Bush Hill Park Golf Club is situated in north London, close to Enfield, Middlesex within easy access of junctions 24 and 25 of the M25. The course is located in a mature parkland setting with an abundance of trees bordering the fairways. The Club was formed in 1895 and moved to its present site 100 years ago. The 18 holes were designed by Harry Vardon, the only man to have won the Open six times.
The Course has some challenging holes including six par 3s five of which are in excess of 170 yards. Most of the holes are set in level or gently sloping locations. The exception is the descent to play the 17th and the climb up the 18th fairway. The par 70 course is 5776 yards long playing from the white tees and measures 5110 yards from the ladies’ tees. The 12th hole, played from the ladie’s tee is just over 500 yards, making it, for the ladies, one of the longest par 5 holes in Middlesex.
Although Bush Hill Park is a private members’ golf club, visitors are welcomed to come and play the course for a green-fee, and stay after their round to enjoy the bar and restaurant facilities.