Golf has been played at South Herts since 1900 and the Club is steeped in golfing history. It is a ‘North London’ club, situated just 11 miles from central London and a short walk from Totteridge and Whetstone tube station.
Two of this country’s greatest golfers were the club professional at South Herts for a period spanning some 80 years. Harry Vardon was the professional from 1902 until his death in 1937 and Dai Rees CBE became the club professional in 1946 and remained until his death in 1983.
The Club has two superb courses: the 6,429 yards Vardon Course and the 1,582 yards 9-hole Rees Course extending across nearly 150 acres of peaceful, undulating parkland. Delve deeper into the website for more information about the Club, the courses and our rich history. Find out which hole Arnold Palmer was referring to when he quipped "That's the worst par 3 I've ever played" (and it wasn't a par 3!).
Come and play South Herts, you'll be following in Arnie's and many, many other golfing giant's footsteps.
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