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The Course

The course lies in the heart of picturesque Berkshire countryside with beautiful views, rolling hills and valleys which have been skilfully incorporated into the course design. Hennerton Golf Club was established over 30 years ago and is proud of its history.


Club History

The initial 9 holes were meticulously crafted by Colonel Dion Beard, who also played a role in designing Sandford Springs. Colonel Beard served as the Honorary Chairman of the Club until his retirement in 1999.

In 2006, following four years of meticulous planning and development, the Club underwent a transformation.  It expanded to an 18-hole course, capitalising on the area’s Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The new section of the course, thoughtfully designed by Gaunt & Marnoch golf Architects, prioritised ecological preservation.  These additional holes (holes 2 to 10) were meticulously constructed to the highest standards.  To maintain optimal playing conditions, the course is equipped with a computer-controlled automatic watering system, ensuring playability throughout the year.

Our signature hole

Hennerton’s signature hole remains the 16th, a challenging Par 3 spanning 183 yards and crossing a sharp valley.  From the green golfers are treated to spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, stretching over the Berkshire Downs from Reading towards Henley.  Throughout the course players encounter intriguing and challenging holes including the beautifully contoured greens and terraced tees of holes 5 and 7, nestled within a particularly tranquil spot on the course.

Hennerton presents a challenge to golfers of all standards.  Despite the relative shortness of the course, which truly tests your short game on the front 9 Par 3s, it demands strategic thinking, accuracy, and promises an enjoyable unforgettable experience.