Bush Hill Park Golf Club was formed in March of 1895, and the Old Park Mansion House became the clubhouse in August of 1922. There are currently over 600 members, made up of a combination of golfers and social members.
The course was designed by Harry Vardon and James Braid, two of the greatest players in the history of the game, winning 11 Open Championships between them. The course is set in just under 100 acres of parkland, only a few minutesí walk from Enfield Town and a short drive from the M25.
The course offers all players unlimited opportunities to complete a round with a real sense of achievement. Natural obstacles include a large lake on the 13th as well as a smaller lake on the 17th and many avenues of trees to thread your drive through. It is hard to believe that you are in an urban environment.