Named after the club’s first professional and former Ryder Cup captain, the Bernard Hunt golf course is home to the PGA Senior Professional Championship and is a regular feature in England's top 100 rankings.
This beautiful tree-lined Championship golf course is slightly longer than the Longcross and is designed to be more forgiving off the tee. It offers real variety with a more open feel, but although it is a very different test, it is no less challenging or enjoyable. Despite its length, the course still embraces the natural beauty of raised tees and meandering fairways through picturesque parkland.
The par 4 6th hole, playing 431 yards, offers one of the finest views on the Bernard Hunt golf course. From its elevated tee, the fairway descends into a narrowing cauldron before rising up over a series of well-positioned bunkers into a green surrounded by pine trees.
The 445 yard par 4 10th hole plays downhill before sweeping uphill to a pin protected by two green-side bunkers. Be sure to look out for fantastic views of the London skyline from the tee.
The 525 yard par 5 12th hole is one for the big hitters, although accuracy is key with a left to right sloping fairway claiming errand drives. A second shot should reach the landing zone beyond some troublesome fairway bunkers, leaving a short approach into the manicured green.