Last Updated: Tue 18 Dec
Course open on 18 main greens, buggies allowed on front 9 only.
18-hole course at Mill Green was designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark and opened in January 1994. Since then it has matured into a beautiful and varied golf course, which starts gently but toughens and tightens after the turn.
Noted for its grand water features and challenging, wooded back nine, plus a 9-hole par 3 course, Mill Green provides one of the best all round golfing experiences in Hertfordshire.
Among our golf facilities are a 40-bay driving range, putting green and a driving net by the 1st tee to get your swing purring before teeing off. Our driving range is one of only a few in the country with grass tees, giving that genuine course feel that can’t be replicated off a mat. We have eight buggies available to hire, with discounted rates for members, and there are changing rooms, showers and lockers in the clubhouse.
The 16th is our signature hole, a beautiful par 5 carved into ancient woodland. Right from the start it’s demanding as you tee off through a narrow opening in the trees. Give it enough welly and you’ll land up with a tempting shot to the green, but beware!
With water to the left and bunkers guarding the front, the smart move might be to lay up and settle for a 5. Whatever you end up with, take a moment to admire the view back down the hole before you leave the green.
The 8th is the hardest hole on the course and the longest of all the par 4s. If the wind’s against you it’s a monster. You must be right on the button with your tee shot to give you a chance of hitting the green in two. Even then you have to steer a course between a lake to the right and a clutch of bunkers to the left. Get your par here and it will feel like a birdie.
The par 4 17th is a beautiful dogleg right and a chance of a birdie if you play it sensibly. Take a 3 or 5 wood off the tee and hug the left-hand side of the fairway to open up the green, leaving a shot of between 125 and 200 yards. The green is well protected with bunkers, and anything through the back will be in trouble, so club selection is important and you need to be wary of going for a backward pin position.
“Beautiful, well maintained course. The staff are all very pleasant and the coffee & bacon baps were great. Definitely worth braving the frost and cold for. Highly recommend playing here – my ball bounced out of the bunker and landed 2 feet away from the pin – couldn’t have played it better!” – S.T
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