Lakes or The Garden Course!