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Bury St Edmunds Golf Club

18 Hole Par72 Course, 9 Hole Par31 Course, Driving Range, Pro Shop
Bury St Edmunds Golf Club was founded in 1924 with an original design by the first British Ryder Cup captain Ted Ray. The course is set in 150 gently rolling acres of established parkland, with most holes flanked by magnificent mature woodland. 

The par 72, 18 hole course plays 6,676 yards off the white tees, making it one of the longest in the county, but the walking is easy enough. The nine-hole pay-and-play course is renowned for its outstanding year-round condition (no handicap certificate is required), it is less mature than the main course but no less attractive and is a perfect starting point for beginners.