Swing Into Spring

The gloom of winter seems to have finally disappeared with the emergence of longer, brighter and warmer days arriving as we enter spring. Wildlife is back in song on the fairways, plants and trees are back in blossom, and what better way to embrace this turn in weather than a few rounds of golf on Suffolk’s award-winning course…


Playing to a par 70, our golf club in Suffolk is set in 6500 yards of beautiful coastal heathland surroundings. Designed by famous Scottish architect James Braid and opened in 1922, it winds its way through silver birch, pine trees, gorse and purple heather and is an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities. For an insight, why not take a tour of all 18 holes on our website with image galleries and expert advice from our seasoned pro, Frank Hill.

To celebrate spring and this turn in weather, we have our very own ‘Swing Into Spring’ offer for those who are looking for short golf break in Suffolk, with a night’s stay, unlimited golf and a three course meal in our Tee View Restaurant.

We hope to see you embracing the sunshine with us on our fairways very soon.

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