Both courses are open.All buggy traffic stay on fairways.Please repair pitch marks replace divots & rake footprints out of bunkers.NO BUGGIES UNTIL FROST HAS LIFTED. (updated 17 November at 05:17)
The Willows and The Firs

Though quality runs through every acre of Hartsbourne, there is little doubt that the golfing facilities represent the 'jewel in the crown' of the club's offering. The 27 holes are as challenging as they are steeped in history and offer our members a premium golfing experience that few can rival.

Just five years from its 100th anniversary, the 27 holes of Hartsbourne have pioneered quality golfing architecture since its inception in 1922. First laid out by legendary 'golf-smith' F.G. Hawtree and his business partner, five-time Open Champion J.H. Taylor, the course at Hartsbourne was one of the first to benefit from modern greenkeeping science and bunker construction – allowing the course to blend effortlessly into the surrounding parkland.

Given the Hawtree dynasty grew to become one of the most prestigious practices in golf architecture, it is little surprise that the Hartsbourne course has attracted some elite level golfers. Six-time Ryder Cup participant Peter Oosterhuis holds the course record with an incredible 62, while 1957 Ryder Cup winning captain Dai Rees won the Goray Championships here in 1954 playing alongside the "Voice of British golf", Peter Alliss.

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Hartsbourne Golf Club

The main course scorecard
HoleWhite
Yards
Yellow
Yards
ParSI
1 483 466 5 9
2 177 168 3 17
3 421 410 4 1
4 328 314 4 5
5 182 171 3 13
6 294 286 4 15
7 517 506 5 7
8 410 387 4 3
9 410 407 4 11
out 3239 3115 36  
10 256 247 4 16
11 423 412 4 6
12 382 360 4 12
13 497 482 5 2
14 216 206 3 8
15 153 135 3 18
16 318 314 4 14
17 414 400 4 4
18 433 423 4 10
In 3092 2979 35  
Total 6331 6094 71  
HoleRed
Yards
ParSI
1 417 5 9
2 147 3 17
3 362 4 1
4 286 4 7
5 127 3 15
6 278 4 13
7 446 5 3
8 365 5 11
9 393 4 5
out 2821 37  
10 247 4 16
11 395 4 2
12 316 4 12
13 416 5 4
14 202 3 8
15 117 3 18
16 314 4 6
17 391 5 14
18 417 5 10
in 2815 37  
Total 5636 74