Royal Blackheath Golf Club

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18 holes
Instituted in 1608 Royal Blackheath Golf Club is a friendly private members club with a proud history stretching back over 400 years. Situated in a tranquil corner of South Ea…
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Total score

  • course maintenance7.0
  • facilities7.0
  • clubhouse9.0
  • Value for money7.5
  • hospitality8.0
  • surroundings7.5

Latest review

Played on: 5 March 2021
Handicap while playing: 17.0

Not quite sure if I think this is a terrific club with a rich history just a few miles from central London or a slightly tired-looking place living on its past reputation with a lot to improve in the modern era. Perhaps there's bit of truth in both views. The course is nice enough and the clubhouse is a real architectural gem. Green fees are quite pricey, though, and I ju…

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Courses at Royal Blackheath Golf Club

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Royal Blackheath Golf Club

18 holes

Our classic, natural 18 hole parkland course boasts excellent fairways, subtle and true greens together with strategic bunkering that enhances the original James Braid design. It is a true challenge for the experienced and social golfer alike and our magnificent 17th century Clubhouse - with stunning views across the course - is the perfect place to relax after a game. Designed by Tom Dunn in 1892, added to by the great James Braid in the late 1920s and updated by Ken Moodie from 2014, the classic and natural parkland course at Royal Blackheath presents a strategic challenge to golfers of all abilities. The course is a challenging par 71, with particularly strong opening and closing holes, best illustrated by a testing but just slope rating of 128 when played from the back tees. Excellent fairways, true and fast greens together with well positioned bunkers guarantee an enjoyable test for golfers of all abilities.


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