Course Closed. Next Inspection 6.30am Monday 4th March. . Updated: 2nd Mar 2024
Bush Hill Park Golf Club was founded in March 1895. In 1922, a locally listed building, Old Park Mansion House, became the Clubhouse. The golf course was designed in 1895 by Harry Vardon with a redesign by James Braid in 1925 - two of the greatest players in the history of the game. The course is set in just under 100 acres of parkland, only a few minutes walk from Enfield Town and a short drive from the M25.
Made up of a combination of golfers and social members, there are over 1000 members at Bush Hill Park.
We are proud to uphold the traditions of a Private Members’ Club whilst welcoming members’ guests and visiting golfers to enjoy our facilities.
Whether you want to play golf, host an event, or enjoy our vibrant calendar of events as a social member, you can expect a warm welcome.
The Clubhouse provides a comfortable and impressive venue for all occasions, function rooms of various sizes, three bars, a restaurant, and spacious changing rooms and facilities. There is a large patio at the front of the building and a veranda at the rear overlooking the first tee.
Bush Hill Park Golf Club believes that it is the responsibility of everybody involved in our club to ensure it remains a safe place, free from discrimination, fear and where possible, risk.
Our recent accolades include
Golf Club of the Year at the England Golf Awards in 2021;
Top 5 in the County by The Top 100 Golf Courses of the World; and winners of the
Golf Club of the Year award at the Club Mirror Awards in
2019, 2022 and
Isabel Hospice is this year's chosen charity for fundraising throughout the 2023/24 Captaincy.
Isabel Hospice provide support and care to people in East Hertfordshire affected by both life-limiting illnesses and long term conditions through their Hospice at Home, In-Patient Unit, Community Team, Living Well with Isabel programme, and their Family and Bereavement support service.
All services offered by Isabel Hospice are free of charge tothose who need them, but are not without cost; £7 million must be raised every year to guarantee the future of their care.