18 Holes of Golf For Two (£19) or Four (£38) With Bacon Roll and Coffee Each at Royston Golf Club (72% Off)
- Challenging and varied par-70, 6042-yard, 18-hole course
- Established in 1892
- Pro shop and club house
- Round of golf for two or four
- Includes bacon or sausage roll with tea or coffee
- Buggy hire available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Standard golf attire to be worn, including golf shoes. Tee times not available before 2pm on weekends. Players must fill in visitor-registration form. Course rules must be adhered to. Kitchen open Mon-Fri 11am-4pm; Sat-Sun and bank holidays 9.30am-4pm. Must pick up bacon roll before play on weekends and bank holidays. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 12 July 2012 at 2.53pm.
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History and tradition are kept alive and swinging at the 120 years-old Royston Golf Club, where the ancient game of golf is played on a testing par-70 course amid serenely beautiful countryside. The course poses challenges to the most seasoned of putters, with tree-line fairways and a testing array of ball-snatching hazards in abundance.
Fuelled by a bacon or sausage roll and warmed by a tea or coffee, two or four golfers can head out onto the 6042-yard course and pit their wits against each of the 18 hole-centric conundrums. Visitors are also welcome to browse the well-stocked pro shop and unwind in the spacious club house bar.
Choose from the following options for 18 holes of golf with a bacon roll and a tea or coffee each:
• £38 for four people (72% off)
TodaysGolfer has rated Royston Golf Club 3.5/5 stars. Reviewers have found the course challenging and a test of their talents, and commented on its great condition and excellent views.
A challenging hilly course with a couple of difficult holes for the fosrt time visitor that will test both your golfing skills & stamina.
– Mark Cooper, UK Golf Guide, Dec 2011
This golf course is really something special. It's short by todays standards but it still offers a great challenge.
– WarboysCliff, TodaysGolfer, Sept 2010