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Oasis barn - Suffolk golf week


Halesworth Golf course

6 Miles

  • 18 Hole Blyth Championship Course

    •  Set in 190 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside

    • 6523 yard par 72 course significantly redesigned in recent times is a challenge to any golfer

  • 9 Hole Valley Academy Course

    • 2280 yards and a mix of par 3's and 4's, it's a shorter more forgiving par 33

  • Driving Range

  • Putting Green

  • Bar and Restaurant

Bungay and Waveney Valley Golf Club

6 Miles

  • 18 holes since 1901

  • Belongs to the Association of James Braid Courses

  • Positioned alongside the river Waveney with views over neighbouring farm and heathland.

  • One of the friendliest clubs in the region

  • Attractive clubhouse and conservatory makes it the ideal place to relax and enjoy a meal.

Southwold Golf Club

14 Miles

  • Challenging 9 hole heathland layout

  • One of the oldest Suffolk golf clubs

  • Clubhouse with its excellent bar and catering facilities

Rookery Park Golf Club

18 Miles

  • Challenging tree lined 18 holes including two ponds on the signature 8th hole

  • 6714 yards, par 72 for men and 5939 yards, par 74 for ladies

  • Superb 9 Hole par 3 course, with holes ranging from 75 to 150 yards

Thorpeness Golf Course

21 Miles

  • Throughout the club’s history the 6,421 yard par 70 James Braid course has attracted major amateur and professional events.

  • Thorpeness Golf Club has been described by the Sunday Telegraph Golfing Guide as "Reminiscent of the inland glories of Sunningdale and Woodhall Spa".

  • Regarded as one of the best golf courses in Suffolk, Thorpeness belongs to a unique group of worldwide golf courses identified by a single special landmark. Turnberry and Harbour Town Links have their lighthouses and St Andrews has its Swilken Bridge – Thorpeness has the ‘House in the Clouds,’ a curious and dramatic spectator which watches over our fairways.

  • In 2012, Thorpeness was voted winner of ‘The Overall Achievement Award’ in the STRI Golf Environment Awards, making it the “greenest golf club in Britain.” 

Aldeburgh Golf Club

22 Miles

  • Established in 1884, Aldeburgh Golf Club has two courses, the 18 hole Championship Course and the River Course, a delightful 9 holes more suitable for beginners and high handicap golfers.

  • The Championship Course, ranked 31st in England by Golf World, is built on maritime heathland and is characterised by gorse-lined fairways and far reaching views of the River Alde and the North Sea.

  • Visitors are welcome to play the Championship Course on weekdays and weekends throughout the year, subject to sight of a handicap certificate and availability of tee times.

  • The club's 9 hole River Course is open to all players regardless of handicap.

Stay Monday to Friday for price of 3 nights

  • In Officially rated 4 star / gold accommodation

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