Set amidst 300 acres of mature woodland and finest Hertfordshire parkland, Moor Park features two championship golf courses, the High and the West.
Designed by Harry Colt in 1923 to blend into the grounds of the estate, the courses combine challenging golf holes – ideal for competition, practise or tuition.
The High Course plays host annually to the Hertfordshire Stag, as well as regularly welcoming such events as the County Championships, the English Seniors Open and the Carris Trophy. The English Boys' Strokeplay Championship known as the Carris Trophy, attracts Europe's best youngsters and is held at Moor Park every fourth year. Moor Park has also hosted the Bob Hope Classic, the Spalding Silver King, Uniroyal, The Four Stars Pro-Celebrity, Woolmark Ladies European Match Play Championship and the Ladies British Open.
The West course, although shorter in length than the High, demands a more exacting approach from the golfer to reach the tricky greens in regulation.
The 17th century mansion house of Moor Park, perhaps one of the most photographed clubhouses in golf, provides a spectacular setting to relax and enjoy a post round drink or two.
The combination of idyllic surroundings, together with our attention to detail and knowledge of the game of golf, guarantees a day that will be beyond expectations.
Moor Park is conveniently located near to London, and only five minutes from the M25 and Moor Park Underground Station (Metropolitan Line).