Huntercombe Artisans Golf Club

Huntercombe celebrated its centenary in 2001 having formally opened in May 1901. Willie Park Junior, winner of the Open Championship in 1887 and 1889, designed the course and, as with all of Willie's designs, it was an instant success with local golfers. The distinguished American golfer, Walter Travis, visited Huntercombe in August that year said Huntercombe was, indeed, one of the finest courses on the eye and also one of the finest to play. The course is fairly flat, apart from the second and third holes, and therefore offers a very comfortable round for players of all ages. Over the years, the course has changed very little from its original design and is considered by many as one of the finest inland courses in the country.

Contact Details

Course Name:Huntercombe Artisans Golf Club

Address:109 The Street

Town:Wallingford

County:Oxfordshire

Post Code:OX10 8EF

Telephone 1:Not available

Telephone 2:Not available

Fax:Not available

Website:Not available

Latitude:51.598213

Longitude::-1.109166

Golf Course Information

Type of ClubMembers

Type of CourseParkland

Number of Holes18 Hole

Distance:6000 yards

Par:70

Weekday Greenfees:Not available

Weekend Greenfees:Not available

Handicap Required:No

Softspikes Required:No

Pro Shop:No

Driving Range:No

Pro Shop Facilities

Fitting Service:No

Club Repairs:No

Electric Trolly Repairs:No

Club Hire:No

Trolley Hire:No

Buggy Hire:No

Lessons:No

Course Planner:No

Club House Facilities

Accommodation:No

Bar Available:No

Breakfast Available:No

Lunch Available:No

Afternoon Tea Available:No

Evening Meals Available:No

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