Woburn Golf Club,
Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes,
1. What is Woburn Golf Club's Dress Code?
Please see Club Etiquette and Dress Code
2. What are the Handicap Indexes for each of the courses?
3. Do you have buggies and electric trolleys available for hire?
As of 1st October buggy hire is restricted to Blue Disabled Badge Holders only, subject to prior arrangement.
During the summer months from 1st May (subject to weather conditions) usually through until 1st November, we operate a fleet of two seater buggies which are available for hire. We would suggest that these are reserved at the point of booking or prior to your visit.
A fleet of manual and a limitied number of Motocaddy electric trolleys are available for hire through the Professional Shop. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE PROFESSIONAL SHOP: Telephone: 01908 626600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. At weekends and Bank Holidays is it possible for non-members to play golf at Woburn?
All three courses are reserved for the exclusive use of members and their guests at weekends and Bank Holidays.
5. Is it possible to get breakfast and if so what time is it available from?
A full breakfast facility is available in the Bloomsbury Room for members and visiting guests. This is on a daily basis from 7.00am until 11.30am.
6. Are dogs permitted on the golf courses?
Dogs are welcome at Woburn provided they are kept under control and on a lead at all times. They are not permitted within the clubhouse and their owners are requested to clean up after them.
7. What menu's are available during the day?
Please click here to view our menus
8. How many Professional Tournaments have been staged at Woburn?
Since the Duke's Course opened in 1976 a total of 60 Professional Tournaments have been staged at Woburn Golf Club using the Duke's, Duchess' and Marquess courses. Ten former winners are members of The World Golf Hall of Fame, Seve Ballesteros, Dame Laura Davies, Sir Nick Faldo, Sandy Lyle, Colin Montgomerie, Greg Norman, Patty Sheehan, Lee Trevino, Karrie Webb and Ian Woosnam. There are also four major winners with Ariya Jutanugarn, Justin Rose, Hinako Shibuno and Henrik Stenson.