Gerrards Cross golf course is set in parkland with extensive woodland areas. Beech and oak trees, characteristic of this part of Buckinghamshire, feature on many holes. As you can imagine the course is particularly attractive in Spring and Autumn. The course is mainly flat. The woodland setting naturally frames most holes with 6 dog-legs making it a course you need to plot your way round.
The Course measures 6,243 yards from the white tees with one par 5 and four par 3s. With a par of 69 the course provides a good test of golf, confirmed by a SSS of 71. Accuracy is the key!
Take in English country scenery at its best as well as an interesting smattering of wildlife. The views across the Misbourne valley from the elevated tees at the 2nd and 18th tees are a delight. The final three holes are particularly picturesque and provide a really testing finish to your round.
Our Hole by Hole pages show plans for all 18 holes, an aerial tour video and a brief description of each hole.
Our practice facilities are some of the best in the region. The facilities are available to members and Green Fee-paying visitors. They include;