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History of the Golf Course

The Puckrup Hall Golf Course may not have as long and rich history as many other Britain’s favourite golf courses but it’s doesn’t provide any less pleasure than some of the country’s oldest golf courses. In a very short period of time, it has established itself as one of the most pre-eminent golf courses not only in the County of Gloucestershire but entire England, regularly making to the lists of the golfers’ favourites in this part of the UK. Likewise, the brilliant design and layout have made the golf course a preferred venue of a number of regional country competitions and host to the West Region PGA Championship.

The Puckrup Hall Golf Course Opens to Golfers

Designed by the Golf Design Partnership, the Puckrup Hall Golf Course opened to golfers in 1992 and immediately won both beginner and advanced golfers alike with its scenery and above all, its design. Each of the total 18 holes has been designed with a lot of care in order to make sure the each of the holes offers absolute pleasure yet challenges golfers to do their best.

Opening of the Golf Course Followed by Opening of the Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel

One year after the golf course has officially opened, Hilton opened a 112 room hotel just “next door” to the golf course, providing both visitors and members alike with luxury accommodation, fine dinning and plenty of opportunities for both recreation and relaxation when not on the course.

Club House, Pro Shop, Golf Academy, Rentals and More

Visitors and members of the Puckrup Hall Golf Club can take advantage of many on-site facilities and services, which among other things, also include a clubhouse offering drinks and meals/snacks, and Pro Shop offering a variety of golf products from clubs to balls and clothing, to mention only a few. Then there is also the Golf Academy with its practice facilities to improve the swing, buggy hire, trolley hire, and more.