Gerrards Cross Golf Club is considered one of the most attractive courses in South Buckinghamshire. With the River Misbourne meandering past the club house there is no finer place to play golf in winter or summer.
The woodland course in the grounds of an ancient estate was built in 1922, and now measures 6,243 yards from the white tees with one par 5 and four par 3’s. A testing par 69 with a slope rating of 130 from the white plates reflects the challenges it offers. Accuracy is the key!
In addition to our 18 hole course we also offer a relaxed club house, where you can enjoy food and drink throughout the year. We welcome visitors to our course and would recommend booking in advance.
To aid you with your visit please see below a link to the visitor guidelines:
Gerrards Cross Golf Club believes that it is the responsibility of everybody involved in our Club to ensure it remains a safe place, free from discrimination, fear and where possible, risk.
Gerrards Cross has adopted a colour code to indicate course restrictions for two seater buggies when conditions are unsafe. (Health & Safety decision)
Terms and conditions together with route information are available in the Buggy policy document.
Members and visitors are encouraged to read it.
If you are staying in the local area whilst visiting the Club you may find the following information on accommodation helpful. Click on the links below;
TOFF's Golf Society - Aug 2022 "The course was in superb condition and the meal up to the high standard we have come to expect from Gerrards Cross Golf Club. The courtesy extended from all the staff and members we met was heart warming."
Yarton and Begbroke GS - Oct 2022 "On behalf of Yarnton and Begbroke golf Society please pass on our thanks to The Directors, Committee, Staff and members for allowing us to share the course and tremendous facilities yesterday. Again, and each time we visit, It is a memorable experience for us all. Everything about the day was first class. Hopefully we will be allowed to return at some time in the not to distant future. Best regards. Dr. Christopher Perkins. Hon: Sec"