The course lives up to the beauty of its historic clubhouse, combining lovely views of the surrounding countryside. It is exactly what you would expect from one of the best golf clubs in Essex and ideal for golf societies and corporate golf days. This is especially so in spring and autumn, with lively turf, superb greens and brand new bunkers.
This Essex golf club has a mature course, which is spread out over the rolling greensward that runs gently down to the River Ingrebourne. It combines wide fairways with holes requiring finesse and judgement. Water comes into play, either directly or psychologically, on the holes through which the Ingrebourne winds its pretty way.
It was originally laid out in 1928 by the great Harry (H. A.) Colt who is often described as the founder of golf course architecture in Britain. As well as the course at Upminster and other golf clubs in Essex, he also worked on many others. Royal Lytham & St Annes, Royal Portrush, Muirfield, Royal Worlington, Sunningdale and Royal Belfast are just some of the famous golf courses with which he was involved.
So, if you would like to become a member of the club, bring your golf societies here or hold a corporate golf day at a premier Essex golf club, just contact the Secretary for details.