The county's most popular feature is the city of Oxford. Oxford is one of the most attractive places for tourists in the UK. Furthermore, it also is home to the third oldest university in the world. Its popularity was recently catapulted to the limelight thanks to the huge success of the Harry Potter films which had one of its locations here.
Out of Oxfordshire's top 5 courses, 1 of them is in the UK top 100 golf courses. The top 5 golf courses are Huntercombe, Frilford Heath's Red course, Frilford Heath's Green course, Oxfordshire Golf course and Tadmarton Heath.
Oxfordshire is a good place for a memorable weekend golfing getaway.
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Set in 134 acres of land with spectacular views, Bicester Golf Club (formerly Chesterton Golf Club) has a testing 6255 yard, par 71, 18 hole course. It boasts 11 lakes, strategically placed bunkers and undulating greens which prove a challenge to every player.View Oxfordshire Frilford Heath Golf Club
Frilford Heath Golf Club is located to the South of Oxford on 500 acres of glorious undulating Heathland and is one of the best venues in the south of England; rarely can a golf club offer three championship golf courses (Red, Green and Blue) that allow the opportunity to revel in their classicalView Oxfordshire Huntercombe Golf Club
Huntercombe is one of the finest inland courses in England, Huntercombe was the only course owned by Willie Park Jnr and unencumbered by the demands of others, he packed the course with unique design features that provide a memorable test of golfView Oxfordshire The Oxfordshire Golf Club
World renowned course architect Rees Jones designed The Oxfordshire's Championship golf course, which was his first in the U.K. He gave the course 135 bunkers and 4 unmissable lakes. With strategically-contoured holes that blend effortlessly into the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside.View Oxfordshire