Kedleston Park is a beautiful, mature parkland course set in peaceful countryside within the grounds of the magnificent Kedleston Hall, a grand 18th century stately home just a few miles northwest of Derby city centre.
A host venue for Regional Qualifying for The Open from 2018, Kedleston Park is regarded as the number one course in Derbyshire by the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses of the world’.
Set in 155 acres of mature Derbyshire parkland, Kedleston Park was constructed in the late 1940s by renowned course architects Colt, Alison and Morrison to a design originally penned by the legendary five-time Open champion, James Braid.
Playing up to 7008 yards, from the Championship tees, the par 72 course offers an excellent test of golf for players of all abilities within the stunning surroundings of Kedleston Hall.
The course benefits from USGA specified greens and a recent improvement programme to the bunkers, mounds and greenside complexes under the expert guidance of world-renowned golf course architects, Mackenize and Ebert in preparation for hosting qualifying for The Open Championship from 2018.