Cambridge Meridian Golf Club is so called
because it straddles the Greenwich Meridian Line - just one of 10
courses in the world to do so. Golfers cross the Meridian Line seven
times during their round on this stunning championship course.
designed by the Ryder Cup players, Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, and
many in the know suggest that it is Alliss's best UK course design. At
6,700 yards, with a par of 73, and water dotted around on many holes, it
is a stern scoring test for the lowest of handicaps but its generous
fairways make it pleasantly playable for all.
Each hole is designed to be a challenge with mature oaks and weeping
willows draped around the carefully nurtured greens and lakes. Other
holes show a definite links character, with wispy grass, gorse and
numerous carefully placed bunkers.