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The Berkshire Golf Club

  • Creation


  • Architect

    Herbert Fowler

  • Description

    18 Holes - Par 72 - 5 900m (Red Course) - 18 Holes - Par 71 - 5 821m (Blue Course)

Founded in 1928, The Berkshire is a traditional Members’ Golf Club is home to two Herbert Fowler designed courses, both of which are widely regarded as amongst the best pine and heather lined courses in the British Isles.

The Club is host to  The Berkshire Trophy, one of the UK’s major amateur competitions. Past winners include Nick Faldo, Sandy Lyle and Ross Fisher. The Berkshire has also hosted the English Amateur Championship and the British Senior Amateur Championship, and in 2009 it was the venue for  final qualifying for the Senior British Open Championship.

Being less than 20 miles from Central London, and very close to Heathrow Airport, The Berkshire is particularly well situated for visitors from overseas