Hawkstone Park Golf Holidays in Shropshire

Play Hawkstone & Championship golf courses

1 Night + 2 Rounds of Golf

From £114

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About the destination

Hawkstone Park enjoys a rich history with many monuments still visible if taking a tour of the iconic Follies nearby. The current hotel was originally raised an an inn to house the guests of the park and Follies which was once one of Britain's top attractions. The grounds is now listed as a Grade I historic park and still brings in many visitors to the area. Hawkstone Park golf breaks is sure to provide some stunning scenery when visiting this iconic resort.

The hotel has 72 well decorated and comfortable guest rooms with all the modern amenities you would expect. There is a restaurant on site serving freshly prepared dishes and a Terrace bar which provides a warm relaxing atmosphere to enjoy a drink after a round of golf.

The pristine landscape at Hawkstone Park Golf Club is home to two 18 hole championship golf courses in the Hawkstone course and the Championship course and a 6 hole par 3 golf course which can make for a fun practice round. Sandy Lyle was tutored here by his father Alex who was the resident professional at Hawkstone Park. Sandy won his first seniors competition here when he was only 12 years old.

Included in the golf package
  • 1 night accommodation in twin rooms
  • Dinner, bed and breakfast basis
  • 1 round of golf on Hawkstone course
  • 1 round of golf on Championship course
Prices for 2019

May to June, September & October:

  • Sunday to Friday  £124
  • Saturday  £160

July & August:

  • Sunday to Friday  £114
  • Saturday  £160

November & December:

  • Sunday to Friday  £114
  • Saturday  £150
The Golf Courses - Hawkstone Park Golf Holidays

Hawkstone golf course is a classic parkland course with mature trees flanking the fairways and breathtaking views of the Shropshire countryside. Originally a 9 hole course built to entertain the ladies of Hawkstone Hall whilst Sir William Gray was away on business. Converted into a full 18 hole course in 1920 and masterfully redesigned by James Braid in 1930. Having a military use during the second world war required the course to be restored by Alex Lyle to all its former glory, after he joined the club as the resident Professional and Head Green-keeper in 1955. An 18 hole, par 72 parkland course measuring 6,497 yards from the back tees which is sure to provide an exciting round of golf.

Championship golf course is the more recent addition to the resort having been originally designed by Alex Lyle in 1975 as a concise and compact par 66 course named the Weston. This course was redesigned by previous Ryder Cup captain Brian Huggett in 1955 as the Windmill course after the iconic remnant which is still visible from the 16th hole. Now a much more open golf course with many water hazards and undulating fairways which has subsequently been renamed the Championship course. An 18 hole, par 72 parkland course measuring 6,763 yards which is able to provide a good test of golf to players of all abilities.


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