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The Springs Hotel & Golf Club

The Springs Hotel & Golf Club

Wallingford Road
North Stoke
Wallingford
Oxfordshire
OX10 6BE
Tel: +44 (0)1491 827310

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Flanking the River Thames, the course at The Springs is situated in 133 acres of magnificent parkland that are designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Mature trees, 3 lakes, strategic use of bunkers and wetlands make it both picturesque and challenging. Measuring 6,470 yards at its fullest length, the course was laid out by noted professional and former Ryder Cup player, Brian Huggett, MBE.

The course is a successful blend of both traditional British and American styles of architecture and includes the use of sleepers around the edges of the bunkers and lakes. On the front nine there are lots of interesting features like a double green shared by the 1st and 6th holes; the long par four 4th with out of bounds to the right; while the striking par-3 8th, is the signature hole that has the green surrounded by water and bunkers.

On the back nine the 10th is a testing and beautiful par-3, protected by water and sand, that runs adjacent to The Ridgeway Path, possibly the oldest green road in the country. The long par five 15th, is the highlight of the back nine as it runs along the pristine banks of the River Thames, where you can enjoy the sight of majestic swans and other wildlife as you play. The short par four 17th is a classic risk reward shot that offers longer hitters a chance to drive the green, protected by water and wetlands if they fail. While the 18th offers a spectacular, dogleg finish framed by mature oaks, there is a listed copse of trees that splits the fairway.

The course is kept in top condition all year round and unlike most courses challenges you to use every club in the bag. By the end of your round, you will be impressed with the beauty and layout of the course. At the same time you will wonder where the shots ebbed away and will be eager to go back out again and find ways to play the course better. When you do, you will find that like a fine wine, each round at The Springs provides you with a different experience.

To compliment your day the charming clubhouse blends harmoniously with the Tudor styling of The Springs Hotel, and welcomes golfers warmly upon completion of their round with an excellent selection of fresh local food and beverages. 

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