Bedfordshire Golf Club, having been established in 1891 as the oldest club in the county, has a very long and proud golfing tradition. Based at our previous site in Biddenham for over 100 years, we purchased freehold land in Stagsden in 1999 and developed our magnificent new golf courses and associated facilities for members, guests and visitors. These were opened in September 2000 by British golfing legend Laura Davies. As a premier Members Club, Bedfordshire Golf Club is owned by it's members and shareholders.
Bedfordshire Golf Club offers members, guests and visitors alike, a wide range of golfing facilities including: an 18 hole championship course, a Par 3 Academy course, practice areas for putting and chipping including bunkers, a 24 bay covered/floodlit driving range and a magnificent clubhouse to relax, eat and drink afterwards.
In addition to our excellent golfing facilities we are able to offer extensive function and conference arrangements for business, parties and weddings for up to 140 guests.
Our clubhouse building lends itself to be set up for several separate activities, from small meeting rooms catering for 4 - 40 people, through to our totally self contained function suite that can accommodate well over 100 people; with its own bar & fully equipped kitchen, this is the ideal place for you corporate event, conference or party.
All of our rooms have recently been refurbished to offer even better facilities for you to enjoy when you spend some time with us.
We operate a relaxed dress code throughout our Clubhouse building, all that we ask is that you wear clean & appropriate attire when using the bar & dining facility and that mobile phones are kept silent so as not to affect the enjoyment of other users.
If you would like to know more about Bedfordshire Golf Club, to visit us or become a member, or to enquire about our meeting and banqueting facilities, simply call us on 01234 822555 or click here to complete our short enquiry form.
Bedfordshire Golf Club - Bedfordshire's Premier Golfing Experience