The Galley Hill course at South Beds Golf Club is an established County Championship layout which measures 6,401 yards from the back markers. Harry Vardon once described it as “Bedfordshire’s hidden gem”.
It's not known who originally designed the course when the club was founded in 1892, but Harry Vardon was influential during the club's early years and several holes in play today are the legacy of Vardon's advice and guidance.
A nice course well kept, relatively straight forward with a few memorable holes due to the topography of the course. We had beautiful weather and the views as the sun was going down across the rolling countryside made a nice afternoon. Worth checking out if you are within 45mins but longer than that I wouldn't bother.