The nine hole golf course at Bradfield College Golf Club was opened in 1998 by former Ryder Cup Captain Bernard Gallacher & designed by renowned architect Donald Steel whose list of major championship courses including many Open venues.
In the short history of Bradfield Golf, the course has seen many a European tour winner grace these pleasant pastures from Sam Torrance, Ronan Rafferty, Barry Lane & most recently Paul McGinley. The peaceful and charming setting is enhanced by mature trees, a meandering stream and many lovely views. The six pars 4s and three pars 3s (par 66 and 5,040 yards for 18 holes) are set up to be accessible for beginners and improvers, but each hole poses quite different challenges to help players develop their game or test their skills.
Members enjoy playing on our superb 9-hole course in its beautiful Pang Valley setting and they organise a variety of events including regular competitions, matches against local clubs and social occasions.