Surrounded by Scots pine, beech and silver birch, the Longcross is consistently ranked one of the top 100 golf courses in England and will host the International Series England this year.

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Course Highlights

The 408-yard par-four first hole sets the tone for your round and is particularly tricky for wild hitters; fire your drive between a funnel of trees, then negotiate two bunkers which protect the front of the green.

The 14th hole stretches 507 yards from the elevated tee and was voted by BBC Radio 5 Live as one of the greatest holes ever played – this hole certainly has the wow factor.

The highlight has to be the new signature 16th hole. Playing over 200 yards from the back tees over water, this dramatic par-three is a real test even for a low handicapper. Finding the green is a must with the lake at the front right and a bunker at the back left.

The final hole is uphill, with a large tree narrowing the fairway for your second shot. After a partially blind approach, you can reach the shared 18th green (with the Bernard Hunt) in view of the Clubhouse.

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£2m investment over past two years

An ambitious £2m investment project into the Longcross Course is now complete, bringing the biggest structural changes to the courses since they were designed by Fred Hawtree and opened for play in 1975.  

With an aim to cement its place as one of the best courses in the country, the improvements encourage more strategy and creativity throughout the round to better suit the modern style of the game. Focus has been on bunker renovation and placement, drainage and green re-builds.