Whittlebury golf courses offers 36 holes, benefitting from 4 loops
of 9 holes, each with their own unique character and STRI & USGA
accredited greens, playable in any combination, means you do not have to
play the same round of golf twice.
The course was reconstructed, and is named the 1905 Course in memory
of its original heyday within the oak parkland close to a further 3
courses: the Royal Whittlewood, the Grand Prix and the Wedgewood.
Royal Whittlewood Course Plays around the remaining copses of the ancient Royal Whittlewood
Forest, home to an abundance of flora and fauna, which made the forest a
favourite hunting ground of Medieval Kings.
Grand Prix Course plays over the gently undulating grassland adjacent to the world
famous Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit, with interesting lake features
and wildlife sanctuaries providing many testing holes.
1905 Course is built on the Whittlebury estate in 1905, where golfers
will enjoy playing between the magnificent old oak trees and lakes in
Wedgewood Course has both testing par 3’s and par 4’s of a high standard
of design and construction, maintained to the same level of excellence
as the other three courses on the estate. This makes it ideal for
bringing on and improving the “shot making skills” of the novice, yet
offering an interesting challenge to experienced players.