John Abercromby was asked to design the course for Mote Mount Golf Club in 1923 and it opened for play in 1927. For some reason the owner sold the club to the local council three years later then Harry Colt was called in to remodel the layout in 1931.
The club name was changed to Mill Hill Golf Club in 1939, before three holes were lost to the war effort and had to be replaced. Further alterations were made when the M1 motorway was constructed in the 1960s.
Today, this densely wooded course extends to 6,247 yards from the back tees, playing to a par of 70, with holes configured as two returning nines. Four short holes are arranged with two on the front nine and two on the back and the only two par fives on the card are played on the outward half (at the 5th and 9th).
Highlights here include the par three 2nd and par four 10th, where the greens sit close to each other on the other side of a lake. The long par four 6th is considered the toughest hole on the front nine, while the short par four 14th offers the best chance of a birdie on the back nine, provided the front right bunker at the green can be avoided.
Not worth a visit as many other better courses locally, has main road running straight through the middle of course and uninspiring course, pro shop unfriendly and unhelpful but can't blame the course for that!