MON - FRI 9AM - 5PM | SAT 10AM - 4PM
When playing at Woburn, the club requires players to have a handicap of at least 36 for ladies and 24 for men.
On the course, players must wear tucked in collared shirts and golf shoes. Shorts are allowed, provided they are tailored and worn with ankle length or long socks. Phones must be on silent and not used for calls.
The dress code within the clubhouse allows for smart, coloured jeans (no denim) and leisure footwear. After 6pm, a jacket and collared shirt must be worn by men and appropriate dress for ladies.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Woburn Golf Club is secluded but only 10 minutes from Junction 13 of the M1. It is the only 54 hole venue to have all 3 courses featured in Golf Monthly's Top 100 Courses in the UK & Ireland. Having hosted over 50 professional tournaments, Woburn is.
Dukes course -
The Duke's Course designed by Charles Lawrie opened in 1976 and was the first of Woburn's three courses to be constructed.
The 6,983 yard Duke's course sports fairways lined with pine, silver birch and chestnut trees. Heather, bracken and gorse add to the charm of the course, as well as providing some of the natural hazards of each hole.
Duchess course - The Duchess Course is sometimes considered to be the least challenging of the three Woburn courses, the junior sibling lying in the shadow of well respected and much heralded family members.
Marquess course - Since 2014 The Marquess Course has been one of four courses in the country to be used to stage Final Qualifying for The Open Championship. In October 2015 The British Masters supported by Sky Sports was staged on the Marquess course and in July 2016 it staged The Ricoh Women's British Open.