Golf Clubs in Cambridge
There are many beautiful places to discover and experience golf in Cambridge. If you are a fan of playing golf then Cambridge is the place for you!
Cambridge is a region with a history and traditions that date back centuries. Indeed, the early historical records would seem to indicate that an Iron Age Belgic Tribe built a settlement on what is now Castle Hill in the first century BC. Through the times of the Romans, Saxons and Normans, the region grew and developed into what it has become today.
Since its inception in 1936, Girton Golf Club has been a member-run Golf Club. Situated on the outskirts of Cambridge we are in easy reach of the City. The original 9-hole course was created on farming land and the protected Ridge and Furrow layout is still visible on the First and Eighteenth fairways betraying the land’s Middle-Ages Heritage.
Kingsway Cambridge Golf Course has been a feature of the Cambridge sporting scene since 1995 and offers a well-maintained 9 hole par 3 course at a reasonable price. It occupies a 20 acre site off Trumpington Road just two miles south of King’s College.
Cambridge Meridian Golf Club sits majestically in a 210 acre site between the villages of Comberton and Toft, just 5 miles west of Cambridge, East Anglia. It was designed by Ryder Cup players Peter Alliss and Clive Clark and is generally acclaimed as their top UK course design.