Constructed as the very first purpose built public golf course in England, Addington Court Golf Centre truly offers something for everyone.
A stern but fair challenge for players of all abilities. Measuring 5,599 yards from the back tees, the well-placed hazards require some thought during your round. Therefore, good course-management is essential as accuracy off the tee is a must.
Added during the mid 70s, the Falconwood is a little more generous than its older brother, whilst still offering a good test of golf to every standard of player. Situated on the other side of the valley, the course sits more to the top of the hill, always bringing the wind in as a factor to your scoring.
9-Hole Academy Course
A mix of par 3s and mid-length par 4s, this course should not be understimated. Targets, clever mounding and severe slopes make it far from straightforward. Perfect for anyone trying to improve their game, these 9 holes will help in developing a soft touch around any green.