The Berkhamsted Golf Club, home to one of England’s most beloved classic courses, is reopening to visitors as pandemic restrictions in the UK continue to ease.
On July 12, visitors will have their first chance to play the Berkhamsted Golf Club in 2021, when the club reopens for green festivals and associations.
Berkhamsted, which is ranked among the top 100 golf courses in England, is now starting to play from what used to be the tende tea. The club turned around nine times during the closing of last year – the first major course change in Berkhamsted in almost 100 years. Each round is now guaranteed an exciting finish, with a challenging series of three holes starting on the 16th and ending on the 18th green right in front of the clubhouse.
“The feedback from our members has been incredibly positive about the new track route,” said club manager Howard Craft. “We can not wait to hear what visitors old and new think about it. Many golfers have been coming here for years to enjoy Berkhamsted, and we look forward to welcoming many old friends – as well as a multitude of new faces! “
In 2021, so far only club members and their guests could play the new track, but from next week, visitors can take Berkhamsted’s famous classic pagan test of only £ 60 per round on a Monday or a Tuesday. Green Festival rises from Wednesday to Friday to £ 75 and is £ 85 on weekends when visitors are allowed after 11:30. Junior golfers pay a £ 25 green fee throughout the week, with discounts available to Hertfordshire County Card holders and guests.
The club now also accepts fellowship bookings for 2022, with only a few dates available for large groups in 2021.