Accomodation for recommended golf courses in Cambridgeshire

For many keen golfers looking for a staycation, a quality course is a must to fit in a game whilst away. Golf has been the stand out sport for 2020, as one of the first activities to resume after lockdown due to the freedom and ability to distance it offers. If you are looking into golf courses in Cambridgeshire, there is so much to be explored in the local area and Pringle Farm provides the accommodation of choice to take your trip to the next level.

The Yard @ Pringle Farm is a range of luxury self-catering accommodation in rural Cambridgeshire, offering an idyllic base for your trip with fully equipped facilities to dine on your terms. Since reopening to guests on the 4th July, we have already hosted guests who have booked with us and tied in a relaxing trip to one of the many local golf courses. Find availability for any of our luxury barns on your preferred dates here.

To show the vast array of choice on offer for your golf break, we have summarised some of the most highly rated and nearby locations here:

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Brampton Park Golf Club

5.7 miles from Pringle Farm

Located to the South West of nearby Huntingdon, Brampton Park Golf Club has been open since 1991 offering an 18 hole golf course, driving range, coaching studios, short-game area, fully stocked golf shop and bar. Set in 130 acres of established woodland and parkland with rivers and lakes, it is a course lined with mature trees, open vistas and beautiful scenery. The River Great Ouse also plays a natural boundary to some parts of the course, adding to the interest of the course.

St. Ives Golf Club

9.8 miles from Pringle Farm

St Ives Golf Club has history dating back to 1923, with a 230-acre site purchased off the Needingworth Road in 2007. Three years later the land was transformed by renowned golf course architect Cameron Sinclair into a Championship Links-style Golf Course. Boasting stunning scenery, there are also various facilities available such as a short game area, a floodlit Driving Range with thoughtfully placed targets and a Titleist National Fitting Centre.

Gog Magog

31 miles from Pringle Farm

Located in South Cambridge, this course is known as the county’s oldest golfing location in the legendary Gog Magog Hills. Although Cambridgeshire is often known for being a relatively flat area, the hills in this area make for an interesting and challenging game. Each year the Lagonda Trophy is contested on the old course and this event attracts some of the world’s best amateurs, with Lee Westwood being a previous contestant. Practice facilities are also available including a grass range, large putting green and a sizable chipping area. As this course is near the centre of Cambridge, this is a great opportunity to make a day of your trip with what the city has to offer, before returning to Pringle Farm to put your feet up after a tiring day.


Cambridgeshire Golf Club

18 miles from Pringle Farm

Just 7 miles North West from Cambridge city centre, Cambridgeshire Golf Club is one of the longest in the county at 6,818 yards. With ponds, ditches and lakes, this idyllic parkland course is designed as two loops of nine. This tree lined course is well maintained and highly regarded for the well considered layout.



Lakeside Lodge Golf Club

12.7 miles from Pringle Farm

In the charming village of Pidley to the North East of Huntingdon is this golf club with a fantastic range of activities on offer. With 8 lakes and more than 15,000 trees, their is is picturesque scenery to be enjoyed on your 18 holes. Their Par 3 pitch and putt course also provides the perfect place for beginners to step into the sport, in addition to the range. Golf is just the beginning at this versatile location, with bowling, fishing, a gym and restaurant on offer.