Golf Holidays in North Norfolk
27th April 2017
Woodland Holiday Park offers the ideal setting for a golf holiday on the north Norfolk coast. We have a wide range of accommodation from luxurious self-catering 2 and 3 bedroom lodges nestled in the idyllic North Norfolk woodland.
Each lodge is equipped with outside terraces and hot tubs so you can relax with a glass of wine or a cold beer after a round of golf at one of the near by championship courses.
Located in the heart of North Norfolk, Woodland Holiday Park is close to some wonderful championship golf courses, Royal Cromer, Sheringham and Hunstanton to name a few.
Royal Cromer Golf Club
6528 yard par 72, 18 hole championship golf course. (Website)
Situated only 9 miles down the road, Royal Cromer Golf Club is amongst the top 100 courses in England. Designed by the famous golfer and course designer “Old Tom Morris”. Morris held the record for the largest margin of victory in a major championship at the Open Championship in 1882, winning by 14 strokes.
Royal Cromer is a par 72 course set on the coast, with sandy hills, grassy valleys and a wealth of gorse and bracken. Together with the North Norfolk wind this a a challenging course whatever your handicap. The clubhouse is large and friendly and offers a wide range of food options to make your day complete.
The pro shop is always well stocked with a variety of golfing clothing, clubs and accessories, including the leading brands of Titleist, Cleveland, Callaway, Taylormade and Ping. All in all your time at Royal Cromer Golf club is sure to be a pleasurable one.
Sheringham Golf Club
6251 yard par 70, 18 hole championship golf course. (Website)
With only a 10-mile drive down the coast, Sheringham Golf club is well worth a visit. Steeped in history the links type course set on the cliffs of North Norfolk coast hosts a number of prestigious golfing events including the English Ladies Golf Championships, The English Boys Championships and the Senior Ladies Home Internationals.
Sheringham is one of the most respected golf courses in Norfolk. A par 70, of both whites and yellows and par 67 for the ladies this is a challenge whatever your handicap. The course is 6251 yards long and has some of the most stunning views in the whole of Norfolk.
Established in 1891 the clubhouse is like stepping back in time and has retained its original character and charm. Photographs of famous golfers playing on this prestigious course line the corridors as you walk in, which gives you a real sense of history.
The dining room is large and offers full English breakfasts on your arrival and lunch when you have finished and capable of accommodating up to 80 golfers this is the perfect venue for golfing societies of any size.
Hunstanton Golf Club
6741 yard par 72, 18 hole championship golf course. (Website)
This course is a little further up the coast at just over an hours drive, but well worth a visit . Established over 125 years ago Hunstanton Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in the area and is host to some of the UK’s most prestigious tournaments, including twelve British & Ladies Amateur Championships, five Brabazon Trophies and three English Amateur Championships.
It was at Hunstanton Golf Club in the 1974 Eastern Counties Championship where the unique feat occurred by Bob Taylor a county player form Leicestershire who achieved 3 holes-in-one on 3 consecutive days at the par 3 189-yard 16th hole.
See Bernard Gallacher play Hunstanton Golf Course in this fantastic video published in 2013.
The clubhouse is steeped in history from its 125 year existence and can cater from light food to four course banquets for up to 125 guests. This course is for the more experienced golfer and will certainly provide a challenge whatever your handicap.
Mundesley Golf Club
5377 yard par 68, 9 hole golf course. (Website)
This quaint 9 hole golf course is only 3 miles down the coast in the idyllic village of Mundesley and offers some stunning panoramic views of the North Norfolk countryside. The club was Established in 1901, but don’t be fooled by its 9 hole status, this is a challenging course for any handicap and has 18 separate tee boxes giving this the feel of an 18 hole course.
Complemented with a modern clubhouse, fully licensed bar and restaurant this is a great alternative so some of the championship courses in the area, and well worth a visit.
All in all Woodland Holiday Park is a fantastic venue for either a weekend golf break or a full golfing holiday with your friends or family. If you fancy a day off the golf course you can visit some of North Norfolk’s fantastic local attractions; including the North Norfolk Railway, walking and cycling in the beautiful North Norfolk countryside, or visit one of the many National Trust Parks. Whatever your mood there is always something for everyone at Woodland Holiday Park.