Situated just 5 minutes from junction 25 of the M25, Whitewebbs Park Golf Club was founded in 1932 and is home to a course designed by five-time Open Championship winner, J.H. Taylor. The pro shop has a good selection of the latest equipment and there is a cafeteria within the clubhouse serving light snacks and refreshments.
Measuring just short of 6,000 yards, this par 68 parkland course is set in over 140 acres of North London countryside. A brook features on four of the holes and there are tricky tee-shots throughout requiring good course-management to maintain a decent score. Holes 10 and 11 stand out as two of the toughest holes on the course, both of which feature the brook.