The Course

We are very proud of our golf course, which we believe to be the most picturesque and enjoyable to play in the area. The course plays to 6,025 yards as a par 69 and provides a good test of golf for players of all abilities.

Our golf course offers a test for the bombing tiger whilst also possessing an intriguing and fun challenge to the less adventurous amongst us. We have two par 5's, five tricky par 3's with the remaining par 4's of varying lengths. Each hole is unique and has a character of it's own, the walk includes spectacular views stretching from Alexandra Palace in the East to Windsor Castle and beyond in the West.

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The 7th, a 352-yard par 4 off the white tees, is probably the hole visitors remember most from a visit to Stanmore.

It is a very picturesque hole, situated at one of the highest points in Middlesex and offers stunning views across the country.

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Stanmore is renowned as an interesting and excellent test of golf, rebuilt by famed golf course architect Dr. Alister MacKenzie in 1921 we are very proud of the golfing challenge Dr. Mackenzie left to us a century ago and work hard to offer our golf course in a condition that competes with the very best in the area. Shot placement off the tee is always important and anybody who goes off line will struggle to make their par on our strategic era classic. Several dog-legs allow the really proficient golfer the chance to showcase their abilities, with the opportunity to shape shots both ways throughout the round.

On most holes it is better to be short than long because invariably a great deal of trouble awaits behind the greens. Having hit the green, you will find the putting surfaces fast and true and in exceptional condition.

The club was created by Frederick Gordon 127 years ago. For more information, view our Club History.