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About Frilford Heath (Red Course)

 

Frilford Heath is Oxfordshire's finest golf club, and one of the best in the south of England. Along with Woburn and Wentworth, it is one of very few clubs with three championship standard golf courses - 54 holes of top quality golf!
Situated on 600 acres of glorious undulating heathland, just south of Oxford city, Frilford Heath is built on a sandy subsoil this  combined with the latest equipment and modern maintenance schedules enables the Club to present the courses to the finest playing standards all year round.
Frilford's Red course was designed by five-times Open champion JH Taylor, whose other courses include Royal Birkdale and Royal Mid-Surrey. We continue to attract major amateur events organised by the Royal and Ancient, English Golf Union and British and English Ladies Golf Association with most recently the England v France match in 2008, our centenary year.

Frilford Heath is Oxfordshire's finest golf club, and one of the best in the south of England. Along with Woburn and Wentworth, it is one of very few clubs with three championship standard golf courses - 54 holes of top quality golf!

Frilford's oldest and most prestigious course, the Red was laid out in 1908 by JH Taylor, the five times Open Champion. Taylor may be less well known as a course designer than his fellow member of the Great Triumvirate, James Braid, but his track record is impressive. He was among the first course designers to build substantial artifical features on a course, at Royal Mid-Surrey, and along with his design partner Fred Hawtree, he played an important role in the creation of Royal Birkdale, often voted Britain's top course. The Red was later tweaked by long-time club professional JH Turner, but in essence, it remains Taylor's course, one of only a small number still remaining designed by one of golf's legendary figures.

The Red was described by Bernard Darwin as 'both good and difficult', and it still lives up to this description. An authentic championship challenge at 6,843 yards, it offers a traditional heathland golfing experience with pushed-up greens that run fast and true and fairways that demand accurate driving if golfers are to score well.

The stretch between holes five and nine is especially strong, with four hefty two shot holes and a par three that many will vote the most memorable on the course. The tee shot must carry a pond, and the elevated green is further protected by out of bounds to the rear. Six consecutive par fours to close the round are a testing finishing stretch matched by very few courses.

 


 

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Location & Map

Frilford Heath Golf Club Limited, Abingdon, Oxon, OX13 5NW  Tel: 01865 390864.

BY CAR: 
Frilford Heath Golf Club is situated near the 'Dreaming Spires' of Oxford and the Cotswolds, the club is easily accessible, being in close proximity to the M40, M4 and A34.

From the South/London take the M40 and exit at junction 8. Take the south A40 ringroad around Oxford heading for the A34 and Newbury. Take the A34 and exit at the Marcham Road Interchange at Abingdon, onto the A415 heading for Witney. Carry on through the village of Marcham and at the traffic lights take the right turn onto the A338 heading towards Oxford. The club is approx ½ mile down on the left.

From the North take exit 9 onto the A34, stay on the A34 past Oxford until you reach the Marcham Road Interchange at Abingdon and then follow above directions.


BY AIR: 
We are equidistant from London and Birmingham airports, both being about an hour's car journey away.


BY RAIL: 
Nearest Railway stations are either Didcot or Oxford after which it is then a 20 minute taxi ride. If arriving from London, Didcot might be your preferred option with a more frequent service. 

 

 

 

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