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Luton has numerous golf courses throughout the local area and the sport is a wonderful way to enjoy a physical lifestyle, at a less strenuous pace than many mainstream sports. There are nine and 18-hole courses available for booking online through Playfinder. The choice of the two means you can fit a round of golf in around a hectic schedule and even squeeze one in after work if the weather isn’t playing up. Golf is the perfect way to get outside and catch up with friends against a competitive backdrop. It’s also a great way to conduct business meetings if your boss is OK with it, perhaps check before getting out onto the course! There are also driving ranges and putting greens available for those players looking to work on a particular area of their game. It will be worth reaching out to the venue to check if they offer a club hiring service or whether you can borrow a buggy for the day. Many of the golf clubs will host golf tournaments for those looking to test themselves against other players in the area. The club house is also a great way to meet new people and catch up with friends if you’re new to Luton through family or work.
Stockwood Park Golf Centre is an 18-hole course near London Road and its one of the top ones to play at in the local area. It’s 18 holes, but players are able to play just the nine if pushed for time over the weekend or looking to have a hit during the summer after work. The club house is a great place for a drink after a round or just to catch-up with friends to discuss how your handicap is improving, or perhaps worsening. Tournaments are often held here for players keen to play in a more competitive environment. Please call ahead to reception if you need to hire clubs, balls or buggies otherwise you may be caught short.
Do you rate yourself as a golfer or simply love the sport? You’d be crazy not to get yourself down to Caddington Golf Club as it’s one of the greatest in the Luton local community. The course is found on Chaul End Road in Caddington and is an 18-hole adventure. If you’re not so keen to play the full total, then nine holes are possible. Golf is an ideal way to spend a day outside and enjoy some physical activity with friends, family or work colleagues. If you’re in need of some clubs, it’ll be worth dropping the club a line to see if they offer a hiring surface. Caddington’s club house is perfect for a drink or food after a round of golf.
Luton Hoo Hotel Golf and Spa is a truly awesome place to play golf in the area. It’s a 18-hole course and it’s also possible to book in nine holes if time is of the essence. The greens and fairways are looked after immaculately by the onsite team to ensure no game is ruined by divots or poor grass. If you need to hire clubs for your round, then please call ahead to check if they have the service and the right ones for you. A smart clubhouse offers the perfect location for a drink following a round to dissect you and your mates’ performance. There are tournaments held here for those confident and can handle the pressure on the bigger stage.