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Cambridge and its surrounding areas offer several golf locations catering to players of varying skill levels. Here's a quick overview of visiting golf locations in Cambridge. Before planning a visit, it's advisable to check with the respective golf courses for availability, any ongoing events, and information on facilities. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or a beginner, Cambridge offers a range of golfing options amidst picturesque landscapes for an enjoyable day on the course.

Bourn Golf and Leisure 

Bourn Golf and Leisure is a modern facility offering an 18-hole course and excellent practice facilities.

The course is known for its well-designed layout and well-maintained greens, making it a popular choice for golf enthusiasts.

Girton Golf Club

Girton Golf Club provides an 18-hole parkland course with a welcoming atmosphere.

It’s a club that caters to golfers of all abilities, and its proximity to Cambridge makes it a convenient choice for locals and visitors alike.

Gog Magog Golf Club

Gog Magog is a well-regarded golf club featuring two 18-hole courses: the Wandlebury Course and the Old Course.

The courses are known for their challenging layouts, beautiful landscapes, and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Kingsway Cambridge Lakes Golf Course

This facility offers a more casual and accessible golfing experience with a 9-hole, par 3 course.

Ideal for beginners and those looking for a quicker round, it also features a driving range and a putting green for practice.

 

St Ives Golf Club

Situated northwest of Cambridge, St Ives Golf Club boasts an 18-hole course with well-maintained fairways and challenging holes.

The course offers a mix of tree-lined fairways and open spaces, creating a diverse and enjoyable playing experience.

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