Golf has been played at South Herts for well over a century and the Club has had long associations with both six times Open winner Harry Vardon and winning Ryder Cup captain Dai Rees, two of the country's greatest professionals.
Situated just 11 miles from central London, and a short walk from Totteridge and Whetstone tube station, the courses extend across nearly 150 acres of peaceful, undulating parkland free of the noise that blights so many golf courses these days.
The 6429 yard 18 hole Vardon course, 1582 yard 9 hole Rees course, practice ground with covered bays and a short game practice and warm up area ensure that every type of golfer is catered for, from those just taking up the game to the most competitive and ambitious of low handicappers.
Off the course the well appointed clubhouse, attentive staff and outstanding catering combine to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for individual visitors, societies and corporate visitors and, of course, for our members.
Click on the "Courses" tab to find out more about playing golf at South Herts, or the "History" tab for more information about the rich history of the Club.
Better still, come and enjoy the course and view the extensive collection of memorabilia on display in the clubhouse.