Coming to London for a golfing break? There are many different ways to enjoy golf within the capital. London has a rich history of golfing tradition, and there are great courses, clubs and shops to explore. See the top 3 places to visit on your London golfing break.
This exclusive shop is the oldest golf shop in London. Located near to the Oxford Circus tube station, this shop is a must visit for anyone wanting to look great and have the best equipment on the course. It also caters for anyone who wants to sport the latest golf fashion whist on the course. The central location is great for combining sightseeing and general shopping with a visit to the store. The average handicap of the staff is 5, so you can be sure to get valuable and knowledgeable advise on any golfing related queries.
Croydon Golf Driving Range
Need to warm up your swing before tackling a course? There are several driving ranges in London to take advantage of. The methodical striking of golf balls is sure to relax you after a long journey and warm up the arms and shoulders ready to take on something more complex. Practise different shots and techniques in order to perfect your stroke and become a master of the game
For international travellers coming to London to play golf, could there be a more perfectly located course than Heathrow Airlinks Golf Course? 5 minutes from Junction 3 off the M4, and set in stunning parkland, this challenging course contains water features and dog legs to test even the most seasoned golfer. The course is open to everyone and is the perfect place to try out your new golfing gear, and that perfected swing. The course is so close to the airport, it is possible to play in the morning and catch a flight at lunch, or use the peaceful setting to relax after a flight on the way to your hotel. The location makes it the perfect place to squeeze as much playing time as possible from your trip.