Established in March 1909, Arkley Golf Club is a club with a great deal of history. In the late 1920s the course was redesigned by the legendary James Braid, who during the process also took some advice from Harry Vardon who was based down the road at South Herts Golf Club. In 1975 the club received some sad news when British racing driver Graham Hill crashed, and by the 2nd green a commemorative plaque can be found in memory of all those killed. The clubhouse, which was rebuilt in the early 80s due to a fire, is very friendly and a great place for golfers to eat before or after their round.
Although Arkley Golf Club is not long by modern standards, this tight, tree lined course with its fast greens will test even the most seasoned of golfers.
18 holes | Par 69 | 6046 Yards | --
Saving applies: 27 Mar 2017
Arkley Golf Club is located 4 miles west of Barnet with easy access from both the M1 and M25.