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Hanbury Manor Country Club

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Hanbury Manor Golf Club boasts an 18-hole championship golf course that was initially designed as a nine-hole course by Harry Vardon, then later redesigned by Jack Nicklaus II with the 18-hole layout. This course is widely recognized as one of the best in England, offering challenging, exciting experiences no matter what the season.

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Hanbury Manor Golf Course

Feel history surround you at Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club with its stately 19th century Jacobean-style country house set on 200 acres of Hertfordshire parkland. The beautiful manor house began as a home to the Hanbury family and later became a Roman Catholic boarding school known as Poles Convent. The chapel with its original features now acts as the main banqueting hall known as Poles Hall.

As one of the premier golf courses near London and featured in the top 100 in the UK, Hanbury Manor provides an exciting experience for golfers of all skill levels. From the championship tees, the course measures 7,052 yards, and is a well-balanced par-72 course. The USGA greens and numerous tee boxes provide excellent surfaces and year-round playability. The course has played host to several tournaments, including the English Open and the European Senior Tour.

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