Founded in 1896 and set in 150 acres of mature woodland, Maidenhead Golf Club is only a five-minute walk from the town centre and has been described as a hidden gem in the heart of Maidenhead.
The course was originally called the Temple Links for it was designed to play as an inland links and despite modern advancements in technology, the presentation of Temple Golf Club is still characterised by the season.
Goring & Streatley Golf Club was founded in 1895 and the course was originally designed by Tom Dunn. With fine turf, topographical variation and expansive views of the Thames Valley, it’s an engaging golfing experience.
Dave Thomas designed the golf course at Donnington Grove Country Club in 1993 and it’s a testing layout that is routed through the secluded Donnington Grove Estate where the historic castle stands guard.
Sand Martins Golf Club is intriguing, with two distinctly contrasting nines. The front nine is park-like and the back nine feels like an inland links.
The West Berkshire Golf Club is a monster, measuring more than 7,000 yards from the back tees. The tips are not for the faint hearted.
One of the finest parkland courses in Berkshire, Reading Golf Club is a quintessentially English affair, but the club is merging with Caversham Heath and relocating to Chazey Heath near Mapledurham to a layout refashioned by Tom McBroom.