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Golf Breaks in the South East of England at Foxhills

South East England Golf Breaks

Overview
Are you looking for the perfect golfing getaway? Look no further than South East England. With its picturesque landscapes and top-notch golf courses, it's no wonder why this region is a golfer's paradise. 
 
When it comes to golf, South East England has something for everyone. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, you'll find a...
South East England Golf Breaks
Are you looking for the perfect golfing getaway? Look no further than South East England. With its picturesque landscapes and top-notch golf courses, it's no wonder why this region is a golfer's paradise. 
 
When it comes to golf, South East England has something for everyone. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, you'll find a course that suits your needs. And after a day on the green, there's plenty of nightlife to enjoy. From trendy bars to traditional pubs, there's something for everyone.
 
Some of the most popular golf courses in the region include the Royal St. George's Golf Club, the Wentworth Club, and the Sunningdale Golf Club. And when it comes to accommodations, you'll find plenty of options. Whether you're looking for a luxury golf hotel or a cosy bed and breakfast, there's something for everyone.
 
For those looking to play unlimited golf, plenty of options are available. Many golf resorts in the region offer unlimited golf packages, allowing you to play to your heart's content. And for those who want to explore the area, golf tours are a great way to see the sights while enjoying your favourite sport.
 
South East England is the perfect destination if you're looking for a luxury golf break. With its stunning landscapes, top-notch golf courses, and world-class accommodations, it's easy to see why golf breaks in England are so popular.
 
So why not book your golf holiday to South East England today and experience the ultimate golfing getaway?

 

Popular Golf Courses in South East England

  • Royal St George's
  • Sunningdale
  • Swinley Forest
  • Berkshire
  • Walton Heath
Royal St George's Golf Course has unique features, thatched roof shelters, the bunker on the 4th hole cut into a large dune, and the Uk's tallest and deepest bunker. The Club occupies a unique place in the history of golf, for it was here in 1894 that the Open Championship was first played outside Scotland.
 
Sunningdale's Old Course was designed by twice the winner of The Open Championship; Park Jnr favoured diagonal and visual hazards, and examples of these can be seen across the course, with cross bunkers, ditches, and heather banks framing many holes.
 
Harry Colt designed the Swinley Forest golf course; its layout carves through spectacular heathland vistas framed by heather, pine woods, azaleas, and rhododendrons. With its combination of 2 par 5s, 11 par 4s, and five par 3s, Swinley plays deceptively long, and its undulating greens deliver an extra skill test to all comers. Swinley measures 6431 yards off the back tees with a par of 69.
 
The Blue Course in Berkshire, unusually, starts with a par 3 (pictured), but it is a magnificent start that instantly confronts the golfer with the skill of Fowler's design. The green sits on a mound, more than 200 yards away across a sea of heather. There is trouble short and right of the green to catch a weakly hit slice and back left of the green to punish the hooked shot, which is likely to go too long.
 
Walton Heath’s Old Course has featured in the World’s Top 100 rankings every year since its inception in 1938. This par 72 championship course stretches to 7406 yards, though a more accommodating 6786 yards off the daily tees. Most of the yardage will seem to happen in the first six holes, which is as tough a start as you will find.
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Popular accommodations in South East England:
  • Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire.
  • De Vere Staverton Estate, Northamptonshire.
  • De Vere Wokefield, Berkshire.
  • East Sussex National, East Sussex.
  • Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel, Daventry.
In the tranquil grounds of the Brocket Hall Estate lies Melbourne Lodge, our elegant Georgian coach house conversion. With beautiful views of the Hall, Broadwater Lake, and the Melbourne golf course, the 16 luxury en suite bedrooms in Melbourne Lodge, each named after one of the great racehorses of the day, are the perfect place to stay after enjoying an exhilarating round of golf on one of our championship courses, a sumptuous dinner in Auberge du Lac, a fabulous wedding or private party.
 
Set only a few minutes' drives from Daventry Country Park, De Vere Staverton Estate Hotel offers contemporary accommodation with a golf course, a swimming pool, and a gym. Arbury Hill Mountain Peak is 3.3 km from the resort, while Daventry United Reformed Church is 3 km away. The venue is 3 km from Daventry city centre and 55 km from Birmingham airport. Stratford-upon-Avon is 36 km away.
 
There has been an estate at Wokefield since the first house was built in the 1560s for the wealthy Plowden family. Set in 250 acres of Berkshire Parkland, its history is etched in the different architectural features that greet you throughout. With 104 beautifully designed bedrooms, all overlooking the South Downs and their manicured golf courses, East Sussex National provides its valued guests with every comfort. The resort offers a health club and spa, award-winning restaurants, and two championship golf courses.
 
Set amongst 1100 acres of lush green English countryside, the East Sussex National Resort provides the perfect retreat for business and leisure travellers.
 
Their modern resort hotel is nestled within the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside with easy access from the M1, M40, and M6, offering the perfect setting for weddings, events, conferences, and leisure breaks. The hotel is home to eight sparkling lakes set within landscaped gardens - offering a stunning backdrop for a meal in their restaurant, a place to enjoy a relaxing break, a round of golf, or host a memorable corporate event.
 

 

After The Golf:
South East England has plenty to offer if you're a golfer looking for something to do after a day on the green. From vibrant nightlife to fascinating local attractions, this region is a must-visit destination for any golf enthusiast.
 
South East England has a thriving nightlife scene for those looking for a night out.
 
Whether looking for a cosy pub or a high-energy club, you can find something to suit your tastes. And with so many excellent restaurants, you'll always be hungry during your stay.
 
But the region isn't just about nightlife.
 
South East England is home to a wealth of local attractions that are sure to delight any visitor.
 
From historic castles and stately homes to stunning natural landscapes, there's something for everyone to enjoy. And with so many charming towns and villages to explore, you'll always have things to do.
 
South East England is steeped in culture and history, making it a fascinating destination for anyone interested in learning more about this part of the world. Whether you're interested in art, literature, or music, plenty will inspire you here.
 
So, if you're a golfer looking for a new adventure, take advantage of everything South East England offers.
 
With its vibrant nightlife, rich culture, and stunning attractions, this is a destination that you won't want to miss.
 
Travelling to South East England:
South East of England is pretty easy to access via:
  • Car.
  • Taxi.
  • Uber.
  • Train.
  • Coach.
Travel time varies depending on where you're travelling from.
South East England - Weather Guide:

South East England experiences a temperate maritime climate, heavily influenced by its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea.

The most favourable times for golfing in South East England are during the late spring, summer, and early autumn months.
 
The weather tends to be mild and relatively dry during these periods, providing pleasant conditions for golfers. May to September are generally ideal, with mild temperatures and a lower chance of rain.
 
The hottest months for golfing in South East England are typically July and August.
 
During these months, temperatures can range from 20°C to 25°C, providing comfortable conditions for spending extended periods outdoors on the golf course.
 
The coldest months for golfing in South East England are December, January, and February. During this period, temperatures can drop to around 2°C to 6°C.
 
South East England offers a variety of golfing opportunities throughout the year, with the late spring to early autumn months being the prime time for golf enthusiasts to enjoy the sport.
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