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The Royal Household Golf Club

The Home Park,

Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1NJ

  • Office

    +44 (0)1753 842 844
  • Pro shop

    +44 (0)1753 842 844

About the course

  • The Course:

    9 holes. Open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.

  • Surroundings:

    Woodland, open parkland and Royal residence (Windsor Castle).

  • Designer:

    Samuel Mure Fergusson

Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
2280
Par
32
SSS or slope
31

Location

Latitude:

51.482208

Longitude:

-0.599779

How to get there:

o.5 mi E of Windsor centre / 20 mi E of Reading.

The Royal Household Golf Club

Private: A course for members and their invited guests only.

Est. 1901

The private Royal Household Golf Club is laid out in the grounds of The Home Park, a private section of Windsor Great Park located directly behind Windsor Castle. The relatively short 9-hole parkland golf course measures 4,560 yards when played as eighteen-holes off alternate tees. Originally laid out in 1901 during the reign of Edward VII, the course is operated as a private facility for its members, amongst whom various members of the British Royal family can be counted.

List of courses: Surrey / Berks heathland
  • Photo of The Royal Household Golf Club
  • Photo of The Royal Household Golf Club

Visitors

Who can play and when?

The Royal Household Golf Club is a private club. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.

Green fees

Outside visitor fee not applicable; course exclusively for members and their guests.

Other information

Players generally walk this course.

Practice facilities

Limited

Did you know?

The Royal Household golf course is laid out in The Home Park, a private section of Windsor Great Park. The Home Park also contains farmland, a bowling green (Royal Household Bowling Club), a cricket pitch (Royal Household Cricket Club), tennis courts, the playing fields of St George's School, Adelaide Cottage, Frogmore House and gardens, the Royal Mausolea and the Royal Burial Ground.

Edward VII conferred the Royal prefix on the club in its founding year (1901). By royal prerogative, 19 English golf clubs use the "Royal" title, namely: Ascot, Ashdown Forest, Birkdale, Blackheath, Cinque Ports, Cromer, Eastbourne, Epping Forest, Household (Windsor Castle), Liverpool (Hoylake), Lytham & St Annes, Mid-Surrey, North Devon (Westward Ho!), Norwich, St George's, West Norfolk (Brancaster), Wimbledon, Winchester, Worlington & Newmarket.

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