Cambridge Meridian Golf Club straddles the Meridian Line – just one of ten courses worldwide to do so. Hence the name! Golfers cross the Meridian Line seven times during the round.
The course sits majestically in a 210 acre site between the villages of Comberton and Toft, just 5 miles west of Cambridge. It was designed by Ryder Cup players Peter Alliss and Clive Clark and is generally acclaimed as their top UK course design.
At 6,700 yards, with a par of 73, strategic water hazards and challenging greens it is a stern test for professionals. But its generous fairways make it pleasantly playable for club golfers! Reminiscent of a traditional links course it combines classic golf with modern golf design.
The three tier 5th green has been described as a wicked roller coaster. The 18th was voted best finishing hole in the region. Holes you’ll never forget. Hospitality you’ll always remember!
Cambridge Meridian is one of only 4 clubs in the county with the prestigious Golf Mark status. This tells you we meet stringent conditions to welcome juniors into golf.
Cambridge Meridian has exceptional practice facilities –a huge practice ground with eight covered bays, two practice nets, an 18-hole putting green, practice bunker and short game area.
The practice facilities are open to members, visitors, societies and green fee players. Balls cost £2 per bucket, and are purchased from the pro shop.