Stowe Golf Club

The New Golf Course

Situated between Buckingham and Brackley, Stowe Golf Course, with its rolling landscapes and numerous historic features, provides a stunning setting for a round of golf and a challenge for players of all abilities. The superb new 9-hole course was opened in May 2020 and measures just over 6,400 yards when played from the medal tees over 18 holes. On a course offering great variety, the 3rd hole (Par 4, 380 yards), with a dog-leg over water towards the ancient ‘Fary’s Oak’ provides undoubtedly the signature challenge. Lying on parkland immediately adjacent to the world-famous landscape gardens of Stowe,  views abound towards some of the notable monuments and follies, including Lord Cobham and Gibbs’s Bourbon Tower (c.1740) and Bridgeman’s 1720s Bycell Riding which lies to the south of the site, adjacent to Gibbs’s Stowe Castle (c.1740). 

The new Stowe Golf Course opened on the 18 May 2020. Due to Covid – 19 restriction, the Club is only allowing access to its members. If you would like to become a member please submit an application form to our Events Team. The situation will be reviewed regularly. 

Download our application form if you would like to become a member of the Golf Club.

Please click here to view our Covid-19 Course Guidelines.

To pay Green Fees, please click here.

Telephone 01280 818280 or email us for more information.

History of Golf at Stowe

“Stowe is synonymous with the game of golf and it is remarkable to think that golf has been played within the grounds of Stowe since the 1920s and formed such an important part of the Stowe experience. Stoics have been able to play and develop their golfing skills during their time at Stowe and gain much pleasure and enjoyment in the process. Indeed, the great ‘Laddie’ Lucas and John Langley both honed their talents at Stowe before progressing to represent Great Britain and Ireland in the Walker Cup.”
Anthony Wallersteiner, Headmaster

Stowe Golf Club welfare officer

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