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Brampton Park Golf Club

18 Hole Golf Course, Floodlit 300 yard long driving range with 10 Bays and additional outside turfed practice and chipping area. Pro Shop
Brampton Park Golf Club is a traditional 18 hole parkland course measuring 6310 yds off the white tees. With graceful mature trees and a host of attractive water features, Brampton Park’s picturesque golf course is renowned for its unspoilt natural landscape. Bounded on one side by the River Great Ouse, the course has options for all skill levels but will be especially appreciated by players who can think their way around the strategically placed hazards and fiendish doglegs. On a memorable course, the 4th hole stands out above the rest, having been voted the hardest par 3 in England, and the third hardest par 3 in the UK. From the tee you face a green sheltered by trees that’s almost completely surrounded by water, a daunting challenge for even the most confident of golfers. How will you play the hardest par 3 in England? Whatever your ability it will surely leave you wanting to come back and play it time and time again. 

Here at Brampton Park we are also blessed with a wide variety of natural wildlife such as badgers, muntjac deer, swans, herons and many more animals that have made their home here: one of the largest badger colonies in East Anglia borders the 16th fairway, lending the hole its name - ‘Badger Alley.’

Today’s Golfer said, 'Brampton Park Golf Club, is a superb, mature course in unspoiled natural landscape... requiring every club in the bag, with one of the most memorable short holes (the par 3, 4th) you're ever likely to play...' 

Brampton Park has also been voted one of the best golf clubs in Cambridgeshire by, stating that ‘woods and lakes abound at Brampton Park Golf Club, where fairways wind around an undulating parkland landscape.' 

Brampton Park has a full programme of competitions for both Men and Ladies as well as an extensive programme of matches against other clubs in the region. We have probably the best and largest Senior Men's Section in the area and a well-integrated and popular Juniors' Section. From complete novices right down to players off scratch, our resident PGA Professionals are on hand to guide you through the joys of this great game. 

We remain open to the community as a registered Community Amateur Sports Club ('CASC') - including the availability of an 'Accessibility' membership package allowing play on three days a week plus either of Saturday or Sunday. This membership is offered at the threshold cost required by the CASC regulations and there is a process to determine that an applicant cannot afford the full cost of membership. Currently prospective members in receipt of Housing Benefit, Council Tax Support, Income Support/Job Seekers' Allowance/Employment Support Allowance, registered disabled/special needs, or in full-time education irrespective of age, will qualify. 

Societies, green fee guests and new members will not only enjoy the course, but will find a very warm welcome from our bar and catering staff, providing generous hospitality in a friendly and comfortable environment. 

Throughout the year there is a wide programme of social events open to members and non members which enhances the all round enjoyable club experience. 

As part of the SmartGolfer Network, members of Brampton Park Golf Club can play at 31 other clubs around the country free of charge, perfect for those golfers looking to experience other courses around the country. You can find out which clubs are involved in the SmartGolfer Network at Additionally members can also join the Golf Club Network and play for free at over 30 more courses listed at after first obtaining a Network Member’s Identity Card from the Office Manager at Brampton Park; you’ll need to bring along a passport size photo and pay the annual fee of £10. 

  • 10 Floodlit covered bays and additional outside turfed practise and chipping area. 
  • Floodlit 300 yard long driving range