Golf at Barnham Broom
Barnham Broom is home to two uniquely different golf courses with extensive practise facilities and first-class tuition. Considered one of the finest golf clubs in Norfolk, the courses provide golfers of all abilities with an exciting challenge.
If you’re looking for one of the most impressive golf clubs Norfolk has to offer, Barnham Broom will not disappoint. The courses are complemented by superb practice facilities including three full length academy holes, a dedicated short game area and a five-acre open air grass range. The courses are marshalled to ensure there’s no unnecessary slow play and there’s even a refreshment buggy on hand with drinks and snacks to make your round as enjoyable as possible.
You can also book PGA Professional tuition and there’s a superbly-stocked golf shop with a great range of men’s and ladies’ golf wear, including being the largest supplier of Under Armour clothing and merchandise in the local area.
Barnham Broom is the perfect choice for a day’s golf, corporate entertaining or company golf days. As you’d expect from one of the best golf resorts, you can combine a round of golf with a superb meal in our award-winning restaurant, Sports Bar or one of our function rooms. And, for an extra special occasion, why not combine a round or two of golf with a stay in one of our stylish bedrooms. With onsite hotel, health and fitness club and luxury spa, Barnham Broom truly is one of East Anglia’s most popular destinations for golf breaks.
The Valley Course
The Valley Course with its abundant water features, blending into the delightful natural landscape was designed by Frank Pennink, one of Europe’s most prominent and respected golf course architects. The 72 par course opened in 1977 and within 7 years was staging European PGA Satellite Tour events. Now firmly established on the Norfolk Open rota, its credentials as a tournament course are firmly established.
The Hill Course
The more forgiving 71 par Hill Course, designed by renowned golf architect Donald Steele, opened in 1989 and offers wider fairways with a real links flavour. As its name suggest, golfers can enjoy fine views over the surrounding countryside while at the same time facing the challenges posed by the strong breezes and carefully placed bunkers.